Athletics at Bishop’s is first a teaching arena, where team play reflects our fundamental standard – emphasizing integrity, honor and respect for others – and where participation is a measure of pride. Sixty percent of Bishop's students are involved in our athletic programs. Bishop's Middle School offers 19 teams and the upper school has 40 teams.
At all levels, faculty-coaches set the tone, fostering a love for fitness, joy in the challenge and teams that turn synergy into championship athletics. We recognize the courage it takes to step up to that first at-bat. We honor fair play. And we applaud athletes who gracefully balance sports with academics and their many other obligations throughout the day.
Former Knight Kameron Jones '16 continues to tear up the track at the University of Maryland. This year, he has broken two Maryland indoor track records and came close to nailing a third. How many Bishop’s grads get to take part in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Sweet Sixteen? The answer is one: Knight extraordinaire, Destiny Littleton.
Bishop’s softball team undefeated in the Mountain View Christian School (MVCS) Spring Slam Tournament on March 16 and 17, winning all four games by over 10 runs and garnering the tournament championship.
The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college-preparatory day school for students in grades six through twelve who live throughout San Diego County. Founded in 1909, the School is affiliated with the Episcopal church.