Sports is an integral part of life at UWCSEA, and we try to cater for a wide variety of interests and levels of performance. Details for the sports, seasons and training commitment are provided on this site.
The sports teams are mainly selected after a series of try-outs at the beginning of the season and, because of the high level of demand, multiple teams are often run in each sport and age group.
Junior School Sports
Junior School Teams
Junior School Teams (11 & Under - Grade 5 and below) are non-selective and as such all students are accepted to play. The College runs A and B teams (and sometimes C) at Junior School level. Students are fitted into the appropriate team during the first session of the season. Registration is via the online activity sign-up process. Tennis is an exception; due to the nature of the game, the College holds trials and those who are not able to sustain a game are assigned to a development group.
Junior School Sports Development
To complement the School team programme the College runs an extensive range of non-team opportunities for Junior School students to develop their ability and to engage in healthy sporting activity and recreation. Registration for these is via the online activity system.
Middle School Sports
Middle School Sports Teams
Middle School Teams (Grade 6 - 12 & Under and Grades 7&8 - 14&U) are selective. Students are required to attend trials at the beginning of each season. Details of the trials for all Middle School Teams are under 'How to Get Involved', on this site.
Middle School Sports Development
To complement the School team programme the College runs an extensive range of non-team opportunities for Middle School students to develop their ability and to engage in healthy sporting activity and recreation. Viewing and registration for these sports activities are via the online activity system.
High School representative teams
Students in Grades 9 and above (16&U and 19&U) can try-out and play in a number of representative team sports. Details for the sports, seasons and training commitment are provided on this site. All sign-up information is provided online while the day-to-day communication is via the portals and the sports notice boards outside the Senior Sports Hall on Dover Campus.
Organisation of the programme is carried out by the PE and Sports Office aided by an Athletics Director and two sports coordinators.
We also actively support a wide variety of community-based sports programmes for a range of age groups on the weekend, which make use of the campus facilities.