Crofton House School proudly hosted the 2021-2022 AAA Varsity Girls Volleyball BC Provincial Championships in the Senior School Athletics Centre.
Our Approach to Athletics
A bond that spans grades, houses and sports–we are Crofton Falcons
Crofton House School’s strong athletics program is a blend of competitive spirit, teamwork and fun. Being physically active is an integral part of our whole-girl approach to education. Our girls learn much more than physical skills through their participation in athletics. They develop confidence, competence, and a sense of community and connection to their team and school. The experience of working towards a common goal teaches girls commitment, resilience and respect for others.
In the Senior School, there is an increased emphasis on competition and athletic ability. Girls learn and compete in specialized facilities and draw on the experience of dedicated and professional coaches. With more than half of Senior School girls participating in at least one sport, the Crofton Falcons have had outstanding successes in local, provincial and national sporting arenas. Our students have also been awarded athletic scholarships from notable post-secondary institutions in Canada and the United States.
CHS is a member of the Independent Schools Athletics Association (ISAA), Lower Mainland Independent Secondary School Athletic Association (LMISSAA) and BC School Sports (BCSS). CHS competes in all ISAA championships and Lower Mainland Independent Leagues to qualify for Zone and Provincial Championships. CHS upholds the BCSS constitution and complies with all bylaws.
- Fall: Cross-Country
- Fall: Field Hockey
- Fall: Volleyball
- Winter: Basketball
- Spring: Badminton
- Spring: Track & Field
- Spring: Soccer
- Spring: Rowing
- Spring: Tennis
Fall: Field Hockey
Spring: Track & Field
“With every sport, I feel like there are moments during competition or practice in which we win, lose, cry, laugh and sweat together—making core memories and contributing to a team is why I enjoy participating in CHS athletics, regardless of the outcome.”
Rogan ’25 | CHS Student
Junior School students dove into track and field season, with 145 Grade 3-7 students participating in training.
The Senior School Falcons hosted the 2022 ISAA Varsity Badminton Championships and were crowned tournament champions.