The Villanova Athletic program believes strongly in the ideal of “Pursuing Victory with Honor.” The commitment to hard work, dedication to team, respect for all, and the embracing of good sportsmanship are cornerstones of the program. Our coaches, players, parents, and fans are expected to display these qualities at all times. Wildcat Athletics are guided by the belief that faith and community must come first and that participation in athletics must be accompanied by excellence in the classroom. The Athletic Program also believes in the value of competition and the life lessons that are learned as a result of participation in a competitive program. The goal of the Villanova Athletic Programs is that all scholar-athletes who participate in our program develop life skills that include: the ability to work with others effectively, the ability to lead others in a positive manner, the ability to perform at his/her best in competitive situations, the ability to enjoy athletic activities, and the ability to develop a personal lifetime fitness philosophy.
The Villanova Athletic Program offers multiple sports during all three sport seasons. The majority of the students participates in at least one sport, with many participating in two or more over the course of the school year.
Congratulations to the Villanova Athletic Department for winning the 2012-13 Frontier League Sportsmanship Award.
Villanova Prep has won the 2013 CIF Southern Section Small School Team Academic Championship in Girl's Tennis and Boy's Water Polo. The Girl's Tennis GPA was 3.92 and the Boy's Swimming was 3.8. They also finished the top 10 in these sports: girls basketball (2nd), boys track (3rd), boys soccer and swim (5th), softball (8th), girls soccer (9th), and girls volleyball (10th).
For information, please contact our Athletic Director Jon Wyers.
The Members of the Corporation invite applications for President of Villanova Preparatory School.
Join us on Saturday, Nov. 2nd at 12:30 pm for a BBQ lunch on the covered dining patio before the Homecoming Football Game at 2pm. Tickets are $20 with proceeds to athletics.
The new online Wildcat Spirit Store is up and running.
Wildcat footballl opens on Saturday at home. Gametime is 2 pm. Please join us.
Villanova is hosting a homecoming on Saturday, November 2nd, starting at 2 pm.
100 percent of the class of 2013 is going to colleges and universities which include: Air Force Academy, Boston University, Brandeis, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Claremont McKenna, Cornell, Emory, Georgetown,Gonzaga, FIDM, U. Illinois Champaign-Urbana, Le Tourneau Univ., Loyola Marymount University, McGill, Merrimack, Rensselaer, Rochester, Rutgers, Santa Clara, Smith College, Stanford, Syracuse,Univrsity of Oregon, Universityof Georgia, University of Alabama, Sierra Nevada University, SBCC, Point Loma, Michigan State, Syracuse, Univ. of British Columbia, Pace, University of Colorado, University of Delaware, Humboldt State, Univer. of San Francisco, SDSU, Thomas Aquinas, USC, Concordia,University of Chicago, Villanova University, University of California: Los Angeles, San Diego, Irvine, and Santa Cruz.