Download the updated Athletic Health and Safety Plan (rev. 10-05-20). This document provides recommendations for reopening of our athletic program during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The intention of these recommendations is to keep our student athletes, coaches, and community safe.

Competitive sports enhance the physical growth and development of the participants, as well as the qualities so necessary to compete at a high level – grit and resilience.

Villa Maria has a long history of championship teams at the league, district and state levels. When a student becomes a Hurricane, she becomes part of one of the greatest high school athletic traditions in the area.

Villa offers 14 varsity sports. Over 65% of our students participate in athletics.

Rooted in the IHM charism of fidelity, creative hope, and love, Villa Maria Academy is dedicated to the full growth of the whole person and athletics can play a significant role in this commitment.

The athletic program enhances school spirit while teaching both athlete and spectator the value of fair competition and good sportsmanship. There is a strong commitment to winning, but an even greater commitment to student athletes’ ability to build confidence and character.

Villa Maria Academy is a member of the AACA (Athletic Association of the Catholic Academies), which is governed by the PIAA (Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association). The Hurricanes are in PIAA District 1. With this in mind, student athletes need to establish priorities that reflect the Villa Maria/PIAA philosophies.

Director of Athletics

Ms. Stephanie Taylor
Ext.: 1056

B.A. Religious Studies
College of the Holy Cross

M.A. Theology
University of Chicago

M.S Sport Management
Neumann University