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Athletics at Wheeler

Visit our Wheeler Warriors site to stay up to date on all things athletics at Wheeler.


On the field, on the track, on the court, and in the pool… we are Warriors.


The stats say it all: 33 team championships in the last six years and multiple individual award winners every single year. Wheeler students show up ready to compete. Warriors spirit gets everyone up on their feet, ready to cheer our teams on to victory!


The Upper School athletic program is a member of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League and is comprised of teams for boys and girls in soccer, tennis, field hockey, cross country, basketball, squash, swimming, lacrosse, track & field, softball, baseball, and golf; and two cooperative teams: football and ice hockey. 


The Middle School athletic program provides students with the opportunity to compete in interscholastic athletics, offering 11 sports for boys and girls. 


As a nationally-recognized Safe Sports School (see block info below), we work together to ensure competition is rooted in safety and character. Wheeler is also one of the few Rhode Island schools with a full-time athletic trainer on its faculty with training facilities at both our Providence and Seekonk campuses.


Check out our Wheeler Warriors microsite here.

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