NHS - TBD
    NMS - TBD

    Fall Start Dates

    High School Football - August 24, 2024, All Other High School Sports - August 26, 2024.  Middle School Athletics Start Date - First Week of School

    Fall Physical Dates - TBD

    Winter Start Dates

    High School - November 18th, 2024, Middle School - December 2, 2024

    Winter Physical Dates - TBD

    Spring Start Dates

    High School - March 18th, 2025 Middle School  March 25th, 2025

    Spring Physical Dates -TBD

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    NHS - Wednesday June 7th from 1:30PM to 3:30PM
    NMS - Wednesday June 14th from 2:45PM to 4:45PM

    Fall Start Dates

    High School Football - August 19, 2023, All Other High School Sports - August 21, 2023.  Middle School Athletics Start Date - September 6, 2023

    Fall Physical Dates

    Friday September 15th Nyack HS  from 1:30PM to 3:30PM NMS 3:30

    Winter Start Dates

    High School - November 13th, 2023, Middle School - November 27th, 2023

    Winter Physical Dates

    NHS Sports Physicals: Friday November 3rd from 1:30PM to 3:30PM.
    NMS Sports Physicals:  Friday November 17th  from 2:45PM to 4:45PM

    Spring Start Dates

    High School - March 11th, 2024 Middle School  March 18th, 2024

    Spring Physical Dates

    SPRING: [Sports begin: HS 3/11/24; MS 3/18/24]
    NHS Sport Physicals:  Friday March 8th   1:30PM to 3:30PM 
    NMS Sports Physicals: Wednesday, March 13th 2:45PM to 4:45PM (jives w/ sports season start dates; this one MUST remain a Wednesday because Friday March 15th is a Superintendent's Conference Day so kids won't be in school.
    NHS Sport Physicals: Wednesday, May 29th 1:30PM to 3:30PM (can't do the Friday due to Memorial Day Weekend)
    NMS Sports Physicals:  Friday June 7th  2:45PM to 4:45PM 
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  • Congratulations to our Class of 2023 Hall of Fame Inductees

    Ceremony is November 9th, 2023 at Nyack Seaport.  Contact the athletic office at 845-353-7136 for ticket information.

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  • Dominic Murray Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act

    Dear Parents and Guardians of Student Athletes,

    The New York State Education Department (NYSED) has recently adopted the Dominic Murray Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act. This law requires schools, students and parents/guardians to have information on sudden cardiac arrest risks, signs and symptoms.

    In order for the Nyack Public School District to comply with this act, we have added NYSED’s Interval Health History for Athletic questionnaire to our online registration process.. This questionnaire is intended to gather required information regarding your child’s heart health and your family health history as to decrease any chance of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in our students. We ask that you please read and fill out this detailed questionnaire very carefully.

    The Interval Health History for Athletics must be completed and signed by a parent/guardian before each sports season. School personnel may require a student with health or health history changes to see a healthcare provider before participating in athletics.

    As required by law, any student who has signs or symptoms of pending SCA must be removed from athletic activity until seen by a physician. The physician must provide written clearance to the school for the student to be able to return to athletics.

    Please note that sudden cardiac arrest in children and young adults is rare. Although it can be triggered in students at risk by athletic activities, the incidence of Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) on the playing field is 0.61 in 100,000.

    Unfortunately, a number of personal risk factors may lead to a higher risk of occurrence — including the use of performance enhancing supplements, diet pills, energy drinks or recreational stimulant drugs such as cocaine or inhalants; high blood pressure/cholesterol or a personal history of heart issues.

    A family history of heart complications, syndromes or disease in any family member — immediate or extended — may also be a major risk factor.

    Signs or symptoms of SCA include fainting or seizures, especially while experiencing a heightened heart rate; irregular heartbeat, racing heart or heart palpitations; or chest pain, excessive shortness of breath, dizziness, lightheadedness or extreme fatigue all while during exercise.

    Please contact the NYSED Office of Student Support Services for questions at or 518-486-6090.

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  • Message From Varsity Coaching Staff

    Our Coaches Miss You:

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  • Athletic Schedule

    Click Here for Athletic Schedule

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  • Nyack High School Recognized by LoHud as Best Athletic Venue in the Lower Hudson Valley

    Thank you to all those who made this a reality.  Click here for more info.

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Welcome to Athletics, Health & Wellness

Health Education and Physical Education are essential for effective learning. The health education and physical education departments are committed to the vision of providing instruction that promotes and develops a healthy lifestyle. We believe in giving students a realistic chance of successfully managing the challenges of growing, learning and developing:

    -- By recognizing and fostering the fundamental value of wellness as an integrated school, parent and community approach for enhancing the health of our students.

    -- By enabling students to participate in a variety of lifetime activities to promote personal health, fitness and wellness.

     -- By empowering students to become active partners in their own development of health-enhancing skills, personal skills, intrapersonal skills, interpersonal skills and life skills.

The primary goal of the athletics department is to support the academic mission of the District. Our vision is to enrich the mental, physical and emotional well-being of all students by providing competitive opportunities in which the lifelong values of sportsmanship, individual effort, team work, integrity, character, civility, citizenship, and competence are emphasized.

Joe Sigillo        

Director of Phys. Ed., Health, Wellness & Athletics                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     


Office: 845-353-7135     Fax: 845-353-7137



Athletics News


Nyack HS Earns NYSPHSAA Program of Excellence Distinction For Fifth Consecutive Year

To be eligible for this honor, a school must have 75% of their varsity teams receive the Scholar-Athlete Team Award.  The following teams received this honor (90%):


Girls Basketball

Boys Bowling

Girls Bowling

Boys Cross Country

Girls Cross Country

Boys Fencing

Girls Fencing

Field Hockey


Boys Golf

Girls Golf

Boys Ice Hockey

Girls Ice Hockey

Boys Lacrosse

Girls Lacrosse

Boys Skiing

Girls Skiing

Boys Soccer

Girls Soccer


Boys Swimming'

Girls Swimming

Boys Tennis

Girls Tennis

Boys Indoor Track

Girls Indoor Track

Boys Outdoor Track

Girls Outdoor Track

Girls Volleyball



Nyack High School Athletics Hall of Fame

Please Click Here for Information Regarding our Athletics' Hall of Fame