Michael Linquata ’20, rower, Student at Yale University

Being a part of Prep Athletics taught me to train and work hard while preparing me to succeed in and out of my sport.”
The Philosophy of "mens sana in corpore sano" -- "a healthy mind in a healthy body"-- has long been a part of Prep education. Preppers strive for excellence in athletics as well as academics. In striving for success, the members of the Prep coaching staff endeavor to instill the qualities of leadership, loyalty, and sportsmanship. The student athlete learns to cope with winning and losing; to be humble in victory, proud in defeat.
St. Joseph's Prep is a member of the Philadelphia Catholic League and District XII of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association.

Athletics at the Prep


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  • Can I play multiple sports?

    Yes. Not only are you allowed but our student-athletes are encouraged to play multiple sports at the Prep. More than 60 student-athletes currently participate in two or more sports.
  • Do all sport teams have cuts?

    No…actually, only a few do. The following sports have no cuts: Bowling, Crew, Cross Country, Football, Ice Hockey, Indoor/Outdoor Track, Rugby, Squash, Swimming, Ultimate, Volleyball and Wrestling.

School Fight Song

Swing on along with the Crimson
Swing on along with the Gray
Roll up the score once again
For St. Joe's Prep
With a hip, hip, hip hooray!

The game is ours for the winning
The day is dark for the foe
So fight team fight
And we'll bring home tonight
A victory for old St. Joe!

Sports Physicals