Emrie Holt ’24 and Ben Sanders ’23 both hit major career milestones during athletic competitions last week at EHS.
On the field, court, mat, green, track – EHS Knights STAND OUT. We’ve claimed 16 SPC championships over the past five school years (including back-to-back boys’ soccer and baseball wins and a historic girls’ golf title). No wonder our student athletes go on to play for the MLB, NFL, and Division I college teams around the country. On top of that, they’re champs in the classroom: You’ll find former Knights at top schools like Harvard, Howard, Brown, and more.
There's a champion inside. SET IT FREE.
From August two-a-days to the afternoons of early November, Knights compete in five fall sports–Cheer, Cross Country Football, Field Hockey, and Volleyball.
The only season to span two different semesters, the winter offers five possibilities–Basketball, Cheer, Soccer, Swimming, and Wrestling.
In the warming months of spring, Knights participate in six different sports–Baseball, Golf, Lacrosse, Softball, Tennis, and Track and Field.
At EHS, we believe in developing the whole person. Whether training for our championship sports teams, chasing personal records in the weight room, or developing and maintaining lifelong physical activity, all our students participate in physical education, health and wellness, and strength and conditioning classes through our Wellness program. Here, you’ll learn what it takes to lead a healthy life.
Live well to STAND OUT.
The EHS Girls Volleyball team was well represented in the Houston Chronicle Private School Fall Girls Volleyball awards selections.
EHS cross country coach Julius Michael was recently honored by the Houston Chronicle as the Private School Cross Country Coach of the Year. Madison Morgan ’25 was named Private School Girls Runner of the Year.
The EHS athletic pillar is pleased to announce the fall season team and conference award winners.
Nearly 90% of our students participate in athletics. We have the amazing opportunity to help our students develop character through the trials of athletic endeavors – the wonderful victories and difficult defeats are all learning moments.
Director of Athletics