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Pottstown High School Athletic Department 

750 N. Washington Street
Pottstown, PA 19464
Phone: (610) 970-6700
Fax: (610) 970-1363

 Justin Baker ATC
Director of Co-Curricular Activities 

 Karissa Zechman
Administrative Assistant   

Pottstown Sports Teams News


June Physicals

June Physicals at the high school gymnasium June 5 & 6th .
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Trojan Student Athletes Earn Winter Conference Honors

Trojan Proud of our Winter sports student athletes.They have made every second count and their hard work has paid off.
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Trojan Girls Pin Their Way To States

Congratulations to members of the Pottstown High School wrestling team who competed in the Eastern Regional Championships.
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Homecoming Game

Friday at 7:00 pm, come and watch the Pottstown Trojans play Upper Perk for PSD's homecoming game.
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Our Activities

Co-curricular activities, both athletic and non-athletic, are integral to the academic program and support the educational mission. They assist in the goal of teaching students to be responsible and fulfilled human beings with opportunities that develop character, critical thinking, social skills, and talents. Co-curricular activities provide students with a network of peers and adults who have interests and talents similar to their own. Students who participate have a chance to excel individually, be part of a group, and gain real life lessons about the importance of teamwork, responsibility, commitment, and hard work.

Participation in activities gives students the opportunity to experience commitment building by developing skills and creating aspirations and providing rewarding experiences that strengthen a person’s commitment to conventional institutions such as school and career pathways. Co-curricular activities provide students the opportunity for a sense of membership and belonging. They are an extension of a good educational program and support the academic mission. Students who participate in activities and programs tend to have higher grade point averages, better attendance records, lower dropout rates, and fewer discipline problems than students who do not participate.

Not only do students do better academically, but they also have the opportunity to develop their personalities in the process. Self-esteem, self-confidence, social cooperation, and leadership skills are a few of the benefits gained by participation in co-curricular activities.


ATHLETICS (grades 9-12)
Fall Sports:
Football, Girls’ Tennis, Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ Soccer, Golf, Cross Country, and Cheerleading
Winter Sports:
Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Cheerleading, and Wrestling
Spring Sports:
Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, Boys’ Tennis and Boys’ and Girls’ Track
• Art Club
• Stage Crew
• Key Club
• Spanish Club
National Honor Society
• National Technical Honors Society
• Student Ambassadors
• Peer Mediation

• Marching Band
• Show Choir Bell Choir
• Mixed Ensemble
• Tri-County Honors Choir

• HOSA (Health Occupations Society of America)
• FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America)
• DECA (An Association of Marketing Students)
• Student Government

• National Honor Society
• National Technical Honor Society
• Reading Olympics

• Troiad Yearbook
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