Our athletes are competitive, dedicated, and value sportsmanship. Whether you are new to a sport or a seasoned athlete, there are plenty of opportunities to compete as a Wildcat!
The Woodlands Academy Athletic Program promotes lifetime fitness and good health and supports interscholastic sports as vital to developing our students’ athletic skills and leadership abilities.
Our Athletic Program builds confidence and determination, a competitive spirit, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Woodlands Academy is a member of the Independent School League (ISL) and the Illinois High School Association (IHSA). Woodlands competes against both ISL and non-conference teams. Our Wildcat athletes and coaches have earned regional recognition through repeated ISL championships and Player and Coach of the Year honors.
Wildcats put up tough fight against North Shore. Hailey Denton (#1 SIngles) and Maddie Montez (#2 Singles) play incredibly close and exciting matches.
WOW - WHAT A WIN! Wildcats win 4-3 with three of the wins coming in 3rd set tie-breakers - doesn't get any more exciting than that!! Congrats to Maddie Montez and doubles teams Mia Ruck / Kaley Meister, Bree Roddy / Abby Hironimus and Delia Hernandez / Tate Reilly. on their clutch wins.
Tough loss against strong LFA squad. Hoping to rebound against Elgin on Weds.