Athletics at Church Farm School

Athletics are an integral part of the Church Farm School curriculum, with benefits that are both immediate and enduring.
Spectator Protocols: 
Church Farm School requires all spectators to be fully vaccinated when entering indoor events.   
  • All spectators MUST provide a valid COVID vaccination card prior to entering the game. Spectators WILL NOT be admitted without a valid vaccination card.  
Live Stream
We encourage all fans (home and away) to view contests via the CFS Athletics YouTube livestream.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a member of the athletic department.
Suni Blackwell, Director of Athletics:
Tom Johnstone, Assistant Director of Athletics:
Our outstanding coaching staff, consisting primarily of academic and residential faculty, serve as teachers and mentors for our boys, working closely with our student-athletes to pursue excellence while developing leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork and an appreciation for lifelong fitness

Since athletic participation is a required part of the CFS experience, we provide a diverse selection of competitive, developmental and recreational options. Whether a student is a varsity-level athlete or a beginner, we offer programs that are both challenging and rewarding. CFS fields multiple levels of competitive teams, listed below, well as non-competitive options such as intramural sports and strength and conditioning. We have four soccer fields, six tennis courts, a running track, a basketball gym and a multi-purpose field house used for wrestling, basketball and much more.

Every student at Church Farm School, regardless of experience, will find a team where they are able to explore interests and gain confidence and skills that will serve them well throughout the rest of their lives. Go Griffins!

List of 3 items.

  • Athletic Requirements

    All CFS students are required to participate on interscholastic teams a minimum of two seasons each year. The third season may be spent on an interscholastic team, as a manager or with an afterschool club. Club options may vary by year. Seniors who are unable to participate on two interscholastic teams due to roster limits may apply for a waiver of the two-season rule with the Director of Athletics.

    Students must attend all team practices and competitions, including Friday afternoon and weekend obligations. Any student choosing to take part in a non-school program (evenings or weekends) must still attend all Church Farm School practices and contests. Interscholastic athletes are subject to all PIAA eligibility rules.
  • Levels of Interscholastic Play

    Church Farm School offers varsity and junior varsity for all sports; basketball also includes JV B and Freshman teams. 
  • Sports and Club Offerings


    Soccer: Varsity, JV and JV B Cross Country: Varsity and JV Golf: Varsity and JV
    Club Options: Strength/Fitness, Community Service, Career Experience, Team Sports, Theatre


    Basketball: Varsity, JV, JV B and 9th Grade Wrestling: Varsity and JV
    Winter Track: Varsity Bowling: Varsity and JV
    Club Options: STEAM, Strength/Fitness, Community Service, Robotics


    Baseball: Varsity and JV Tennis: Varsity and JV
    Track & Field: Varsity and JV Lacrosse: Varsity and JV
    Club Options: Strength/Fitness, Community Service and Team Sports


List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Suni Blackwell

    Suni Blackwell 

    Director of Athletics
  • Photo of Thomas Johnstone

    Thomas Johnstone 

    History Teacher/Assistant Athletic Director
  • Joseph Bentivoglio 

    Athletic Trainer
The Church Farm School is an independent boarding and day school for boys in grades 9-12 located in Exton, PA. Founded in 1918 to provide an excellent education to young men from limited means, Church Farm School now serves boys from a range of socio-economic circumstances who are seeking an extraordinary educational opportunity. The school offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum and an exceptional level of personal attention, with class sizes averaging between just 7 and 12 students.