St. Hilda’s Turf Field is used for field hockey, lacrosse, and soccer competitions, is 90 yards wide and rests on the shore of the Narragansett Bay.
The Abbey rink has the unofficial reputation as the coldest rink in Rhode Island which makes for consistently silky-smooth ice and fast-paced play.
This 17,000-square-foot, central air-conditioned facility includes a state-of-the-art fitness room with mirrored wall, free-weights, circuit machines, cardio equipment, and surround sound. Boasting three exterior glass walls overlooking playing fields and the bay, inspiration is a glance away. The facility also boasts seven international squash courts, one combination international squash/racquetball court, and comfortable places to socialize and relax.
Baseball and softball players benefit from our meticulously-maintained fields, just off the path on our lower campus.
Our 400-meter, all-weather outdoor track includes two long-jump pits and space for javelin, pole vault, high jump, and more. We also have beautiful cross-country trails that wind throughout our 525-acre campus.
Our natural grass football field on the north end of campus is enveloped comfortably by a six-lane all-weather 400 meter track. The hillside to the south offers spectators commanding views of both venues along with spectacular vistas of the New England foliage that abounds in the distance.
Located in the heart of campus, this complex contains two basketball courts, the original upper gym sings with character featuring gleaming hardwood floors while the lower gym offers a large, multipurpose surface floor suitable for hosting volleyball, indoor soccer or lacrosse and other activities. Also included in the building is a training room, a dedicated wrestling room, a dedicated dance studio and locker rooms.
Our 525-acre campus on the shores of the Narragansett Bay offers multiple fields for soccer, lacrosse, volleyball, softball, baseball, football, track and field as well as supporting many recreational endeavors.
Our campus boasts six hard-surface tennis courts with the benefit of a beautiful sea breeze from Narragansett Bay. The courts are in use both in the fall and in the spring, ensuring that the beautiful mild weather is appreciated by all players and spectators.
Girls' and boys' tennis teams practice and play on these courts, nestled near Manor House - and close to the Del's Lemonade trucks that come by on certain game days!
The Equestrian Center at Narragansett Bay Club provides an opportunity for students to experience and enjoy the sport and care of horses. This state-of-the-art facility is operated by certified instructors and features grass turnout paddocks, outdoor jumping course and year-round, indoor riding ring.
Our sailing Ravens and their fleet of twelve 420s, launch from the historic Bristol Yacht Club on Narragansett Bay, just a few miles from campus.