Welcome to Frontier Athletics - Go Falcons!

  • Important Information
    NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT NCAA SIGNING DAY
    APRIL 17th 1pm High School Auditorium
     
    FALL START DATES
    JV/V August 19th
    Modified Football August 22nd
    All Modified August 26th

     
     
    The Frontier Boys Soccer Team poses for a picture.

    Frontier's Interscholastic Sports Program incorporates a varied and comprehensive athletic program for students in grades 7 through 12. In 2017-2018 Frontier athletes filled over 1,500 roster positions. The district offers 63 teams, led by 80 coaches.

    During the 2017-2018school year 26 of 28 varsity teams received the New York State Scholar Athlete Team Award which is based on academic and athletic excellence.
     

    Richard Gray, Director of HPER & Athletics

    Office: (716) 926-1710, Ext. 2460

    Email: rgray@frontiercsd.org

    Sandy Ver, Clerk Typist

    Office:  (716) 926-1704

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    Athletic Philosophy

    Interscholastic Athletics is an integral part of the total Frontier Falcon educational Experience.  We promote the development of a student-Athlete's self control, loyalty, leadership, teamwork perseverance and commitment.  Additionally, the concept of being on a team should allow the student/athlete opportunities to excel in the areas of humility and selflessness at the same time give the student/athlete a proud feeling of belonging.

    At the Modified and freshman levels winning is not the primary goal but to develop skills and play at a maximum ability level with maximum effort.  At the Junior Varsity and Varsity levels winning becomes more of a focus but never losing site of the idea that athletics should be fun and at the same time a great challenge.  To begin a season with the idea of "lets see how good we can get as a team" is the challenge goal for all levels. 

    Individual accomplishments by athletes are naturally gained and heightened when the team focus is maintained.  the real team accomplishments is not wins and losses but a unified goal of getting better and working hard week by week.  To be a true "Falcon" one must accept the team component and understand that no one player is above the standards set by the Athletic Department and Coaching Staff.

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