The Gregory School Athletics Department is excited to announce our membership in the National Federation of State High School Associations’ Network School Broadcast Program.
Through the NFHS Network, family members and friends can keep up with our Upper School basketball and volleyball teams and cheer on their favorite Hawks on any device, from wherever they are. “Allowing NFHS to live stream our games brings families that live out of town into our community,” Athletic Director Angela Earnhart said.
As an added benefit, NFHS records the streamed games. “This allows coaches to use game film from the broadcast so players can get their stats and rewatch game footage to help performance,” Coach Earnhart said.
“As a TGS family with grandparents and many other family members out of town (on top of our own frequent business travel), we are so excited to stay in touch with TGS sports, even when we can’t be in the building,” Frank Stagg, parent of two Upper School athletes, said. “I’m also sure many of our alumni would love to catch up by watching a TGS sporting event. It’s another way to grow and strengthen our amazing TGS community.”
To follow The Gregory School, go to nfhsnetwork.com and enter “The Gregory School” in the search bar at the top of the screen. This will take you to the TGS page, which will display any live games as well as a schedule of upcoming events.
The Network is subscription-based at $11.99 per month. Subscriptions also provide access to recordings of past games. All NFHS Network events are available to watch online at NFHSnetwork.com and through the NFHS Network Mobile Apps for iOS and Android and TV Apps for ROKU, Amazon Fire, Google TV and Apple TV.
"I love teaching at TGS because we can teach to the students' needs. Being able to team-teach a Sports and Conditioning class and tailor workouts to fit our athletes' needs isn't something that you find at every school. We have the ability to be creative in our P.E. games and focus on the activities that students enjoy, not to mention that we are able to leave campus and go on bike rides! There is no place I'd rather teach!"
Angela Earnhart received her B.A. from the University of Arizona. She joined The Gregory School faculty in 2015.