Gianna Mendoza '20 was named SJ Mercury News Star of the Week after winning the Nike Invitational in Portland, Oregon. Congratulations, Gianna!
It's a great day to be a Panther!
Nearly half of all Presentation students participate in our athletics program, which has a rich tradition of excellence in the competitive West Catholic Athletic League. The Panthers have collected numerous WCAL and Central Coast Section championships. Presentation's exceptional program has produced Olympians, college stars and top-notch professional coaches. We are proud to be part of this school's dedication to teaching young women about leadership, initiative, self-discipline and teamwork.
Our student-athletes are stewards of the school mission and are active in giving back to the community. Please contact the Athletic Department Staff if you are interested in Presentation student-athletes volunteering with your organization.
The Presentation Panthers traded the warm 90 plus degree weather of California for the cold and rainy weather of Oregon this past weekend as they competed at the Nike Portland XC Invitational at Blue Lake Regional Park.
Congratulations to the following Pres Water Polo players who were named to the USA Water Polo Academic All-American Team:
Elise Buellesbach, Caroline Frida, Elise Mullen, Sarah Shaw
Congrats to Varsity Field Hockey Captain, Graciana Paxton for being named Cal Hi Sports and Lexus Stevens Creek Volunteer athlete! WATCH: Lexus Volunteer Athlete | Graciana Paxton Presentation from Field Hockey
WATCH: Presentation High School Volleyball team interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C53hSBpKLn8
Graciana Paxton '20 has been named to the Positive Coaching Alliance Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Finalist list.
Presentation High School is happy to announce that Jekara Wilson will be taking over as the new head coach of the Presentation Volleyball Program.
Gilroy, CA - The Presentation Panthers had a banner day at the 2019 Central Coast Section Finals. Senior Isabella Grant won the Pole Vault to earn her first CCS title. Although Grant and Lindsay Gigliello from Branham High School both cleared 12 feet and 6 inches, Grant earned first place by virtue of less misses throughout the competition. Grant, currently second in the CCS in the pole vault with a mark of 13 feet and 1 inch, will continue her season next week at the California Interscholastic Federation State Meet hosted by Buchanan High School before she heads to UCLA.
Presentation is hosting its annual Sports Physicals Night on Monday, May 20th from 6pm-9pm in the gym. If your daughter is interested in trying out for a sport or the dance team next year, this is a great opportunity at only $35 (cash or check).
Playing in the rugged West Catholic Athletic League, a sophomore keeper would figure to allow her share of goals. But that was not the case with Presentation's Lauren Zontos, who posted eight clean sheets, being named the WCAL co-Player of the Year in the process. Click here to read the full article.