ISL/MAC Conference Championships

Our teams made Flint Hill proud last week at the ISL/MAC conference championships and turned in some historic performances for our athletes and our program. Highlights from the conference championships include: A solid set of performances at the boys’ JV MAC meet on Tuesday. There were personal bests and improvements coming from Micah Krasner, Cooper…

The Flint Hill Girls Varsity Basketball Team secured the ISL A Championship win!

Congratulations to the Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team on their first-round VISAA win vs. St. Catherines. We wish them the best of luck on their journey to a VISAA State Championship.

17th Annual Flint Hill Invitational

The Flint Hill Volleyball Team won the 17th Annual Flint Hill Invitational on 9/24. They defeated Trinity Christian, Broadneck and Jackson-Reed. Flint Hill then beat Norfolk Academy in the semifinals and Cox in the championship match Saturday. Flint Hill (15-0) has yet to drop a set this season. They are currently ranked #22 in the…

Winners of The Premier Tournament

The Flint Hill Volleyball team traveled to Tampa Florida to compete against some of Florida’s top ranked high school teams in the 30th Annual Premier Volleyball Tournament. The Huskies went undefeated without dropping a set to win the 14 team tournament. All-tournament team winners were Sydney Bryant, Renee Jones, and Ryla Jones.

Winter Sports Season Includes Multiple Championships

Success continued for our winter sports teams as the Huskies added more championships to the 2019-2020 school year. The Varsity Boys’ Basketball team won their third straight MAC Championship and again qualified for the VISAA State Tournament. The Huskies had one of the toughest schedules in the DMV and were led by a core group…

Huskies Enjoy a Successful Fall Season, Highlighted by Varsity Volleyball’s State Championship

Flint Hill’s athletic teams began the 2019-2020 school year with an exciting and outstanding fall season. The Varsity Volleyball team finished the season with a 31-1 overall record and a #1 ranking in the Washington Post All Met final poll. Led by All Met Player of the year Sydney Reed ‘20, the Huskies captured the…