Cincinnati Country Day School’s Athletic Department is dedicated to providing opportunities for each student-athlete to achieve their athletic, academic, personal, and social potential in support of the five core values of the School’s mission.

All department goals, principles, and policies have been created in an effort to make the mission statement a true focus in the everyday life of the Cincinnati Country Day School student-athlete.

Three-season participation on interscholastic teams is required of students in grades 7-8 in lieu of physical education classes. While Upper School students may choose physical education options, it is notable that 85% of Upper School students participate in an individual or group sport, thus evidencing that athletics is a key part of everyday life at CCDS.The Upper School sports offerings, by season, are:




Cross-Country (B & G)

Basketball (B & G)




Lacrosse (B & G)

Golf  (B & G)



Soccer (B & G)

Swimming (B & G)


Tennis (G)


Tennis (B)

Volleyball (G)


Track (B & G)

B=boys G=Girls

For more information contact:

Chris Milmoe, Athletic Director, at (513) 979-0246 or

Greg Ross, Associate Athletic Director, Upper School, at (513) 979-0235 or

Brady Brandt, Associate Athletic Director, Middle School and Youth Sports, at (513) 979-0326 or

Country Day is a member of the Miami Valley Conference (MVC).

Recent Scores

From Friday, December 12 thru Friday, December 19

Sun Dec 14
Basketball Boys (Middle School C)XN\A
Glen Este (Kinney)X
Sat Dec 13
Basketball Girls (Varsity)44Win
Clark Montessori27
Basketball Girls (Junior Varsity)Canc.
Clark Montessori
Wrestling Boys (Middle School)XN\A
Batavia InvitationalX
Fri Dec 12
Basketball Boys (Varsity)54Loss
Cincinnati Christian School62More
Basketball Boys (Junior Varsity)43Win
Cincinnati Christian School40More
Basketball Boys (Freshman)Canc.
Cincinnati Christian - CANCELLED
Wrestling Boys (Varsity)7thN\A
Ryle (Ky.) Invitationalplace
Basketball Girls (Middle School B)XN\A
Clark MontessoriX

CCDS offers every student the opportunity to participate in athletics, and I've found that the presence of players encouraged by the no-cut policy enriches the team experience."

Allie '15