The Girls’ Hockey program at Northwood School prides itself on developing skilled high school hockey players, serious students, and good citizens.
The Northwood Girls' Hockey program is focused on each player's development over the course of their career at Northwood. With a practice to game ratio of 2:1, players have the opportunity to improve every day in high-intensity practices and competition against some of the best teams in North America.
The Girls’ Hockey team plays a 45-50 game schedule, competing against other prep schools, junior programs and club teams. The team is a member of the North American Prep Hockey Association (NAPHA) and also competes as a USA Hockey 19U Tier-I tournament-bound team.
Northwood Girls' Hockey has had success on the ice against other prep schools and club teams throughout the years and its alumnae have enjoyed impressive playing careers at the university, professional, and international level.
Attending Northwood and being a part of the Girls' Hockey Program is a unique opportunity. The team trains at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid and utilizes the fitness center on Northwood's campus for off-ice workouts. Northwood offers students a chance to pursue their goals on the ice at the highest level while also having a challenging, supportive, and personalized academic experience.