Athletics News

North Smithfield-Mount Saint Charles Co-op Football
2019 Division 4 State Champions

Mount Saint Charles Baseball
2019 Division 2 State Champions

Mount Saint Charles Student-Athletes of the Month
Meghan Valentine & Everett Misto

All High School Athletes trying out for a sport need the following documentation:

Updated Physical
RIIL Assumption of Risk Form (one per high school career)
Concussion Form (one per sports season)
MSC Sportsmanship Contract
Injury Clinic Form


Director of Athletics - Raymond Leveille
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Mount Saint Charles Academy has a strong tradition of athletic excellence and Mount pride has been instilled in generations of students from the first ice hockey teams of Brother Adelard, SC, the Father of Schoolboy Hockey in Rhode Island, through the newest additions in team sports to our athletic program.

Athletics at Mount Saint Charles Academy is an integral part of the formation of the whole child. We not only seek to form the physical strength, coordination, and skill of the child in his/her particular sport, but we also seek to form the foundations of character, perseverance, leadership, and teamwork in each child through his/her participation in athletic endeavors at Mount. For each season, there is at least one sport that is fully participatory at the high school and junior high level. 

Therefore, every single student who would like to participate in a sport in any given season has the opportunity to do so.

Mount Saint Charles is committed to promoting the Five Principles of Honorable Competition. Every season, team captains of each varsity sport are engaged in a conversation of what it means to honorably complete and each is given the mission of promoting such behavior among their teammates. Each captain is asked to briefly describe in writing examples of honorable competition that occur during the season. The writing and telling of these stories makes a difference in the sports culture of our school community.

Quick Facts
Athletics are offered at the junior high level (grades 6-8) and the high school level (grades 9-12), for both boys and girls. Mount Saint Charles is a member of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League (RIIL) and the Catholic Athletic League (CAL).

Please contact Henry Coleman with any questions or missing information regarding the Mount Saint Charles Academy Athletics website.


Weekly Schedule

Team Schedules Click Here

Week of 1/12-1/18
1/13 Varsity Girls Hockey at Adelard 4:35
1/13 JV Girls Basketball at MSC 4:45
1/13 Boys Track at PCTA 5:30
1/13 Varsity Girls Basketball at MSC 6:30
1/14 JV Boys Basketball at John Hope 5:30
1/14 Varsity Boys Basketball at John Hope 7:00
1/15 JV Girls Basketball at Shea 5:00
1/15 Varsity Boys Hockey at URI Boss Arena 6:00
1/15 Varsity Girls Basketball at Shea 6:30
1/16 JV Boys Basketball at MSC 4:45
1/16 Varsity Girls Hockey at Adelard 5:30
1/16 Girls Track at PCTA 5:30
1/16 Varsity Boys Basketball at MSC 6:30
1/17 Varsity Girls Hockey at Adelard 6:00
1/18 Varsity Boys Hockey at Thayer 7:30


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Redemption: NSCMSC wins program's first Super Bowl title

Camastro kick sends NSMSC back to Super Bowl

Tommy Terrific: Mount righty hurls 1-hitter to secure Division II title

Mount tops Barrington, 5-2, to clinch title

Madden takes girls basketball reins

Comeback Kids: Part 3, Mounties battle back to beat Barrington

Mounties rally past Eagles

Mount advances - MSC's Burke outduels Tolman's Kent in decider

Mounties top Tolman, will meet Barington at McCoy

Comeback Kids: Mount overcomes 5-run deficit vs Tolman

Pitcher perfect

Mounties advance

Misto hits walk-off homer

Rams sweep away Mounties

Lincoln advances past Mounties

Mounties crush Purple

NHL coach brings pro-level strength and conditioning
training to MSC athletic program
In the tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, we are a private, Catholic, college preparatory, 6th -12th grade academy committed to academic excellence, moral values, and well-rounded students. Our commitment to caring means that each and every student is known, valued, and treasured.