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SVSU Antiracism Statement

"As a collective leadership team, SVSU will not accept the perpetuation of the status quo, and we will seek to grow in our understanding and confrontation of passive and active racism, sexism, classism, heteronormativism, ableism, and any other bias holding one group in a higher power than another."

Spring Sports Update

The Vermont Principal's Association has cancelled the spring sports season due to COVID-19.

Frost named Academic All-American

Mount Anthony senior wrestler Adam Frost was named as one of 90 Academic All-Americans by the National High School Coaches Association.

Sam Wilkins, Keegan Coon named All-Americans

Mount Anthony wrestlers Keegan Coon and Sam Wilkins have been named as All-American honorable mention recipients for their stellar performances on the mat during the 2019-2020 season.
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Our Philosophy

At Mt. Anthony Union MS/HS we understand and appreciate the importance of athletics in the overall education of our student-athletes. Experiences teach values such as hard work, commitment, leadership, discipline, teamwork, and physical fitness, all within a framework of academic excellence. Participation contributes to the physical, emotional and social health of our students, and promotes a sense of unity and cooperation among athletes, the student body and the larger school community. MAU has a tradition of success as measured by wins and championships, and winning is a natural goal. Our teams will strive to win, but emphasis will be placed on effort, improvement, respect for coaches, teammates, opponents, and officials, and learning to win graciously and lose with dignity. Winning is emphasized more strongly at the varsity level, but never at the expense of healthy attitudes, values, and perspective. At subvarsity levels, winning remains a goal, but is subordinate to participation and skill development.
Above all, we want all of our athletes to have a rewarding and enjoyable experience

At A Glance

  • 26 Varsity Sports
  • 70% of the overall student body plays at least one sport
  • 102 state championships
  • 67% of student athletes make the honor roll