PSAL Athletics

A Message from Our PSAL Co-Athletic Director

Joining a PSAL sports team is a great way to not only connect with the campus community and other students, but also challenge oneself to develop physically, mentally, and academically.  Throughout the academic year, we offer a variety of sports during the Fall, Winter, and Spring seasons listed below.  Even if you have never participated in an organized team sport, you are more than welcome to tryout or join, as all campus students are encouraged to be a part of a sports team.

Please, be sure to review the PSAL Student-Athlete Eligibility Rules and Regulations and, if interested, complete the Medical Form and Consent Form.

At the Christopher Columbus Campus, our PSAL Team is comprised of Julie Nariman (PSAL Principal, HSLI), Kimberlee Davidson (Co-Athletic Director, PPA), Jason Renick (Co-Athletic Director, HSLI), and Nancy Scotto (PSAL Secretary, PPA).  If you have any questions or general interest in participating in PSAL sports, please, do not hesitate to reach out.

--- Kimberlee Davidson, Assistant Principal & Co-Athletic Director



The health and safety of our scholar-athletes and all 1.1 million New York City public school students is our top priority.

Yesterday, Mayor de Blasio announced that in response to the evolving coronavirus situation, and in line with recent city guidance and announcements, all Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) activities, including games, practices, try-outs and special events are suspended, effective immediately.  We will update you with more information as it becomes  available from our partners at the Office of School Health.

We are handling this situation with the utmost seriousness, and are following all protocols.  Nothing matters more than the health and safety of our school communities-please keep an eye out for further updates from the PSAL team, and do not hesitate to reach out with any questions.  For more information about COVID-19, please review the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s “Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19): What You Need to Know” fact sheet, and please visit at any time for critical updates, including ways to fight stigma and bias around the coronavirus.

We appreciate your understanding at this difficult time and apologize for the inconvenience to all of our scholar-athletes, who we know work so hard and are so dedicated.  They deserve an athletic league that keeps their best interests at the forefront, which we will strive to do throughout this process.


Congrats to the 2018-19 Softball Champs!