Parents are invited to spend a morning exploring the hills of Nido with Outdoor Education Coordinator Zack Beaty. Get inspired about one of the main tenants that makes a Nido education special—the commitment to hands-on, experiential learning and the Outdoor Education program. Take in the beauty of Nido's surrounding land while learning about the exciting future of the Outdoor Education program and building community with other parents.
Middle School Athletics
The Interscholastic Athletics program consists of all competitive MS sports which require training multiple days per week. While there is competition, there are no “cuts,” meaning that all MS students who wish to play a particular sport have an opportunity to do so. Coaches focus on skill development, attitude, effort, and participation, as well as nutrition and wellness.
The Nido Community is invited to participate in the Aquatics Center's Recreational Swimming OPEN HOUSE WEEK from Monday, March 6th to Saturday, March 11th. During this week all Nido community members will be permitted to participate in any and all pool activities at NO COST!
Information on the 2nd season of Middle School athletics is now available for students interested in soccer, track & field, volleyball, cheer & dance, swimming, and water polo.
Please see the updated summer and holiday hours for the Aquatics Center.
The entire Nido community is invited to come and walk (or run) the upper oval track to support those who have touched us by their struggle with cancer and celebrate those who have survived on Friday, December 2 at 8pm at the Upper Oval Track
A big congratulations to the Nido Eagle Rays who competed in the 2016 SAAC Swimming tournament this past weekend, hosted by the Nido de Aguilas Aquatics Center.