Canandaigua has a long standing tradition of excellence in Athletics that includes many League, Sectional, and State Championship teams.
The Canandaigua City School District offers a comprehensive, diversified Interscholastic Athletic program. We offer 30 different sport programs and 81 teams involving grades 7-12. There are over 1800 roster spots available to our students. Last year Canandaigua teams participated in over 1500 contests.
Our student athletes and coaches work together to create a positive environment designed to foster good sportsmanship and the development of character.
To check the sports calendar, click the gray button in the right column of this page for the most up-to-date schedules for all the Braves Interscholastic teams.
- Varsity & JV- November 11
- Mod. B Wrestling- November 25
- All other Modified Sports- November 18
- Varsity & JV- March 9
- All Modified Sports- March 30
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Canandaigua City School District's Interscholastic Athletic Department is to promote excellence in athletics as an integral part of our educational mission, creating a positive, balanced, atmosphere of sportsmanship, character, discipline, perseverance, team spirit and fun for students, coaches and our community.
The athletic program is an integral part of the overall educational program in the Canandaigua City School District. The program promotes a desire in our student body and community to take an active part in our sports program either as participants or spectators.
The aim of the program is to develop highly competitive athletes, but not to lose sight of educational values such as sportsmanship, health, scholastic attainment, etc.. The program is to occupy a position in the curriculum comparable to other subjects or activities and to aid in promoting school pride.
District & NYS Concussion Management Information
It is the policy and procedure of the Canandaigua School District to seek the safe return to play for all sick or injured athletes.
Recent research in sports-related concussion injuries has increased awareness in both the medical community and the general public. This valuable new knowledge forces us to rethink our approach to concussion recognition and management.