Independent School League (Washington, D.C. area)

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The Independent School League or ISL is a group of seventeen preparatory schools located in the Washington metropolitan area of the United States that compete with each other athletically. Schools are noted for their academic rigor and traditional rivalries. All competitors in the ISL are girls, but not all schools are "all-girls" schools. The league is broken into two divisions: A and AA.[1] The schools which compete in each division vary by sport.

Independent School League schools include:

Traditional Rivalries[edit]

  • Episcopal versus St. Stephen's and St. Agnes (1944–Present)
  • The Madeira School versus Foxcroft
  • Stone Ridge versus Visitation
  • Holton-Arms School versus Madeira
  • National Cathedral versus Holton-Arms
  • National Cathedral versus Sidwell Friends
  • National Cathedral versus St. Agnes
  • National Cathedral versus Visitation
  • The Potomac School versus Flint Hill
  • The Potomac School versus National Cathedral
  • Georgetown Day School versus Sidwell Friends
  • Holy Child versus Stone Ridge
  • The Madeira School versus Holy Child
  • The Potomac School versus The Madeira School
  • St. Andrew's versus Georgetown Day School
  • Maret School versus Sidwell Friends
  • Georgetown Visitation versus St. Stephen's and St. Agnes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Basketball standings: Girls". All Met Sports. The Washington Post. Retrieved 11 February 2013.