Academics
Upper School

Athletics

The Bentley athletics program seeks to assist student-athletes in growing physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially.


Bentley student-athletes grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. This is accomplished through the challenge of athletic discipline, team participation, and interscholastic competition. Our mission is both educational and recreational, designed to enrich and complement the Bentley academic experience. Whether it is in practice or games, athletics provides all students with an active opportunity for personal achievement and the development of values.

Character, Purpose, & Community

The Bentley pillars of character, purpose, and community are woven throughout all aspects of our athletic program. Bentley student-athletes commit to their academic enrichment, to character, to self, and to their team and peers. Student-athletes are committed to being honest, positive, productive, inclusive, and understanding. They are individuals who are present, accountable, and respectful of how their actions affect others.

Bentley believes physical fitness should be a life-long practice. Physical education classes extend from Kindergarten to a full range of Life Fitness classes in the upper grades. In addition to interscholastic sports, we offer a full range of Life Fitness classes at the Upper School. Classes include yoga, fencing, dance, rugby, weight training, sport-specific pre-season conditioning, and cardiovascular conditioning.

List of 2 items.

  • For Students

    • Attend all team practices and games.
    • Be on time for all team functions. 
    • All planned absences should be communicated to and approved in advance by the coach.
    • Playing time is not guaranteed and is determined by the coaches.
    • Respect your coach and the decisions that are made. 
    • Playing on an interscholastic athletic team is a privilege, not a right. It takes a big commitment to be a student-athlete. You will have to make sacrifices with your time.
    • Be a good representative of Bentley School, the athletic program, and your team.
    • Have fun!  
  • For Families & Spectators

    • Understand that interscholastic athletics are an extension of the classroom.
    • Show respect and positive support for coaches, other team members and officials, prior to, during, and after games/practices.
    • Be mindful of your role. Provide support, do not openly instruct or criticize any coach, player, or official during a game/practice.
    • Participate in cheers that support, encourage and uplift the team.
    • Help with team carpools when necessary.
    • Volunteer to be a team parent.
    • Understand the spirit of fair play and good sportsmanship expected by our school, league, and opponents.

Athletics Department

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Ken Rancifer

    Ken Rancifer 

    Athletic Director
  • Photo of Shawn McCoy

    Shawn McCoy 

    Assistant Director of Athletics K-12

Upcoming Games

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League
Redwood Christian Schools
Bentley High School
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Off Campus (Contact Coach)
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Neutral
Invitational

Cross Country Meet #1

League
vs.
TBA
Practice

Practice

Non-League
Bentley K-8 School
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College Preparatory
Bentley High School
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Tennis Courts
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Tennis Courts
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Multipurpose Field (WHOLE FIELD)
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Off Campus (Contact Coach)
Away
League
Valley Christian
Valley Christian High School
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Bentley vs Piedmont

Non-League
vs.
Piedmont Middle School
Bentley Upper High School
Practice
Tennis Courts
Practice
Multipurpose Field (WHOLE FIELD)
Practice
Away
League
College Preparatory
Chabot Canyon Racquet Club
Practice
Tennis Courts
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Practice
Practice
Away
International
International High School
Away
International
International High School
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Multipurpose Field (WHOLE FIELD)
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Tennis Courts
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Off Campus (Contact Coach)
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Practice

Non-League
Bentley K-8 School
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Practice

Non-League
Bentley K-8 School
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Practice
Practice
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Practice

Non-League
Playing Fields - Bentley Field - 1
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Tennis Courts
Away
League
Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School
College of Alameda
Practice
Off Campus (Contact Coach)
Practice
Off Campus (Contact Coach)
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Head-Royce
Bentley High School
Away

Quarry Lane vs Bentley

Non-League
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Quarry Lane
Quarry Lane High School
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Quarry Lane vs Bentley

Non-League
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Quarry Lane
Quarry Lane High School
Practice
Tennis Courts
Away
Summit Tamalpais
Summit Public Schools: Tamalpais
Bentley School is a member of the North Coast Section (NCS) and competes in the Bay Area Conference (BAC), Bay Counties League (BCL) East. The schools that are members of our league include Bentley School (Lafayette), Athenian School (Danville), College Preparatory School (Oakland), Head-Royce School (Oakland), St. Joseph Notre Dame (Alameda), Redwood Christian School (San Lorenzo), and Valley Christian School (Dublin).