For the love of math...

by the numbers

95 percent of urban squash students who stay in their programs graduate high school and enroll in post-secondary schools

65 percent or urban squash students graduate from college, which is FOUR TIMES the national average for the lower-income socio-economic demographic

36 percent matriculate to a Top 100 university or liberal arts college

443 students currently enrolled in post-secondary education (2018)

25 million dollars in college scholarships won by urban squash students

19 million dollars invested in urban squash students annually

802 high school graduates (through 2018)

*Statistics pulled from Squash Education + Alliance


cincinnati squash academy stats:

50 percent of students made A/B Honor Roll (2018-19)

4 academic scholarships awarded to The Seven Hills School (through Fall 2019)

5 high school placements at Walnut Hills, #1 ranked school in Ohio (through Fall 2019)

1 national champion crowned at the Boys Under-13 Urban Individuals Tournament (2019)

3 individual midwest champions crowned at Kenyon College (2016, 2017, 2019)

3 team midwest titles earned (Boys, 2017 & 2018; Girls, 2017)

11 cultural exposure trips completed (2018-19)

7 guest speakers presented to students (2018-19)

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"Squash is the get-ahead sport."

- Bob Castellini, owner of the Cincinnati Reds