City Squash
Enabling New York City youth to fulfill their academic,
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2nd Annual CitySquash Serves a Success!

CitySquash team members, family members, staff, and volunteers headed out into the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan for the second annual CitySquash Serves day of community service! Wearing their distinct orange sunglasses, over 100 participants in total rolled up their sleeves across 6 service projects, including delivering meals to home-bound seniors, caring for trees in local parks, cleaning up Orchard Beach, and organizing a food drive for a local food pantry. Afterwords, groups reflected on their projects and impact before coming back together at Crotona Park for a celebration. Many thanks to all of our community partners, including the Bronx is Blooming, Citymeals on Wheels, The New St. John Baptist Church, Partnership for Parks, Van Cortlandt Park, and more.  
“It felt good to be out in the neighborhood and help others,” reflected one of our 7th grade team members. “It was a really special day.”  
See below for some pictures of our team in action!

CitySquash Wins 3 More Urban National Titles


It was another exhilarating weekend at the Urban Individual National Championships at Amherst and Williams colleges. CitySquash had 68 team members compete across 10 divisions — among 450+ players from 17 national and international  Squash + Education Alliance programs — and came away with three overall titles! Our team also secured two 2nd place, one 3rd place, and two 4th place finishes. CitySquash has now won a record 107 Urban National Titles in its 17-year history!


Congratulations to Ashley Amaro (GU11), Lizbeth Barroso (GU15), and Caleb Boateng (BU17) for bringing home division titles. A special thanks goes out to all of our students and dedicated staff for their hard work, along with the Squash + Education Alliance for putting together another great event!