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Elementary School student gets his hand painted during classroom art activity.
Elementary School student gets his hand painted during classroom art activity.
Elementary School student gets his hand painted during classroom art activity.
Elementary School student gets his hand painted during classroom art activity.
Elementary School student gets his hand painted during classroom art activity.
Elementary School student gets his hand painted during classroom art activity.
Leonni Griffin breaks school record in girls outdoor 400m!
Leonni Griffin breaks school record in girls outdoor 400m!
Ruby Miracle breaks school record in girls outdoor pole vault!
Ruby Miracle breaks school record in girls outdoor pole vault!
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BOE Student Athlete Recognition
BOE recognizes Shaker High student athletes
Congratulations Ava!
Congratulations Ava!
Leonni Griffin invited to run 600m in the Millrose Games.
Leonni Griffin invited to run 600m in the Millrose Games.
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Athletics Office

Mr. Sean Colfer
Director of Athletics, Physical Education & Health
Phone: (518) 785-5511 x 3351

Dave Stadtlander
K-12 Health Education & Secondary Physical Education Supervisor
Phone: (518) 785-5511 x 3352

Drone shot of the Shaker High School football field.

About Shaker Athletics


Shaker High School is a member of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, competing as a Class A/AA school in Section 2. Our league affiliation is with the Suburban Scholastic Council. There are 29 Varsity level sport offerings including 15 levels for boys, and 14 levels for girls.

Shaker High School offers more than 80 levels (Modified, Frosh, J.V., Varsity) of interscholastic competition for our students in grades 7-12. We believe that participation in sports provides a wealth of opportunities and experiences which assist students in their secondary education. Interscholastic athletics serve as a miniature model of life, providing opportunities for students with regard to responsibility, fair play, cooperation, concern for others, leadership, respect for coaches and all authority figures, good citizenship, loyalty, and tolerance.

ATHLETICS News


  • NCCSD Voters Approve 2024-25 Budget, Capital Project & Reserve Transfer

    On Tuesday, May 21, North Colonie residents approved the district’s $154.1 million budget for 2024-25 with 1,594 yes votes to 431 no votes. Results were announced at the North Colonie Central Office shortly after the polls closed at 9 p.m. The results show 78.72% of voters supported the budget. The $154.1 million budget has a…

  • SMS Announces Third Quarter Merit, Honor & High Honor Rolls

    High Honor Roll – Grade 8 Aydan Abbley, Zainab Abdul Qayoom, Nya Adams, Anvitha Adikoppula, Maya Aguirre Murcia, Zainab Ahmad, Simrah Ahmed, Luqman Ahmed, Mubeen Akhtar, Nayver Alejos Bracho, William Amadon, Sadhika Ambadipudi, Abdul Amer, Hiba Ansar, Ayesha Ansar, Eloise Applebee, Ayat Aqeel, Sourish Sai Arvapally, Hudha Aslam, Lakshmi Atmakuri, Akshita Bandari, Michael James Banson,…

  • SHS Announces Third Quarter Merit, Honor & High Honor Rolls

    Congratulations to all of our Shaker High School students who achieved High Honor Roll, Honor Roll and Merit Roll for the second quarter of the school year.

  • Estelle Porter Named Outstanding Business Student of the Year

    Estelle Porter, a senior at Shaker High School, was recognized as the 2023-2024 Outstanding Business Student of the Year at the Business and Marketing Educators’ Association of the Capital District (BMEA) annual award celebration at The Century House. 

  • Son of Tuskegee Airman Brings History to Life

    Warrant Dart, the son of Tuskegee Airman Lt. Col. Clarence W. Dart, spoke with a Shaker U.S. History class about the accomplishments of his father and the historic military roles of African Americans through World War II.

  • Therapy Dog “Bunkers” Down at Loudonville

    Meet Loudonville Elementary’s newest Lion!The school welcomed trained therapy dog Bunker May 3 and looks forward to his upcoming return visits. School counselor Sarah Conway plans to bring Bunker to school weekly to visit with students and help build pro-social skills through the school environment. Bunker will also meet with kindergarten and first-grade students on…