Student participation in interscholastic activities plays a significant role in personal and educational development and is used as a means of developing wholesome attitudes and well-rounded citizens who are better prepared to face the challenges of adult life as a result of their interscholastic experiences. Such participation is a privilege, not a right. Students earn the privilege to participate by adhering to high standards of personal conduct and academic performance. Personal conduct and attitude of Student participants must reflect high standards of respect, loyalty, attitude, and morality.


Eligibility Forms:
» Eligibility Document Guide
» Form A
» Form C
» Hardship Definition
» Hardship Petition Form
» Hardship Financial Form
» Request For Appeal

» 8th grade Participation on HS team

» Verification of Eligibility for Activities