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- Cross County - Girls
- Golf - Boys
- Golf - Girls
- Flag Football
- Flag Football - Girls
- Lacrosse - Boys
- Lacrosse - Girls
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- Soccer - Girls
- Soccer - Boys
- Swimming & Diving
- Tennis - Boys
- Tennis - Girls
- Track & Field
- Volleyball - Girls
- Volleyball - Boys
- Water Polo - Boys
- Water Polo - Girls
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Eligibility & Tryout Policies
Have a GPA of 2.00 or higher in the proceeding academic quarter (includes 2nd semester of 8th grade for incoming freshmen).
Have passed a minimum of 20 units in the proceeding quarter
Annually complete a physical exam from a medical doctor
All transfer students are initially ineligible and must meet with our school's athletic director.
Length of tryout period - minimum of three days
Objectives used to select the member of the team
Approximate Number of Team members who will be selected
Criteria (rubric) involved in selection of team members
Distribution of practice and competition schedule
Explanation of commitment necessary to be a member of the team
Clear notification that tryouts are based on performance during the selection period. Tryouts are not based on summer participation, coaching camps, or outside team affiliation in which the student-athletes participated prior to team selections.
Students must complete all tryout requirements.
Head coaches will be involved in sub-varsity selections.
Students that have an interest in trying out for two sports during the same season are required to contact the varsity coaches of each sport to see if this is possible. This can only occur if tryout schedules do not conflict or if a student chooses to forgo a tryout day, and as long as both coaches agree to allow an athlete to participate in two sports in the same season.
If an athlete is not selected, the coach will inform the student of the reason(s) for the cut and the student may request a meeting to review their tryout rubric.
Once an athlete competes in a sanctioned game or contest, the athlete cannot leave a team to join another team, in that same sport season; the student must wait until that team has completed its regular season. This includes being dismissed from a team for any reason.