Fall sports registration is due Friday, August 13, 2021.
Fall sports include: football, volleyball, cross country, boys and girls soccer, dance and cheer (tryouts were in May 2021).
Athletes wishing to participate need to do the following:
- Register (See below)
- Have a current physical on file in our Athletic Office
Physicals can be emailed to Connie Pollock at email@example.com.
These MUST be completed prior to attending practices.
Register for 2021-2022 Athletics and Activities!
Athletes must have a current physical on file in the athletic office at the high school in order to participate. Physicals are good for two years and must be done on the OSAA Physical form. Please email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation fee is $250 per sport and $175 per activity (cheer and dance). There is an individual cap of $600 and a family cap of $1250 per year. Fees are due prior to the first competition. To pay for athletic fees, log into your ParentVue account or pay directly at the high school bookkeeping office; three month payment contracts are also available.
- Participation fees may be reduced by half if approved for the Free/Reduced Lunch Program. This form must be filled out every year to qualify.
- The Permission to Share Information form (for those that have been approved for the free/reduced lunch program) must also be signed. This form gives the state permission to release your approved status to the high school; this allows us to waive your fees.
- Link to free/reduced lunch application and the Permission to Share Information in English and Spanish: click here
Athletes must have a passed four classes and received a 2.0 GPA for the grading period prior to the athletic season they are participating in. If an athlete receives a GPA lower than 2.0 they will have to sit out of competitions for the first two weeks and have their current grades checked regularly during the season. Athletes can still participate in practices during their “sit out” time.
These additional forms may be required by the district if your student is a transfer from another district, is being home schooled, is attending a private school but lives in the Sherwood School District, or is a foreign exchange student: