To participate in co-curricular activity a student must attend three of their scheduled classes the day of a scheduled contest, performance, or practice. Students may participate on Saturday if they miss school on Friday. A student under an out-of-school suspension is ineligible to attend or participate in any school activity during the course of the suspension. The coach or supervisor in charge of each activity shall have the authority to establish other regulations he/she feels are necessary to ensure a well disciplined team/group.
To be eligible, the student must:
- Receive credit in all classes the previous trimester - students not receiving credit in all classes will be ineligible for 30 calendar days, beginning the first day of legal competition. Students will not be eligible for extra-curricular activities due to credit attainment in an alternative remediation setting following the previous trimester.
- Be considered a full time student during their season
- Have a current physical on file
- Have returned or paid for equipment lost from the previous seasons
- Abide by the "good conduct policy"
- Have attended high school for less than twelve (12) trimesters (Twenty days of attendance or playing in one contest constitutes a trimester).
- Have attended school last trimester.
- Have never accepted an award for your high school participation from an outside group other than an inexpensive, unframed, un-mounted paper certificate of recognition or have ever received any money for expenses or otherwise for your participation in an athletic contest.
- Have never competed on an outside school team as a member or as an individual while out for a sport and during that sport season without the previous written consent of your coach and activity director. (Example: While out for softball and during the softball season, if you wanted to participate on an outside school softball team or tournament, you would need permission from the activities director. Otherwise, you would be declared ineligible. Once softball season was over, you could participate without written permission.)
- Have never trained with a college squad or participated in a college event.
- Maintain habits and conduct both in and out of school that make you worthy to represent the ideals, principles, and standards of your school.