Practices for spring sports start on Monday, March 2nd, 2020 the sports included are Baseball, Boy's & Girl's Golf, Softball, Boy's & Girl's Tennis, Boy's & Girl's Track & Field,
All athletes MUST have Athletic Clearance slip before attending their first practice/tryout. All school and athletic fees (past and present) must be paid and the online registration process completed to practice on the 1st day. Students without approval will be sent home. If you do not have access to a computer we will provide access to a computer we have some available in the athletic office.
Every athlete must have a current physical on file.
For any questions regarding athletics, please call Vicki Nelms, Athletic Director at 503-353-5805 or Tami Holen, Athletic Assistant at 503-353-5820 then option 3.
Please make sure as you are completing this information that you include your Student ID number.
To participate in CHS sports, each athlete must go through a clearance process in every season, for every sport. No athlete will be allowed to participate until all the information is completed online.
Students who plan to be in athletics must have passed five credits in the prior semester with a minimum of 2.0 GPA, and must also be passing five credit classes (study hall does not count as a credit) as well as satisfactory progress toward graduation.
OSAA (Oregon School Activities Association) eligibility policy requires that all athletes (excluding incoming freshmen) must pass at least five (5) credit classes spring semester or take summer school make-up classes to be eligible for fall or winter sports. OSAA RULE: ALL STUDENTS MUST BE ON TRACK TO GRADUATE BY HAVING COMPLETED 4.5 CREDITS--before 10TH GRADE, 10 CREDITS before 11TH GRADE AND 17 CREDITS before 12TH GRADE. 24 CREDITS ARE REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM CHS.
The North Clackamas School District Board of Directors has implemented more stringent eligibility rules for athletics and activities. These requirements are in addition to standards implemented by the Oregon Schools Activities Association (OSAA), the state agency governing athletics and activities. Also, North Clackamas School District requires a 2.0-grade point average, with no grade of an "F" on the report card. Students who do not meet the additional District requirements may become eligible to participate by:
- Transferring credits from an accredited summer or night school institution to correct a grading deficit
- Appealing his/her ineligibility status by completing an Activity Eligibility Appeal Request with the building Principal
- Spending one semester on academic probation ("plan of assistance" instead of losing eligibility). Academic probation lasts through the athletic/activities season during the semester of participation. (NOTE: Students who have fallen below a 2.0 G.P.A. may not exceed two consecutive semesters on academic probation).
Physicals, Emergencies, Insurance
PHYSICAL REQUIRED EVERY TWO YEARS ON ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION SPORTS PHYSICALS
All participants must have on file:
1) a physical, needed in 9th & 11th Grade or first time trying out or participating on a team
These must be completed before any participation in athletics, including practices/tryouts. Participants must present evidence of either private or school medical insurance.
The physical can be downloaded from the following:
If you are new to Clackamas you will have to provide a copy of a physical or complete a physical.
Participants must be in attendance one-half day (two-block periods) to practice or play in a contest. Exceptions must be cleared through the athletic director.
If you are a Dual Participating athlete, you must complete a form. The form may be obtained from the athletic office. A student may participate in more than one athletic team during one season. Students may change activities only with the approval of both coaches, and/or advisors, and athletic director.
Each participant is responsible for the equipment issued to him/her. After the season, the participant must return the equipment in good condition or pay the replacement cost of the item(s) lost or damaged.
Athletic awards (certificates) will be presented at the end of the season to deserving participants as determined by the coach or advisor. No award will be given to those not completing the season. One letter is given to those students at the varsity level in their 4-year career.
OSAA/NC-12 Funded Fall Sports
Spring Sports: Baseball, Boy's and Girl's Golf (There will be additional fees for Golf), Boy's & Girl's Tennis, Boys and Girl's Track & Field, Softball.
The charge is $175 per sport or activity, to a maximum of $425 per student, and $700 per family (waived for free and reduced lunch students).
*All sports may have some additional costs. Please check with your coach or the athletic office for any of those costs.
Approval of conditional admission does not imply your child can participate in OSAA athletics, due to additional state regulations. If your child intends to participate in athletics, a meeting with the attending school district athletic director is required before your child's participation at practice, games, or events. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THE OSAA TRANSFER RULES, SO THAT YOU DO NOT JEOPARDIZE YOUR CHILD'S ELIGIBILITY.
Schedules can be obtained from https://or.8to18.com/ClackamasHS/calendar
Please check out our new athletic website: www.clackamasathletics.com