Welcome to the Family Id registration system. Please select the sport you wish to play and sign off on important NBTHS and NJSIAA policies.
Winter Sports & Weight Room 2019 registration is open September 23 through October 14, 2019.
WINTER SPORTS PHYSICALS and SEASONAL HEALTH UPDATES Drop Off Location:
SCHOOL NURSE'S OFFICE, during school hours. To contact the Sports Nurse, please call 732-289-3700, ext. 73088.
Winter Athletes: Select your WINTER TEAM. Do NOT SELECT Weight Room. Do NOT Register Twice (Your Sport AND Wt Room) - It will be Cancelled!
Information for WINTER SPORTS: Contact the Head Coach/Staff for season information. DATES for WINTER SPORTS ARE BELOW IN THE DESCRIPTION.
Winter Cheerleading - Advisor Meg Wright
Bowling, Boys/Girls - Head Coach Aimee McCormick
Swimming, Boys/Girls - Head Coach Carrieann Ragavas
Basketball, Boys - Head Coach Ed Breheney
Basketball, Girls - Head Coach Mark Zielinski
Wrestling - Head Coach William Ojeda
Track, Boys/Girls - Head Coach Schwann Grimes
Use of the Weight Room: You must register with Family Id and be medically cleared to to use the Weight Room (NJSIAA August 2018) or participate in Fitness Workouts. ALL In-Season (approved/cleared) athletes are welcome in the weight room/fitness sessions and do not need to register for weight room in addition to their sport.
Medical Clearance: All summer and fall participants must have a current Pre-Participation Physical on record with the nurse. This physical is valid for one year from the date of the examination and must be current at the time of the first practice. Students with Asthma and Food Allergies are encouraged to complete and submit CARE PLANS (attached) with their physical. A Seasonal Health History Update is required for students who already have an current, approved physical on file in the nurse's office. Students with recent injuries, illnesses or ongoing medical conditions may also be asked to provide relevant clearance notes from their physician prior to participation. Links to the forms are located on the sidebar of this page.
*MANAGERS - All students wishing to be managers need to submit a Seasonal Health History Update; they do not need to have a current physical.
Action Required: All Physical and Health History forms must be submitted by:
October 14, 2019 for Cheer, Bowling and Swimming
October 24, 2019 for Basketball, Wrestling and Track
Forms received after this date may not be cleared in time for tryouts. Incomplete submissions cannot be processed and will be returned to the student. Corrected forms should be re-submitted ASAP for processing. Drop Off Location: HS Nurse's office.
Concussion Baseline Testing: All cheerleaders, basketball players and wrestlers must take an online concussion test once every school year. This assessment provides us with a baseline for cognitive (thinking) function. Students should use the directions and link in the sidebar to take the test. Testing will require about 35 minutes and a reliable internet connection. The test cannot be taken on a tablet or phone.
Action Required: Candidates for the above teams must complete the test on or before October 14, 2019.
North Brunswick Township High School believes that a dynamic program of student activities is vital to the educational development of the students.
The objective of the program is to provide wholesale opportunity for students to develop favorable habits and attitudes of social and group living.
The North Brunswick Township High School Athletic Program should provide a variety of experiences to aid in the development of favorable habits and attitudes in students that will prepare them for adult life in a democratic society.
Athletics should functions as an integral part of the total curriculum. It should provide opportunities to serve the institution, to assist in the development of fellowship and good will, to promote self-realization and all-around growth, and to encourage learning the qualities of good citizenship.
Athletics play an important part in the life at North Brunswick Township High School. Young people learn a great deal from their participation in interscholastic athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, and competition are an integral part of each team in our athletic program. Athletics help the student develop a healthy self-concept and healthy body. Athletic competition adds to our school spirit and helps all students, spectators and participants, develop pride in their school.