Mr. Patrick Cooney - Athletic Director - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Charles Bryant - Assistant Athletic Director - email@example.com
At Carpinteria High School we value the lessons that your student will learn from participating in athletics. For that reason, we encourage students to play multiple sports if interested. For the development of younger and less experienced students, many of our programs have competitive teams at the Frosh/Soph and Junior Varsity levels.
Boys Water Polo
Girls Water Polo
To be eligible to participate in interscholastic sports, a student must have:
1. Passed a physical examination within the past 12 months.
2. Be under the age of 19.
3. Have attended a four-year high school for no more than eight semesters.
4. Must have taken 25 units in the preceding grading period and passed with a 2.0 average.
5. Be residentially eligible.
6. Be an amateur.
7. Be making normal progress towards graduation.
8. A grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 for the last grading period.
9. Medical Insurance for football is mandatory. The district has limited insurance which acts as a secondary coverage for any sport except football.
10. Completed all forms in clearance packet, including the signing of the Athletic Code by student and parent.
Some benefits of playing sports:
Your child will learn great time managementskills that will benefit him or her far beyond high school.
Your child will have a healthy outletfor energy.
Your child will learn about competition.
Your child will have a structuredactivity to participate in each day.
Students involved in sports are proven to do better academicallyand have fewer discipline issues.
Your child will have the opportunity to meet new people and develop positive lifelong friendships.
Your child will have a positive activity for a resume or a college applicationthat showcases your child’s dedication, commitment, and hard work.
Diana Zapata, Title IX Human Resources Director, 1400 Linden Avenue, Carpinteria, firstname.lastname@example.org, 805-684-4511