All students wishing to try out for any sport must first register to www.athleticclearance.com
From there you will enter in athlete info, health info, parental consent/signatures info, and upload a valid ESUHSD physical.
Any questions? Ask an Athletic Director.
All forms must be uploaded and approved by an Athletic Director before trying out.
Please be advised that athletes may be removed from the (tryout) roster without valid documentation.
Athletic clearance should be completed by the dates below:
Fall Sports: August 1, 2022
Winter Sports: Oct. 28, 2022
Spring Sports: Jan. 27, 2023
ONLINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM - ATHLETIC CLEARANCE
Quick steps for parents/students using the online athletic clearance process.
Visit www.AthleticClearance.com and choose your state.
Watch quick tutorial video
Register. PARENTS register with valid email username and password. You will be asked to type in a code to verify you are human. If this step is skipped your account will not activate. (If this step is skipped, please contact us to activate your account)
Login using the email address that you registered with
Select “New Clearance” to start the process.
Choose the School Year in which the student plans to participate.
Choose the School at which the student attends and will compete. (please be mindful to click the correct school and academic year)
Complete all required fields for Student Information, Educational History, Medical History and Signature Forms. (If you have gone through the www.AthleticClearance.com process before, you will select the Student and Parent/Guardian from the drop down menu on those pages)
Donate to your athletic program or pay participation fees (private schools only).
Once you reach the Confirmation Message you have completed the process.
If you would like to register for additional sports/activities you may check off those sports below the Confirmation Message.
All of this data will be electronically filed with your school’s athletic department for review.
When the student has been cleared for participation, an email notification will be sent.
Online Athletic Clearance FAQ
Once you complete a clearance for one sport and arrive at the Confirmation Message, you will have the option to check off additional sports/activities for the current school year. If you decide to participate in an additional sport/activity later on, you can access the multiple sport check boxes by clicking on “Print” under the Confirmation Message of your original Clearance for that specific year.
Questions? Go to Support.AthleticClearance.com and submit a ticket.
--DO NOT TURN IN ANY PAPERWORK OR MONEY TO ANY COACH--
If ST is the only high school you have ever attended, then you are eligible for the current school year.
If you attended a different high school within the last twelve (12) months, you must fill out paperwork to be cleared to participate.
Please see an Mr. Young, Athletic Director, in room 213, to start the transfer process ASAP.
You will not be allowed to participate in ANY contest until you are cleared by the CCS Office.
ONLY an Athletic Director can inform the coach of a student-athlete's of eligibility status!
Coaches are to check with an Athletic Director for any questions in regards to a student-athlete's eligibility status.
DO NOT CONTACT the CCS Office directly. Only an Athletic Director can contact the CCS Office.
Transfer applications take approximately three (3) weeks to process, so please be patient and await a notification from an Athletic Director.
Minimum GPA: 2.0 with no more than one (1) "F" grade
Eligibility is determined by grading period grades, not school loop grades.
Eligibility changes five (5) school days after the end of the grading period.
If you are ineligible, the coach can immediately remove you from the team.
If you have three (3) or more grading periods of academic ineligibility, you may be academically ineligible to participate in ST Athletics.
Academic probation will only be granted for extreme circumstances (The ADs & Academic Council will review all applications)
**Attention all athletes who have taken or may take Cyber High online classes for credit remediation: Those classes do not count towards the NCAA and only count as an A-G credit recovery. For more information, email your counselor through Naviance. Sorry for any inconvenience.**
You must attend class the day of a contest or the Friday before a Saturday contest.
If you are suspended from class, you cannot participate (practices/games) for the duration of your suspension.
All athletes are expected to be model students inside and outside the classroom.
Failure to do so will result in progressive, disciplinary action, contracts, and/or dismissal/suspension from Santa Teresa Athletics.
All BVAL/CCS rules will be followed with ejections (red cards) from a contest.
Additional disciplinary action may be taken depending upon the infraction.
As school policy, we may impose an additional (and automatic) one game suspension (on top of the automatic one from the league) for each infraction. The number we've received over the last few years have increased and needs to be limited.
If caught under the influence or in possession of drugs, alcohol, or any other substance during the season, you will be immediately removed from the team for the remainder of the season.
The same penalty applies to all fights (on or off campus), public urination, vandalism, graffiti, and/or weapons possession.
Other school-related infractions could also result in removal from the team or other disciplinary action. (These may include, but are not limited to, defiance towards another coach/staff member, unsportsmanlike conduct, inappropriate comments on social media outlets (ex. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.)
Some penalties may be appealed to the Athletic Council and/or Principal. Please see an Athletic Director first for more information.