Athletic competition is a natural extension of the school's Physical Education program. A good athletic program teaches and develops physical skills, mental discipline, sportsmanship, and the striving spirit necessary for the successful developmental growth.
SHS offers the following sports for students in Grades 6, 7, and 8:
Track & Field (spring)
A student must maintain a Grade of A through C in all subjects. Grades will be reviewed at mid-term and at the end of each trimester. If a student falls below this level in any subject at either of these times, the student will be removed from participation in co-curricular activities. A student may request a re-evaluation from the teacher(s) four weeks after the report card is given. If the student earns a passing grade at the evaluation, eligibility may be restored and the student may participate once again. Third trimester grades will determine the student’s eligibility for the first trimester of the following year.
Any student who does not demonstrate satisfactory conduct in all subjects will not be allowed to participate in co-curricular activities. Refer to the SHS Code of Conduct, pages 16 - 17 in this Handbook. The same rules apply as are listed in the guidelines for Academic Standing.
Any student who does not demonstrate satisfactory effort in all subjects will not be allowed to participate in co-curricular activities. Refer to the SHS Code of Conduct, pages 16 - 17 in this Handbook. The same rules apply as are listed in the guidelines for Academic Standing.
Athletes are asked to pay $75 per sport. These fees are budgeted by the athletic department and only used for departmental needs. These fees are due before the first game in the student's participating sport.