Athletic Manuals

Eligibility Requirements

  • The district Eligibility Policy is designed to promote academic excellence and identify the student’s primary educational responsibility which is the achievement of satisfactory academic progress.

    Every high school student who wishes to participate in the district’s co-curricular and extra-curricular programs must meet all of the qualification standards listed below.

    9th, 10th and 11th Grade Student Eligibility:

    Three requirements:

    • 2.00 GPA or above,
    • Currently passing 20 units or more, and
    • No more than one F grade.

     

    12th Grade Student Eligibility:

    • Satisfy the C.I.F. eligibility requirements:
    • 2.00 GPA or above
    • Currently passing 20 units or more


    Athletic Probation

    An ineligible student may elect to go on probation in order to be eligible and improve academic performance. A student may be on probation no more than twice in a four (4) year period and no more than once per school year.

    Probation Requirements:

    • Available to students at all grade levels.
    • Student must have passed 20 units or more the previous grading period (A-D letter grade for at least four classes)
    • Student must create a written academic improvement plan approved by the site’s Student Success Coordinator, coach/director, and a teacher if the student receives an F grade(s).
    • Student required to attend at least three (3) hours per week (after their school day) with the Student Success Coordinator.
    • A student may be on probation no more than twice in a four (4) year period and no more than once per school year
    • A student n probation who becomes eligible at the grading period must stay enrolled with the Student Success Coordinator for the grading period immediately following their probationary period.

    In the event a student is determined to be academically ineligible to participate in co-curricular or extra-curricular activities during the first grading period of the upcoming school year, the student may attend summer school and petition to have the grades earned during the intervening summer session substituted for the grades received during the previous grading period.  In those cases where the course is retaken during the summer school, the higher grade will be substituted for the lower grade and the grade point average will be recalculated to determine the student’s eligibility for the first grading period of the upcoming school year.