2017-2018 Athletic Program and Tryout Information for Parents and Student Athletes

Dear SUHSD Families,

Interscholastic High School Athletics begins February 10th for all Spring Sports in the Sweetwater Union High School District. These sports include:

  • Girls Swim and Dive
  • Boys Swim and Dive
  • Boys Volleyball
  • Girls Lacrosse
  • Boys Lacrosse
  • Girls Track and Field
  • Boys Track and Field
  • Boys Tennis
  • Boys Golf

Click Here for information on the athletic programs offered throughout the Sweetwater District.

Physical Exams – All student- athletes must have a pre-participation physical screening completed prior to being cleared to participate in a sport. The physical must be current (within 1 year from the date completed) and be valid through the entire season of sport.

Note: Athletic Physicals must be completed by an licensed Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). Chiropractic Physicals will no longer be allowed (Board Policy 6145.a). Additional information on Pre-Participation Athletic Physicals can be found at your schools ASB office

Athletic Clearance Information – Clearance for Inter-scholastic athletics at any district school is completed through an online process.

Important note on Insurance for your student-athlete:

The California Education Code (Sections 32220-32224 and 49470-49474) requires that each member of an athletic team shall have insurance coverage for medical and hospital expenses in an amount of at least $1500 while practicing for or participating in athletic activities sponsored under the jurisdiction of a public school district.

In order to comply with state law, each athletic team member must be enrolled in either the District approved medical plan or have medical insurance coverage in an amount of at least $1500 provided under any other type of insurance plan(s) which may have been purchased by the student or by the parent/guardian.

Without Insurance, a student athlete will not be able to clear for a sport. For Sweetwater Union High School District offered insurance plans, please contact your schools ASB office for more information.

For questions about specific sports offered at your child’s school site, please visit the ASB office on your campus or speak with your school’s Athletic Director.

You can also follow us on Twitter! @SUHSDAthletics1

Thank you.