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Online Athletic Registration
One stop registration for athletics go to: AthleticClearance.com
You must be cleared before you can tryout, and you must return the hard copy of your forms to your coach first day of practice.
Make sure you select California/ San Ramon (CIF-NCS) when registering for a High School
Please upload these forms to the upload physical section on the registration page. When the on-line registration has been completed, your AthleticClearence.com account will send you an email informing you of your clearance. All coaches have access to athletes clearance information.
ELIGIBILITY: It is a privilege, not a right, to participate in any extra-curricular activity. To be eligible to tryout for any sport, SRVUSD mandates that all athletes have a 2.0 GPA or higher based on their last quarter’s grades and have passed a minimum of 20 units that quarter. A 2.0 GPA or higher must be maintained throughout the season or the athlete will become ineligible to participate.
Season of Sport: We will only be accepting forms for the current season of sport.
High school athletics in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District are “self-funded.” The athletic programs do not receive funding for equipment, uniforms, transportation, officials, most coaching stipends, and all of the administrative costs of running an athletic department. As such, voluntary donations are solicited to fund these valuable programs - without your generous donations we will not be able to offer sports at California High School. Donation amounts are posted in the main office and Finance Office, and will be collected at the parent meeting for each sport after final rosters are determined.
Although the athletic programs can only survive through voluntary donations, an individual’s participation on a team is not dependent on financial contributions. We encourage all interested students to try out for athletic teams.