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To be eligible to participate in interscholastic competition, a student at Cal High must meet all of the following criteria.
  1. Have a GPA of 2.00 or higher in the proceeding academic quarter (includes 2nd semester of 8th grade for incoming freshmen).
  2. Have passed a minimum of 20 units in the proceeding quarter (4 classes)
  3. Academic eligibility resets on the Date of Determination
  4. Grade changes submitted after the Date of Determination will not be accepted toward academic eligibility.
Medical Eligibility: All athletes must complete and upload a valid copy of the SRVUSD approved Physical Form and be cleared on prior to participating in any try-out, practice, scrimmage, or competition. Participation will be allowed based on the doctor’s recommended clearance level. All Physical Forms must be signed, dated, and stamped by a doctor dated after July 1st of the school year in which they will participate.  
Important Notice for current eighth grade students and their parents: 
Students, who wish to participate in extracurricular activities, such as sports, leadership, cheerleading, etc., during the freshman year of high school, must maintain a 2.0 GPA during the second semester of their eighth grade school year. By policy, students who do not maintain a 2.0 GPA by June of their eighth grade year may be excluded from the extracurricular programs in the fall, even if they qualified for participation at the time of any spring signups or tryouts that may have been held. It is the responsibility of the parent and student to monitor academic progress since academic ineligibility may result in the loss of all deposits or fees paid.
Any student who transfers between high schools is subject to the North Coast Section/CIF transfer bylaws. All transfer students that have attended another high school, are required to meet with the Athletic Director. Eligibility MUST be established prior to participation in any scrimmage or competition. It is the student's responsibility to see the Athletic Director. 
To ensure you have accurate and updated information please contact the Varsity Program Coordinator for tryout details for your sport.
The actual tryout period is a three day period, during which time coaches gather as much information on each player as possible.
Please note, all students must complete their season of sport before trying out for another team.
Fall: August 8
Winter: Oct 31
Spring: Feb 6
Athletes are prohibited from participating in more than one school-sponsored athletic activity during any given season without the prior approval of the AD
When seasons overlap, an athlete may not go out for the new sport until his/her season is completed with the earlier team. Coaches must make accommodations for these athletes to try-out
Online  athletic clearance registration must be completed and cleared to tryout for a sport.