Sports Registration 2016-2017
Pride * Poise * Discipline * Desire
Every student-athlete must turn in a completed Athletic Packet in order to tryout for a team. Packets may be downloaded ('click' on the Athletic Packet link to the left) from this website or picked up in the front office or Bookkeeper’s office.
Once all forms have been completed and turned-in, the athlete will receive a Yellow Athletic Clearance Slip. This is to be given to the coach at the first tryout. All coaches have been instructed NOT to allow a student to tryout without this yellow clearance slip.
Athletic Packet Turn-in Dates 2016-17
Turn in the completed packet to the Finance Office from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
Fall Sports: August 2nd - 4th (First Day of Football Practice is August 15th; all other Fall sports, tryouts begin August 15th)
Winter Sports: October 17th - 31st (First Day of Tryouts is November 7th)
Spring Sports: January 17th - 30th (First Day of Tryouts is February 6th)
On behalf of all of our coaches, the California High School Athletic Department would like to thank ALL of our parents and community members for their generous donations to our programs. Your continued support is truly appreciated...Go GRIZZ!
EBAL Admission Charges 2016-17
Each school has determined what sports they will charge for, here is what was decided for this school year:
Boys & Girls Basketball
*Sports that have EBAL Championship events will still charge admission.
The SRVUSD has decided to unify what sports they will charge for: Football & Basketball.
$8 Adult (& children without an adult)
$5 Student & Senior Citizens (HOME students w/ Student Body sticker)
$5 Children (under 12 w/ an adult)
*$5 for Frosh ONLY football games, and all sports other than football and basketball.
High School athletics in the San Ramon Valley Unified School district are “self-funded.” We cannot run the programs without your support. High Schools do not receive district (tax dollar) funds for equipment, uniforms, transportation, and most coaching stipends. As such, voluntary donations are solicited to fund these valuable programs. Without your generous donations sports at California High School cannot be offered. High school sports cost much less than outside club sports. Please keep them afloat and ongoing with your donation.
Voluntary Donations (defined)
Voluntary donations are needed to help alleviate our coaching staff from necessary administrative duties that the Athletic Department performs, and allows coaches to focus on our student-athletes.
These donations cover major operating costs of our athletic budget which includes: officials, equipment, possible athletic trainers, supervision/security, facility, first aid supplies, CIF, NCS & League fees and various general expenses to operate our athletic department budget.. The suggested donation will be detailed in a specific sport budget presented to parents at an orientation meeting after teams have been finalized.
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. A 2.0 GPA or higher must be maintained throughout the season or the athlete will become ineligible to participate.
Track and Field State Champion
California High School would like to congratulate
California Track and Field State Champion 800 Meters
2016 Fall Athletic PE
All students that would like to apply for Athletic PE during the winter sports season, must attend the mandatory meeting on
Thursday, August 18th @ 12:45 in the Theater.
Remember in order to participate in Athletic PE you must meet the following criteria:
Student must maintain a full academic schedule (6 classes) to be enrolled in the Athletic P.E program with a 2.0 GPA. To be eligible for this program, student may take Teacher Aide of Study Hall as a 7th class only. Student must maintain a 2.0 GPA for their entire season.
Physical Education and Athletic P.E. cannot be taken concurrently. Exception for second semester seniors deficient in P.E. credits.
Student must have passed the Fitness Gram in the ninth grade.
Hours of practice/conditioning will be applied to the timecard when the Athletic Director approves the contract. Deadlines for application will be posted and enforced.
Student must complete a minimum of 75 hours of practice/conditioning under the direct supervision of the coach, and complete their season of sport to receive credit in Athletic P.E. Grade given will be a Pass (P) and 5 credits will be awarded. A maximum of 5 credits per season can be credited. There is no partial credit. Hours with club teams, US swimming hours or Pros do not apply.
Student will record hours of actual activity/practice/conditioning and games/matches on the timecard.
Athletic P.E. timecard must be signed WEEKLY by your Head Coach, and every two weeks by the Athletic Director. Failure to maintain signed timecard for duration of contract will result in immediate removal from the Athletic P.E. Program and no credit will be awarded.
Timecard must be completed and turned in to Athletic Director within two weeks of the end of the season. The coach must verify completion of the season by signing the bottom of the time card.
If the student must be excused from participation for medical reasons, a doctor’s medical excuse must be submitted to the Athletic Director. Enrollment will continue, and student must still complete 75 hours of practice/conditioning/games, and complete the season to receive credit. If the student cannot continue in the sport and/or cannot complete the hours, the student will be dropped from the program. No grade or credit will be awarded. Student will not receive hours for “watching” practice.
Lost timecards: A new card will be issued. Hours already logged with coordinator will still apply and student may start logging hours again beginning with the week that the lost card is reported to the Athletic Director.
Forgery of a coach’s signature or altering a timecard will not be tolerated. Student will be dropped from the program with no credit and may lose the privilege of enrolling in the future.
As stated in SRVUSD Board Policy 6146.1, a maximum of 10 of the 20 credits required for high school graduation may be earned in external P. E. programs (Athletic P.E.).
2016 EBAL Champions
We would like to congratulate the 2016 EBAL Champions
Men's Track and Field
Outstanding Job Grizzlies!!
Cal High Soccer
Great Article about Cal High Soccer player Davis Bullock
IMPORTANT: New SRVUSD Volunteer Requirements
SRVUSD is implementing a new system for all adults who wish to volunteer on a school campus or drive/chaperone day and overnight field trips and athletic events. This new Volunteer Management System features a web-based software application that allows the District and all schools to better track and provide the appropriate level of clearance for school volunteers.
ALL adult volunteers will need to go through this new process. The District will NOT be asking parents to incur any of the costs associated with these clearance processes. For more information, and to begin the application process, click here (http://www.srvusd.net/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1275747828981).