Athletics

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ATHLETICS AND CHEERLEADING

In order to try out or participate in athletics and cheerleading, students must follow all rules set forth in the Athletic Handbook.  No student may participate in athletics/cheerleading if they are below the passing standard in any two classes. Students must be in attendance at school on the day of an activity in order to attend or participate (3 or more periods).  Please reference the Chilton Athletic Handbook for more information.

SPORTS OFFERED

During the school year, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders may participate in the sports listed below. 6th graders may ONLY participate in Cheerleading, Cross Country, and Track and Field.

Note: Any student/athlete cannot play, practice and/or attend a practice for another team (AAU, church, club, etc.) while attending practice for their school in the same sport at the same time, including cheerleading (CIF Rule 600, Article 6, page 33.)

Fall Sports
  • Flag Football
  • Girls Volleyball
  • Cross Country
Winter Sports
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball
Spring Sports
  • Track and Field
  • Boys Volleyball
Year-Round Sports
  • Cheerleading

 

Fall Sports

Flag Football
Girls Volleyball
Cross Country

Winter Sports

Boys Basketball
​Girls Basketball

Spring Sports

Track and Field
Boys Volleyball

Year-Round Sports

Cheerleading

We are asking for a $60.00 donation per athlete per sport to help offset costs (Note: the donation is not required for participation in a sport).  Student academic performance will be checked at progress report time and at the end of each trimester. Any student assigned to in-house or at home suspension from school is ineligible to participate in or attend any and all extracurricular activities until the suspension is completed.

Students involved in sports are not excused from detention or teacher/class obligations because of a practice or an athletic event.

***Please download the PDF files ”Athletic Participation Form” as well as the “Chilton Athletic Handbook”

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Chilton Cheerleading

Cheerleaders should strive to boost school spirit, promote good sportsmanship, develop positive crowd involvement and help student participants in school activities.