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“If you took a poll of the nearest 100 people around you, chances are that only 10 would be left-handed. If you asked the closest 100 professional baseball players around you (hey, we can dream), you’d probably find 30 lefties among them. Sorry lefties: it’s not because you’re...Read More »


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Athletic Director

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Todd Buller
tbuller@pgusd.org
646-6590 x293

Forms

CSS Rules and Regulations
Monterey Bay Prep
Sports Physical Form
PGHS Game Management

Eligibility

Before any student may participate in a team tryout or team practice, they must submit a completed Athletic Agreement, which can be found in the front office, with the following information:

  1. Athletic Agreement Contract signed by both student and guardian as well as signature acknowledgement of reading entire yellow sheet.
  2. Demonstration of valid physical examination within 12 months allowing participation in team sports.

* An physical form from the doctor may be attached

3. Proof of existing medical coverage, or proof of purchase of athletic insurance

4. Emergency Phone Contact in case of accident

5. Before any student may compete in an athletic contest on a school team, the player must meet the following requirements

6. Academic Eligibility. The student must demonstrate a GPA of 2.0 or higher with no grade of  “F” on the previous report period. Freshman students are based on their final 8th grade report card.

7. Residential Eligibility. If a student has transferred from another school, or is a foreign exchange student, it is possible the student must complete forms and appeal for permission to play. It is the students responsibility to attain and submit all necessary forms from/to the athletic director.

8. Sportsmanship Code of Conduct. The student must agree to comply to the sportsmanship code of conduct which is presented on sportsmanship and reiterated in the Athletic Agreement Contract. More information on sportsmanship compliance can be read at the CIF/CCS site.