Welcome to the Glenelg High School Athletics Homepage! At Glenelg, we have a rich tradition of excellence on and off the field. With over 40 State Championships, over 90 Regional Titles and numerous County and District V Championships, the Gladiators have proven themselves a worthy opponent throughout the state.
We offer our students an excellent coaching staff who have garnered "State Coach of the Year" and Hall of Fame honors. Our coaches believe in the student centered education based approach to Athletics. Our Student Athletes have gone on to pursue their academic and athletic careers at all levels from community college to Division 1 institutions.
Fall Season: Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Winter Season: Friday, November 15, 2013
Spring Season: Saturday, March 1, 2014
ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE HEAD COACH PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF TRYOUTS
NO INCOMPLETE PAPERWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED!!
All Athletes need the following:
1. Copy of Birth Certificate
2. Proof of Residence (Documents of proof of residence are a current (dated June or later) utility bill, excluding a cell phone bill, or a copy of a lease or rental agreement), every year
3. Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form (see Athletic Forms link), every year
4. HCPSS Athletic Participation Form (see Athletic Forms link), every season
5. Sports Concussion Test and release of information (see Athletic Forms link), every 2 years
Who needs a concussion test?Golf, Tennis, Cross Country, and most Track Athletes are not required to have an impact test.
6. Academic Requirements
Per Policy 9070 Academic Eligibility for High School Extracurricular Activities, for high school, a full time student earns academic eligibility to participate in extracurricular activities by maintaining a 2.0 grade-point average (GPA), calculated using credit or non-credit courses, with no more than one failing grade for the marking period, which governs eligibility for that activity. This provision does not apply to incoming 9th grade students for fall eligibility. Incomplete grades must be converted to a letter grade to determine eligibility (Policy 8020 Grading and Reporting: High School). If a student withdraws from a course, the grades at the time of withdrawal will be used in determining academic eligibility. Weighted grades will be used for academic eligibility for extracurricular activities, including high school athletics.
Fall academic eligibility for students entering Grades 10, 11, and 12 is determined by the fourth marking period grades from the preceding school year. All incoming ninth graders are academically eligible for the fall quarter.
Winter eligibility is determined by first quarter grades.
Spring eligibility is determined by second quarter grades.