PARENT/ATHLETE RESOURCES

Registering Athletes for Athletics

All Athletes must be registered with the district through Register My Athlete in order to participate in Athletics at Highland High School. Instructions on how to access RMA are below.

Register My Athlete Instructions

Register My Athlete Link

Brain Book - Concussion and Opioid Education - ALL INCOMING FRESHMEN, THOSE WHO HAVE NEVER PARTICIPATED IN ATHLETICS, OR NEW ATHLETES TO ARIZONA must complete these courses.

2022-2023 AIA Physical Forms - ALL ATHLETES, MUST BE COMPLETED AFTER MARCH 1, 2022.

PAYING THE ATHLETIC FEE

There are several ways to pay your $100 Athletic Fee. You may bring cash/check to the athletic office (both tax credit and non tax credit), you may pay online through Register My Athlete (non tax credit), or pay online through Infinite Campus (tax credit).

Tax Credit Form - used for cash or check being brought to athletic office

Tax Credit Online Payments | Online Tax Credit Instructions

***Please do not pay the fee until your athlete has made the team if a cut sport. FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE***

Transfer Information

Transfer Process - If you are considering transferring to HHS or have transferred to HHS, please follow the following steps:

  1. Contact the Athletic Office to schedule a meeting with the Athletic Director. You may not speak directly to coaches. They will direct you back to my office.

  2. Schedule a tour of the campus with the counseling department.

  3. Once enrolled, you must fill out the 550 Form on the AIA Website.

AIA Transfer Bylaws

School Boundary Maps & Open Enrollment Information


Foreign Exchange Students - AIA BYLAW

15.15 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ELIGIBILITY – Prefatory Statement: In an effort to preserve and promote interscholastic competitive opportunities for Arizona students and further the goals of competitive fairness and equity, and recognizing the concerns of AIA member schools related to displacement of Arizona students by students from foreign countries, the following bylaw addresses the interscholastic eligibility status of international students attending an AIA member school:

15.15.1 Foreign Exchange Students: A foreign exchange student is a student that is in the U.S. under a J-1 Visa, and who is placed in a school by an educational exchange program approved by the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET). A foreign exchange student is eligible at a school in the attendance zone of the home in which the student is placed. A foreign exchange student must meet all other eligibility requirements and is eligible for a maximum of one school year.

15.15.2 International Students: An international student is a student who is in the U.S. under any Visa or document other than a J-1 Visa and who is attending an AIA member school. Except as stated below with regard to domicile, an international student must meet all eligibility requirements of any regularly enrolled student. An international student is eligible only for non-varsity level competition, which may include only 9th through 11th grade, and is not at any time of enrollment eligible for varsity level competition. With regard to domicile, an international student’s non-varsity eligibility shall be at a school in the attendance zone of the home in which the student is placed.

General Information

Football Helmet and Shoulder Pads Acknowledgment Form

Voluntary Student Athlete Insurance

Transportation Form A - Transportation is provided but you're choosing to drive yourself

Transportation Form B - Transportation is NOT provided, you must make your own arrangements

Transportation forms must be notarized, unless the parent and student sign it in front of a school representative (admin, coach, etc).