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Eligibility

Sports Physical

Sports Physicals are required for participation in any intramural or interscholastic athletic program. POP WARNER physicals and the health department SCHOOL ENTRY physicals are NOT ACCEPTED.

All students who participate in athletics, both intramural or interscholastic must submit a completed packet before their first day of participation. This is available online, at the informational meetings for each sport, or with the Athletic Director. The packet includes the following forms: Student Athlete & Parent Contract, Notification of Risk Agreement, Liability Waiver Release, Physical Exam, Emergency Treatment Authorization, and must include a copy of current medical insurance coverage.

  • Must be completed on or after June 1st before the beginning of the school year, no later than a day before the sport season begins.

  • It is not the same as the school entry physical.

  • Part to be completed by doctor is on page 9&10 and must have the stamp of the doctor's office.

  • Remaining parts of the packet must be completed in its entirety by parent/guardian.

  • Signatures where needed.

For more information on our program, visit the Information section of this page.

Make sure that if you have any questions, please contact your coach or Athletic Director.


Academic Standards

Students participating in interscholastic competition must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0. Eligibility will be determined by the cumulative GPA at the end of the previous semester. 6th graders that are regularly promoted are eligible for the first semester of their first year, and then the normal eligibility rule applies.


Attendance Standards

All students are required to attend at least 50% of their academic schedule each school day in order to participate in athletics.


Conduct Standards

According to the Lake County Student Code of Conduct, a student receiving two (2) out of school suspensions shall lose privileges accorded to students in good standing with the Lake County School System. The loss of privilege may include: attendance and participation in extracurricular and co-curricular activities.


Controlled Substances

There is a zero tolerance policy regarding any and all use of controlled substances, including alcohol, drugs, and tobacco products.


Health Insurance

  • All students must provide proof of current health insurance coverage in order to participate.

  • If student is not covered on his/her parents policy or does not have insurance, School Insurance of Florida offers two plans. For more information and to purchase a policy online, please visit School Insurance of Florida.

Athletic Director

Sheri Vogle

Vogles@lake.k12.fl.us