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The goal of the Northampton athletic program is to provide a competitive arena where student-athletes can display their talents, enhance their physical wellness and skills, and gain greater technical and tactical understanding of and appreciation for their chosen sport. We expect all our student-athletes to display a competitive spirit, outstanding sportsmanship, and exemplary character throughout the year, on and off the field of play. The athletic program should be a positive component of the student-athlete’s educational experience.

Participation in the athletic program is considered a privilege and requires student-athletes to commit their time, energy and loyalty, as well as accept coaches’ decisions, training techniques, and expectations. Student-athletes should willingly assume all responsibilities and obligations that are inherent in and unique to the program. Student-athletes must understand and appreciate that they not only represent themselves during competition, but also their teammates, their school and the Northampton community.

 

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Spring 2020 SPORTS UPDATE! 

The Spring Season begins March 16th, 2020

Spring Sports Information Night is March 5th, 2020 for caregivers and students

Location:  NHS Little Theater @ 6:00 pm

Registration will open February 21st 2020. It will close March 13th, 2020. Please register online using the Family ID program:

https://www.familyid.com/organizations/northampton-high-school-athletics

 

In order to participate in sports at NHS, students must

1.) Be a FULL TIME Northampton High School student in good standing (academics, attendance, health, and behavior). JRs and SRs who enroll in Smith courses, GCC/HCC courses, Internships, Capstones, Teaching Assistantships, etc (anything that constitutes a non-traditional enrollment) must complete a Rule 52 Waiver form. See Tab: Forms and Additional info. Download, complete, submit form to AD.

2.) Must Submit a Valid Doctor’s physical. Physicals are valid for 13 months from the date on the document.

3.) Must Take Baseline Concussion Test–as incoming 9th graders/new students and every 2 years after. This test can now be taken ONLINE, request a test code from the athletic director (via email), upon receipt of emailed code follow the directions provided to secure and complete the testing protocol.

4.) Must submit payment of appropriate user fee (if applicable), fees amounts addressed within Family ID both for full, reduced and free lunches .  Students who qualify for free lunch do not pay a fee. You have the option to submit payments online using Unipay both here and within the online sports registration program known as Family ID by clicking HERE.

For schedule information, please Click here for the Northampton MIAA page and select school calendar or click the image in the browser below.

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