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Attention all Coaches, Staff, Parents, and Student-Athletes!

The New Shadow Hills Athletic Handbook has been added to the website. Please read and review it thoroughly! Shadow Hills High School is dedicated to the preparation of all student-athletes to be successful in life and in competition. Our focus is not only on the athletic ability of the student-athlete, but in the academic as

Athletic Clearances

Good Day Knights! Please remember, you must be cleared by the Athletics’ Department in order to participant in any sports activity here at Shadow Hills High School. Do not wait until the last minute to get it done! Athletic Department Summer Office Hours: 7:30am – 3:30pm, Monday – Friday.    

Athletic Clearances and Athlete Registration

Attention! The Athletic Clearances must be updated on a yearly basis. On May 1st the 2018-19 school year will close and the 2019-20 year will open up. Once that is open, incoming freshman will be able to complete the online forms and upload the physical form. Athletes already in the system will need to update

Injury Protocol

INJURY PROCEDURES Athletic trainer assesses injury on the field and determines severity of the injury. Trainer may take athlete to training room for further treatment. 911 services will be contacted with severe injuries. Trainer discusses injury with parent when picking up athlete to determine the proper steps to take. Parent take to Doctor immediately Parent

Academics & Athletics: Leads to Success!

ACADEMICS & ATHLETICS: LEADS TO SUCCESS! A study conducted by Penn State University, and the University of South Carolina found that the students who played a sport in high school and were involved in extracurricular physical activities had better grades and test scores. The correlation between good grades and sports is consistently proving that is

Athletics Equity Report

ATHLETICS EQUITY REPORT The California Department of Education (CDE) has issued the Education Equity 2016-17 Program Instrument used to monitor local educational agency (LEA) compliance with laws on equity in the treatment of students. The guidance identifies a new Title IX reporting requirement enacted by Senate Bill (SB) 1349 in 2014. SB 1349 added section