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How to Register

Registration Information

Registration may be done online through the online registration link. To access the link, hover over the Registration tab at the top of the site and click the appropriate link in the drop down menu. All online forms must be completed and submitted to the High School Activities Office before a student is eligible for practice.
 

To become eligible for any co-curricular activity, the following procedures should be completed:

 1.       A sport physical exam is required by the Minnesota State High School League every three years. Once turned in, it is kept on file in the Activities Office until expiration. (Please note: Regardless of the EXACT date of the exam, it is SHS policy that ALL physicals expire on 6/30 of the 3rd school year.) MSHSL Physical Examination forms are available on the Forms page under the registration tab.  Pay special attention that the doctor completes the form along with a signature and date of the exam.  Please note that incoming 7th graders need a new sports physical for this year. Physicals done before 1/1/2019 preceding the 7th-grade year are NOT acceptable unless they competed as a 6th grade wrestler or tennis player.

YOU WILL NEED A PROPERLY COMPLETED, CURRENT PHYSICAL ON FILE IN THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE BEFORE BEING CLEARED FOR PRACTICE!

 2.       At the beginning of EACH NEW SPORT SEASON, registration must be completed online. This is to update any emergency medical information that may have changed from the previous season. The online registration system allows you to create a log in and keep the information on file. You only need to update what you are registering for and make any necessary changes to pertinent information. 

3.       The online registration system covers the Emergency Medical Form, the Permission, Acknowledgement and Insurance Waiver, the MSHSL Eligibility Statement, and the Annual MSHSL Sports Health Questionnaire.  These forms must be completed online and submitted by all those planning on participating in band, choir, drama, math league, speech, student council, youth-in-government, athletics, and cheerleading.

 

4.       The fee structure for the school year for any student in grades 7-12 are as follows:

All Sports, Cheerleading, Robotics and Speech  $150 

High School Band and/or Choir, Math League, HOSA, HS or MS Knowledge Bowl   $85

HS or JH Drama*, One Act Play*, Spring Musical* $85

[* only for cast members who perform on stage]

There is a per-person limit of $450 each year and a family limit of $600 (grades 6-12 inclusive).

***Families are ultimately responsible for saving receipts and keeping track of their own limits***
If financial assistance is needed, please contact the Activities Office. 

 

When the online registration is submitted and the physical exam is turned in to the Activities Office, the student is placed on the eligibility list for that particular program.  Each program coach/advisor then receives a copy of the eligibility list – if a student’s name is not listed on the eligibility list, they WILL NOT be allowed to practice or participate.  All information will be placed on file in the Activities Office. Each time a student goes out for an activity, he/she must go through the Activities Office to confirm their eligibility and verify that all registration is complete.