Files & Links
2017-2018 VHSL Physical Form Feb 2017 versionFeb2017.pdf
For the 2017-2018 school year.
FCPS Emergency Care FormECC.pdf
Emergency Care Form needs to be completed and turned in before any student can participate.
VHSL Physical FAQ sheet for 2017FAQ171.docx
All athletes need to turn in a VHSL physical form before they can tryout. Here is more information on the VHSL form and how to make sure you are eligible to play.
2017-2018 Participation PledgeStudent Participation Policy 2017-2018 FINAL.pdf
Please ONLY turn in the 2017-2018 versions of this form.
Weight Room Permission formWEIGHT_ROOM_USE_BY_HS_STUDENTS.pdf
The Weight Room Permission Form is necessary for any student who uses the weight room during the school year.
Student Driver/Passenger FormPassanger Form.pdf
Any student planning to drive, or be a passenger, to and from a sports event or practice needs to complete this form and submit it to her or his coach. (Please notice the Driver's License and Vehicle Insurance Information Form must also be completed and submitted.)
Driver's License and Vehicle Insurance FormDriver's License and Vehicle Insurance Form.pdf
Any student planning to drive, or be a passenger, to and from a sports event or practice needs to complete this form and submit it to her or his coach. (Please notice the Student Driver/Passenger Form must also be completed and submitted.)
Northern Region Out-of-Season Practice PolicyOut of Season Practice Policy Voted 12-7-11.docx
The purpose of the Norther Region Out-of-Season Practice Policy is to enhance the experience each of our student athletes has in their high school sports’ careers and to help them benefit from our coaches’ skill and knowledge. The Northern Region believes in the value of activities and the role they serve in producing well rounded students. We encourage our student athletes to participate in as many school sports and activities as possible and highly recommend that each member of the Northern Region cultivate this climate at their respective schools.
TJ Alumni playing sports in CollegeColonials Competing in College.docx
Check out all the TJ Colonials playing at the next level in college!
Concussion Education Website
https://www.fcps.edu/activities/student-athletics EVERY year, every athlete and one parent of every athlete must view a short on-line presentation about concussions.
The site includes a link for parents and a link for the student-athlete. Once the parent has completed the slide show, it will issue a certificate. We suggest that the parent print off a copy for their records. Parent completion of the concession education program will be entered automatically into a database that the Athletic Trainer and Activities Office will access. Firefox is the best web browser to use to view this presentation. It does not work well with Safari.
After the student-athlete has completed the slide show, there is no certificate to print. His/her completion will also go into that same database.
The Activities Office and the Athletic Trainer will use that database to confirm that the concussion test has successfully been completed by both the parent and the athlete. The completion of the concussion education program, a VHSL physical and an Emergency Care Information form are required before a student may tryout.
If you have any questions, please contact the Activities Office.
There are many resources available on the Virginia High School League (VHSL) website - the VHSL Handbook, our Directory of Schools, information about scholarship programs, sportsmanship guidelines and required forms, to name a few.
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FCPS Athletic Programs
All the information about FCPS Athletic Programs.
NCAA Eligibility Center
It is important that every student who might want to participate in collegiate sports at the D1 or D2 level complete this NCAA initial eligibility application.
American Sport Education Program
ASEP is committed to improving amateur sport by encouraging coaches, officials, administrators, parents, and athletes to embrace the 'athletes first, winning second' philosophy and by providing the education to put the philosophy to work