Welcome to the Gilbert Public Schools Superstition Junior High School Conference
Tryouts for our Quarter 3 sports will begin on January 8th and go through January 12th. There will be an informational Parent meeting on Thursday, January 4th to go over the Quarter 3 sports. Specific times for each sport will be shared at a later time. We have the following sports for Quarter 3:
◾ 7th/8th Flag Football
◾ Chess (non-cut)
◾ Danceline (non-cut)
If your student is interested in any of these sports, please make sure that they are registered on Activate (www.registermyathlete.com). They must have a physical done by the doctor and completed on the AIA form (see link below) before they are cleared to tryout. If your student tried out/participated in a Quarter 1 or 2 sport, please log into your Activate account and make sure the new Quarter 3 sport registration is added to your student. A new physical is not needed. Do not pay any fees at this time.
Online Athletic Registration Register My Athlete Watch step-by-step instructions for Register My Athlete Click to Download the printer-friendly Pre-participation Physical Evaluation - AIA 2023-24 First Quarter Sports Calendar
How to Pay Athletic Fees
- Parents and or students can come into the office* to pay with cash, check, credit card, or money order. (Students cash or check).
- Log into your Parent Portal account and make the payment through Infinite Campus- Athletic Fees are paid under the “Items at Students' School” tab.
- Payments can be made through Aktivate with an additional fee.
Payments can be made as a tax credit. Please specify which sport.
Junior High Athletics Information
2023/24 JUNIOR HIGH SPORTS SCHEDULE | JUNIOR HIGH ATHLETICS CALENDAR
First Quarter (August 1st-September 30th)
- Boys Volleyball
- Cross Country
- Boys Soccer
Second Quarter (October 16th-December 14th)
- Girls Soccer
- Boys Basketball
- Danceline (@ DRJHS, GCA, GrJHS, HJHS, SVJHS)
Third Quarter (January 8th-March 7th)
- Flag Football
- Girls Basketball
- Danceline (@ DRJHS, GCA, GrJHS, HJHS, SVJHS)
Fourth Quarter (March 25th-May 16th)
- Track and Field
- Girls Volleyball
Gilbert Youth Athletics Overview
Gilbert Youth Athletics is committed to providing top-tier coaching, utilizing elite facilities, and focusing on the overall development of each student-athlete starting in elementary school and junior high. It is our belief that great athletes must develop fundamental skills at a young age which prepares them for a future of success as they progress through high school and college programs.
Our slogan of Two Steps Ahead comes from the promise to our community that we provide an unparalleled program in terms of coaching, facilities, and competition with an emphasis on character and sportsmanship while having fun. With player development being the focus we are able to identify the playing ability of all athletes and begin a structured approach to facilitate growth. All coaches are Gilbert Public Schools employees, with many currently being on a junior high or high school coaching staff.
Student Athletics Eligibility Requirements
All Junior High & High School students must meet eligibility requirements and complete required forms to participate in athletic programs.
Academic Eligibility Requirements
The student must pass all classes (minimum of 5) at the end of each grading period and not carry any "Unsatisfactory", "Incomplete" and have a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Students must be enrolled in 5 classes. Exceptions are available for a senior online to graduate. Seniors must be enrolled in a minimum of 4 classes. Contact the school's athletic office for clarification.
The student-athlete must live within the school attendance area. If the student-athlete does not live in the attendance area, they must have an approved open enrollment form on file and meet additional requirements set forth by the Arizona Interscholastic Association. See the school or district athletic director for further information.
Charter school students are not eligible to participate in athletics for any other school. They are only eligible at the school they attend. If the sport is not offered at their school, they are still not eligible to participate at any other school. This is an Arizona Interscholastic Association Bylaw.
Home-schooled students must be registered with the State Department of Education. If registered, homeschooled students are eligible in the school district in which they reside. Home-schooled students must meet all other conditions of athletic eligibility including academic requirements.
If a student becomes 19 years of age after September 1st, they are eligible to compete for the remainder of the school year. A student athlete is only eligible for eight semesters from the time of enrollment in the 9th grade. The 7th and 8th semesters must be consecutive.