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CIF Eligibility Requirements

  1. An annual physical examination, or a statement by a medical practitioner, certifying that the students is physically fit to participate in athletics is required before a student may try out, practice, or participate in interscholastic athletic competition.
  2. Athletes are prohibited from using any form of alcohol, tobacco, or illegal drugs going to and/or coming from an interscholastic contest.  The penalty is disqualification from that contest.
  3. Students may compete only during the first eight semesters of high school attendance.
  4. During a season of sport, students may not practice or participate on both a school team and a non-school team in the same sport or its equivalent.
     
  5. During a season of sport, students may not practice or participate on both a school team and a non-school team in the same sport or its equivalent.
  6. Eligibility requirements for athletics are the same as any extra-curricular activity at THS.
  7. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 4 classes (10 units at each quarter, 20 units at each semester.)
  8. Students who move to another school after enrollment in 9th grade, except when moving with their parents or legal guardians, will not be eligible for the first 180 school days (or entire school year) after enrolling in the new school.
  9. Students who reach the age of 19 before September are ineligible for that school year.

For more information visit California Interscholastic Federation.