Bella Vista Bronco Athletics
Athletic Registration Process
Athletes must complete several steps before they can be cleared for athletic participation.
- The parent and student, together, must complete the online athletic registration for each season of sport and upload or submit a hard copy of the physical form to the Athletics office. Registration can be completed by clicking the link below.
- A physical examination and doctor’s certification on the SJUSD Physical Exam document are required. Documents generated by your doctor will not be accepted. In order for the student to be accepted for athletics, the physical must be completed after June 1 prior to the school year in which the athlete plans to compete. You need only one physical annually regardless of the number of sports in which you participate. Print one here - Sports Physical Form.
Athletic Physicals will be offered on July 26 and Aug 3, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM in the small gym. The cost is $25. Bring a Sports Physical Form with you – you can get those in the attendance office or print one from the website.
- Insurance coverage is required to cover possible accidents. You must have medical coverage (at least $1,500). Coverage may be by parent’s private insurance company or school accident insurance policy (www.studentinsurance.com).
- A student has the opportunity to participate/tryout for a team once all athletic registration components have been submitted and the coach has received the verification clearance from the Athletic Director.
Athletic physicals will be offered on campus July 26 & August 3, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM in the small gym. The cost is $25. You will need to bring a Sports Physical Form. You may also obtain a physical from your primary care physician as long as our form is used. Male and female athletes are welcome.
Attention Sophomore and Junior Athletes!If you plan on playing sports in college AND you want to attend a NCAA school, you need to make an appointment with your counselor immediately! NCAA has additional academic requirements that need to be met for athletic eligibility. Do not wait!For additional NCAA information, visit www.ncaa.org