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Athletics/Activities Registration

Spring Sports Registration is now open

Please contact Athletic Director Matt Funk if you have any questions or need help.

Sports Physical Clearance Form

The "Sports Qualifying Physical Examination Clearance Form" must be on file in the Athletic Office and current within the past three years prior to the start of the athletic season. It must be signed and dated by a doctor and clearance must be given to participate in sports.

Individual clinic forms and wellness exams must include the date of exam, doctor's signature, and clearance to participate in sports. However, it is strongly encouraged that you use the MSHSL form that follows. 

Student-athletes WILL NOT be allowed to practice or try out without having all the appropriate registration materials complete.  

Please call the Athletic Office with any questions about registration at 651-696-3384 or email the Athletic Director.

Concussion Management

Cretin-Derham Hall provides baseline ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment & Cognitive Testing) for student-athletes prior to each sports season. This online test is administered by the athletic trainer, and scheduled for students participating in football, soccer, basketball, hockey, and lacrosse. Learn more on the Sports Medicine pages.

Band Registration

All band participants are required to complete the same Co-Curricular Forms: MSHSL Eligibility Form, the Emergency Contact Form, and the Chemical/Drug/Harassment Form. A physical exam IS NOT required to participate in Band.

Band Fees:
Uniform rental fee (annual): $35 (everyone pays this every year)

Tux shirt and tie combo: $25 (all 9th-grade boys)

These items will be purchased as needed:
Tux shirt replacement for grades 10-12: $20

T-shirt replacement for grades 10-12: $12 

Bow tie replacement for grades 10-12:  $5

Replacement marching shoes: $10-$12 

If you need to rent an instrument, the annual fee is listed:
Wind players:  $75 per instrument   
Percussion:  $50  (all percussionists pay this; they have LOTS of nice toys to play)

Why parent Meetings are important

Before every athletic season begins there are athletic meetings that detail general athletic rules and policies. The Head Coach will provide information regarding program policies, events, schedules, costs, and tryouts. This is also a good time to ask any questions of the coach regarding the program. The opportunity to order team spirit wear and uniforms may be available at the meeting. Each meeting is approximately one hour in length. It is highly recommended that parent(s)/guardian(s) and student-athletes attend these meetings for each season. If you are unable to attend the scheduled meeting, you should contact the coach directly. You should also frequently check the team webpages as information will be updated throughout the season.