Athletic Program

Summit Preparatory Charter High School Athletic Program


Summit Prep is an active participant of the Private School Athletic League (PSAL) consisting of 14 area schools located on the Peninsula and South Bay. The PSAL is governed by the Central Coast Section (CCS) of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Summit has a strong presence in the league in all sports including League Championships: Boys Soccer (2012), Girls Soccer (2015 and 2016), Boys Baseball (2015). Thank you to all the parents who support this program and our student-athletes throughout the year with their many hours of volunteering! Without you we would not have a program.

Season Registration Sports
FALL Registration:
May 1 to May 31
Physical due:
August 6
Girl’s Volleyball
Girl’s Cross Country
Boy’s Cross Country
WINTER Registration:
October 1 to October 31
Physical due:
October 31
Girl’s Basketball
Boy’s Basketball
Girl’s Soccer
Boy’s Soccer
SPRING Registration:
January 1 to January 31
Physical due:
January 31
Boy’s Baseball

 

 

Announcements

Please sign up on the school website for HuskyBytes to read important sports announcements. Practice and Game schedules are posted along with other information and announcements on MaxPreps.

 

Athletic Online Registration

All registrations are to be completed online prior to the deadlines listed above for each sport. Once registration is completed the student receive and email from the site. A student-athlete is not allowed to participate unless they are listed on the MaxPreps roster.

 

Physicals

Students are required to have a health physical to participate in the Sports Program. Make an appointment with your doctor after June 1 to cover the entire school year for all sports. Physicals are good for one year. Example; A June 2, 2016 covers the school year 2016 to 2017. A hard copy of the physical must be turned into school prior to tryouts.

 

Grade Eligibility Requirements

In order to be eligible to participate in Summit Athletics, a Student Athlete needs to maintain a 2.0 GPA and cannot have an “incomplete”, “N/A” or failing in any one class. Summit maintains these CCS-CIF standards (CIF Article 20, Section 205) and uses unweighted grades to calculate GPA. The registration due date is the first grade check date to qualify to participate in any one sport except for Fall sports. Fall Sports will rely on the final grade for the previous year to determine grade eligibility. All student-athletes are required to maintain this minimum standard throughout the season of play. Grade checks are done monthly and posted by the Administration.

 

Time Commitment

Most sports require an athlete to practice and or games 3 to 5 times per week. No practice is longer than 2.5 hours. Students are required to work 2 Stanford concession events for each sport played anywhere from 4 to 8 hours.

 

Concessions Commitment

Stanford Concessions allows Summit Athletics to raise funds each year to support up to 50% of the annual budget. Events include all Stanford home football games and continues with multiple sporting events throughout the year. Each student-athlete is asked to work 2 events per sport of participation. If a student is running Cross Country and plays Soccer they would be asked to work 4 events. When a parent works an event along with the student-athlete it counts towards the students obligation. Sign up early to get your preferred event. Adult volunteers are needed at every event to work and supervise. Summit parents are asked to be leads at these events and we are always looking for new managers.

 

Donations

Donations are gladly accepted at any time. You may choose to donate at the time of online registration. The recommended donation is $250.00 per sport. You may also mail or drop off donations at school made out to “Summit Prep Athletics”.

 

Multiple Teams

Students who participate in a varsity sport are prohibited from playing the same sport during the same season for another organization. In other words, if a student plays varsity girls volleyball at Summit Prep, that student is prohibited from participating on a club team volleyball team during the fall season. (California Interscholastic Federation-Central Coast Section “CIF-CCS” Regulation)

 

Transfer Students

If a student transferred from another high school and he/she desires to play a sport, please contact the Athletic Director at summitprepathletics@gmail.com ASAP. Additional paperwork is need to be cleared by CCS before participation is approved.

 

Volunteers

Parent volunteers are needed throughout the year. Duties include uniform distribution and collection, Huskybytes submissions, statistic and or scoring duties, transportation (carpool) coordinator, photographer and many more duties. Many opportunities are available. Please contact the Athletic Director with your availability an support.

Please e-mail the Athletics Director, Mike Lofberg, at mlofberg@summitps.org with any questions.