For over 100 years now, many successful student athletes have called the Antelope Valley High School campus home. This proud tradition lives on as Antelope Valley Athletics look to continue their winning ways well into the next century. AVHS graduates have gone on to attend some of the most highly ranked college athletic programs across the nation and strive to compete at the highest level in both sports, and life.
Currently our Lopes have their sights set on future Golden League and CIF titles and beyond. Lopes are contenders, not just on the field, but in the classroom. Please support our student athletes as they strive to represent Antelope Valley in tradition, athletics, education, and beyond...
LIVE STREAMING OF ALL AVHS SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES!
We will be streaming all home contests for all all levels during the year! We think you will enjoy the ESPN-style set-up for our indoor and outdoor sports. All you do is go to the link below, take a few seconds to create a free account, and you will be there live!
Click on the link below and it will take you to our streaming page to sign up for your account (easy to do) and enjoy the live-streamed games.
Antelope Valley High School is proud to announce that we have partnered with the NFHS Network, and we've invested in new technology that will bring you every game from Brent Newcomb Stadium at Mays Field and the Antelope Valley Large Gym LIVE.
Join the NFHS Network for full access to:
- All Antelope Valley live and on-demand sports broadcasts
- All other sporting events from around the Nation
Friends and family members who can’t make the game will never miss a play again!
Here's how to watch:
1) Visit www.NFHSnetwork.com
2) Search for Antelope Valley and go to our page
3) Subscribe and Follow
Thank you for your continued support of Antelope Valley athletics. We look forward to bringing you top notch broadcasts of our athletic events!
PHYSICALS AND ONLINE CLEARANCE
All returning and incoming athletes must have completed the Athletic Clearance process before they can participate in any summer and/or school-year sports activities. The Athletic Clearance is valid for one year and must be repeated on an annual basis. Failure to renew the Athletic Clearance prior to summer will result in the student not being able to participate in any summer and/or school-year activities at Antelope Valley High School.
Participation is only allowed after the Athletic Clearance has been approved by Antelope Valley Athletic Department. Since the 2017-2018 school year the Antelope Valley Union High School District will be using an online Athletic Clearance Process. The only papers that need to be turned in are the physical exam certification that is signed by a medical professional and the bus waiver. Step by step instructions for completing the online process with screenshots matching each step are listed in the AVUHSD Athletic Packet. You will need your physical document, insurance information, and student present in order to complete the online process.
The physical exam certification that is signed by a medical professional can be done by your healthcare provider. However, Dr. Massari is currently open and athletes can bring $20 and get a physical there quickly.
Students must be cleared both online AND with the physical form to participate in athletics.
Dr. Massari AIM Offices
1051 West Columbia Way Ave M Ste 209 Lancaster, CA 93534
Students can go to their primary physician with the form and also get cleared (during a wellness visit, etc.).
The clearance process is two steps:
A. The online clearance process:
1. Go to https://athleticclearance.com/
2. Use your username and password from the previous year (if not, they will have to retype everything in a new account). If new, follow the form below.
3. Choose "Start Clearance Here"
4. Important: Choose the date for "Year" (for example, 2021-2022)
5. Choose Antelope Valley (CIF-SS) for "School"
6. Choose the first sport you are getting cleared for under "Sport"
7. Follow Steps #1-#4
8. Be sure to click on other sports if the athlete plays multiple sports.
B. The physical clearance process:
1. Bring a copy of the "blue card" to your physician:
2. Parent/student need to fill out the student information on the top of the form
3. Have the physician fill out the form in the middle section: sign and date.
4. The parent needs to sign and complete the parent authorization section.
* For football the insurance policy and parent initial MUST be signed on the parent authorization section.
If you have any questions, please email Mr. Chronister at firstname.lastname@example.org
As the school opens up, the athletics office will send out more information. Please let all students know.
In order to participate in any sport, the student must meet the following requirements:
2.0 grade point average each quarter and semester grading period
Maintain minimum progress toward graduation
Maintain acceptable citizenship
California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Requirements:
May not have reached his/her 19th birthday prior to June 15th of the current school year.
Have attended high school not more than eight semesters.
Have passed with at least a “C” (2.0) average 20 credits of work for the prior grading period of which only 5 credits may be Physical Education; be passing in 20 credits of new work for the current grading period.
Have met residential requirements. Transferring from one school to another may affect your eligibility under the CIF Southern Section rules.
Not compete on any outside team in the same or any other sport during the season of any sport.
Pass a physical examination within the previous 12 months
Be covered by or obtain athletic injury insurance. California Education Code Sec. 32221 requires every athletic team member to have accidental body injury insurance of at least $1,500 medical and hospital benefits. Make sure to include the name of the insurance company and policy number on the website.
Parent/Legal Guardian: If you change insurance during the school year, it is your responsibility to provide the school site with your new insurance information. Please log back in to: www.AthleticClearance.com and update this information. Make sure the secretary of athletics has this information on file.
Transfers: Complete and sign the CIF Parent/Legal Guardian/Student Certification Form that is turned into the Athletic Director. Receive notification from the Athletic Director that the student has been cleared for athletic participation by the CIF Southern Section.
Academic Eligibility Requirements
In order to encourage and promote academic excellence, students in grades 9-12 who participate in extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition shall demonstrate satisfactory minimum progress in meeting the requirements for graduation by undertaking the prescribed course of study and meeting the standards of proficiency established by the District.
(cf. 6146.1 - High School Graduation Requirements)
Any student elected or appointed to a student office, or who represents his/her school in extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition, shall meet all the academic eligibility requirements as follows:
Keep at least a 2.0 average on a 4.0 grading scale for the preceding grading period. Each course in which the student is enrolled will be used in the calculations of the grade point average during the period of attendance. All incoming freshmen shall have first quarter as a probationary period to become eligible or ineligible.
Instruction AR 6145(b)
EXTRA/COCURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/INTERSCHOLASTIC COMPETITION
Enroll and maintain passing grades in at least four subjects in each grading period of which only one subject may be physical education.
Maintain minimum progress toward meeting the graduation requirements of the District, which is defined as passing a minimum of 20 credits, with a 2.0 average on a 4.0 grading scale, the previous grading period.
The grade point average used to determine eligibility shall be based on grades of the previous grading period.
The District schools will consider the following as report periods:
First Semester/2nd Quarter
Second Semester/4th Quarter
Citizenship Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible for participation in extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition, each student shall maintain a positive record of citizenship. Students shall be ineligible for participation if they receive three or more unsatisfactory marks in citizenship during the previous grading period.
The principal will have the authority to remove a student who is representing his/her school from extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition if, in the principal’s judgment, the student’s behavior (prior or present) is of a nature considered not conducive to representing his/her school. A student selected to represent the school/District must meet the school’s and the District’s expectations as a role model for others. In order to be eligible to represent one’s school, a student must:
Maintain a high regard for personal standards of courtesy, decency, clean language, appropriate dress, honesty, and wholesome relations with others.
Display respect for the rights of others, conduct him or herself in a manner which reflects a consideration for the rights and privileges of others, and cooperate with all members of the school community.
*Maintain regular and punctual school attendance.
Instruction AR 6145(c)
EXTRA/CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/INTERSCHOLASTIC COMPETITION
Attendance Eligibility Requirements
Students are eligible to represent the school in an afternoon or evening activity/competition only if they attend a minimum school day on the day of the activity/competition (240 minutes).
Suspended students are not eligible to represent the school while on suspension. Eligibility returns at the start of the school day on the first day following the suspension.
|Antelope Valley High School Athletic Participation Data 2020-2021|
|CROSS COUNTRY BOYS||BASKETBALL BOYS||BASEBALL BOYS|
|Junior Varsity||0||Junior Varsity||12||Junior Varsity||No team|
|CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS||BASKETBALL GIRLS||GOLF BOYS|
|Junior Varsity||0||Junior Varsity||6|
|FOOTBALL Boys||SOCCER BOYS||SOFTBALL|
|Junior Varsity||25||Junior Varsity||11||Junior Varsity||18|
|GOLF GIRLS||Boys Wrestling||SWIMMING BOYS|
|Junior Varsity||4||Junior Varsity||0|
|TENNIS GIRLS||SOCCER Girls||SWIMMING GIRLS|
|Junior Varsity||9||Junior Varsity||0|
|VOLLEYBALL GIRLS||Girls Wrestling||TENNIS BOYS|
|Junior Varsity||10||Junior Varsity||0||Junior Varsity||0|
|Number of Students by gender:||839||783||Varsity||21|
|Number of Athletes:||253||171||Junior Varsity||0|