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Athletic Handbook

 
 
Click here to access the Athletic Code of Conduct and guiding procedures for Rocklin HS Athletics:
 

Athletic Staff

 
 
 

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Informational Videos

National Letter of Intent

 

Requirements for Participating in the RHS National Letter of Intent Signing Day:

1) All student athletes must be participating in a sport at the Division I, II or III levels.  

2)   All student athletes must have participated in the signing sport on the Rocklin HS campus. (Students signing for sports not offered at Rocklin HS may participate in the NLI Signing Day.)

3)   We are unable to accommodate student athletes participating at the Jr. College level or         walk-ons.

4)   Each athlete must provide it's school's signing day letter on the day of the signing event. Rocklin HS will not provide any paperwork for official signings.  

For questions please email Ms. Tillery at atillery@rocklin.k12.ca.us

There will be 3 signing events this school year to recognize the accomplishments of athletes and their college decisions.  

This year's dates are as follows:   Nov. 8, 2017          Feb. 7, 2018            April 11, 2018

One week prior to signing day, please turn in the signing day information sheet to the college and career center:

Parent Info Night

 
MANDATORY FOR PARENTS TO ATTEND:   
 
Fall Sports Info Night - Thursday, August 3, 2017 6pm in RHS Cafeteria
 
Winter & Spring Info Night - Monday, October 30, 2017 6pm in the RHS Cafeteria
 
Note:  if you attend in the Fall, you do not need to attend again in the Winter.

RHS Athletic History

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Sports Medicine

Transfer Students

 
TRANSFER STUDENTS:
 
All students coming to Rocklin HS from another school MUST speak with our Athletic Director after meeting with our School Registrar and enrolling for classes. CIF must approve ALL transfer students for athletic eligibility.  CIF forms may be required, subject to the conditions of the student transfer.  See CIF bylaws 206, 207 and 510 for student transfer details (www.cifsjs.org)

Vision & Philosophy

 
 

Vision

The Rocklin High School Athletic program is and integral part of the Rocklin High School learning experience.  The RHS student athlete experience is a result of the “six Pillars of Success” as outlined in the Rocklin High School handbook; a lifelong learner and continually improving.   

Philosophy

The Athletic Department's philosophy is a result of the systemic philosophy of Rocklin High School and the structures that facilitate these beliefs.  Specifically, the “Six Pillars of Success” that outline our expected learning results (ESLR’s) have driven our Athletic philosophy.  They include the following:

Character - Humility, Respect, Honesty, Integrity, Responsibility, Leadership, and Sportsmanship

Communication - to communicate openly and honestly in constructive manner.

Commitment - to be “present” and dedicated with your whole heart to the goals of self, team, school and community.    

Curriculum - to develop self-directed learners through the process inherent within the skills, ability and knowledge of each sport.    

Challenge - “Embrace the battle” – Fearless and self motivated players and team that persevere / excel in pressure situations and do not let the final outcome discourage them from maximizing their potential.

Community - We are a united group of people that believe in being part of something bigger than ourselves which brings out the best in each of us as individuals.  To that wend, we create and institute methods to support and enhance team, school and city-wide community.

Athletic Leadership