Participation in interscholastic activities as a part of NMSHS’s educational program is a privilege, not a right. To participate, students are required to meet standards of personal behavior and academic performance. In this regard, the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) and its members may exercise the fullest discretion permitted under the law. Please refer to the CHSAA Bylaws & Handbook and the NMSHS Athletic Director for specific clarification in areas of athletic discipline code, age, semester, practices and transfer rules.
A registration packet must be completed to participate in interscholastic athletics. It includes a current physical (signed by a doctor/MD) and a participation fee of $185 per sport (not to exceed $405 per family per year - middle and high schools combined). Registration materials are available on the NMSHS Registration & Fees page one week before registration. If a student decides not to participate or is cut from a team, he/she must contact the Athletic department to request a fee refund prior to the first competition or the fee will be forfeited.
Additional CHSSA Information
- CHSSA Website: http://www2.chsaa.org/
- CHSSA Calendar: https://chsaanow.com/tools/calendars/
- CHSSA Bylaws & Handbook: https://chsaanow.com/tools/bylaws/
STUDENT-ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION
- Athletic Eligibility
- CHSAA Eligibility Requirements
- Transfer Students or Students Not Attending NMSHS
- Flowchart of Participation in Other Schools' Sports
CHSAA Eligibility Requirements
Transfer Students or Students Not Attending NMSHS
Flowchart of Participation in Other Schools' Sports
ATHLETE HEALTH & SAFETY
NMSHS is fortunate to have a trainer who provides our athletes the support they need. If you have questions, please contact our trainer, Kyle Kahl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See below for additional information on head injuries, hydration, and keeping our athletes safe. Additional health information can be found on the NMSHS Health Room page.
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BVSD has a concussion management plan to care for student-athletes.
Athletes are encouraged to drink water during all physical activities to prevent significant dehydration.
NO PLACE outside is safe when thunderstorms are in the area!!
Head Injury and Concussion Information
- General Concussion Information
- Concussion Resources
- What are signs and symptoms of a concussion?
- What should you do if you think your child has a concussion?