Sports Information

Sports Information
Jordan Duke


The following is a list of sports for the Fall, Winter, and Spring seasons. Students interested in participating in any sport should speak with his/her counselor, check the Tryout Information web-page, listen to the daily Public Announcements or ask the Athletic Director, Coach, or a Physical Education teacher for tryout information. Any student wishing to try out for any sport must have a current Physical Report on file in the Health Office. Forms are available on the GHC website on the Athletics web-page.


Cross Country (Boys/Girls)

Frosh/Soph, JV, Varsity

Basketball (Boys/Girls)

Frosh/Soph, JV, Varsity

Track & Field (Boys/Girls)

Frosh/Soph, Varsity

Volleyball (Girls)

Frosh/Soph, JV, Varsity

Soccer (Boys and Girls)

JV, Varsity

Volleyball (Boys)

JV, Varsity

Golf (Girls) Wrestling (Boys/Girls) Golf (Boys)
Water Polo Team (Boys) Water Polo Team (Girls)

Swim & Dive (Boys/Girls)

Frosh/Soph, Varsity

Tennis (Girls) Cheer Pep Squad Tennis (Boys)
Football JV, Varsity  

Baseball (Boys)

Frosh/Soph, JV, Varsity

Tennis (Girls)  

Softball (Girls)

JV, Varsity

Cheer Pep Squad   Cheer Competition

Sports Eligibility

Students who participate in sports must meet all of the eligibility requirements established by the City Section of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Students must be currently enrolled at GHC, meet the academic requirement of 2.0 grade point average at the 12-week and Final Semester grading periods and have no detentions and debts. Students must pass a physical and show proof of insurance because of physically rigorous competitions. Students must also follow the State and GHC Assessment Policy. Other eligibility requirements may be required by CIF; please contact the Athletic Director for further information. Students missing classes because of participation in athletics are responsible for contacting their teachers for make-up work.

Concussion/Head Injury

A concussion is a brain injury that can be caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head, or by a blow to another part of the body with the force transmitted to the head. Even though most concussions are mild, all concussions are potentially serious and may result in complications including prolonged brain damage and death if not recognized and managed properly. Because GHC has elected to offer an athletic program, we must immediately remove from a school-sponsored athletic activity for the remainder of the day an athlete who is suspected of sustaining a concussion or head injury during that activity. The athlete may not return to that activity until he or she is evaluated by, and receives written clearance from, a licensed health care provider. If the licensed health care provider determines the athlete has a concussion or head injury, the athlete shall also complete a graduated return-to-play protocol of no less than 7 days in duration under the supervision of a licensed health care provider. On a yearly basis, a concussion and head injury information sheet must be signed and returned by the athlete and the athlete’s parent or guardian before the athlete initiates practice or competition. This requirement does not apply to an athlete engaging in an athletic activity during the regular school day or as part of a physical education course.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Charter School is invested in the health of its athletes, especially their heart health. Sudden cardiac arrest (“SCA”) is when the heart stops beating, suddenly and unexpectedly. Those wishing to participate in athletics at Granada Hills Charter must review the information sheet on sudden cardiac arrest included in the athletic packet. Information may also be found via this link:

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