Sports Can Be a Great Training Ground for Life Lessons.
We know that coaches hold the key to developing student-athletes. We see success as "Instructing and inspiring our student-athletes to reach their full potential by giving maximum effort every day."
As coaches, we realize the obligation to model the values and commitments that we hold others to.
|• Perseverance||• Effort|
|• Attitude||• Resilience|
|• Self-Control||• Preparation|
|• Relationships built on trust|
|• Accept and embrace struggle as an opportunity to learn.|
|• Accept constructive criticism.|
|• Be both encouraging AND demanding.|
|• Attempt to get at least 1% better each day.|
|• Create an atmosphere of trust.|
|• Grow as leaders.|
|• Grow others to be leaders.|
• Lead, teach and care in a way that is consistent with our core
Athletic Documents & Forms
Student Documents & Forms
|Athletic Physical Form||Dual Sport Application|
|SALT Application||New Student/Athletes|
Parent Documents & Forms
|Service Fee Info||2017-18 Parent Handbook|
|Student Insurance||Parent Role in School Sports|
Coach Documents & Forms
Coach Evaluation Process
|Evaluation Procedure||Coach Self Evaluation|
|Post-Season Coach Evaluation||Coach Evaluation (Student)|
|Practical Coach Assessment|
Collegiate Athletic Information
If you are interested in participating in collegiate athletics, make sure to communicate that desire with your Guidance Counselor and the Athletic Office. There are specific rules and regulations that MUST be following while attending High School.
|Key Factors in Being Recruited|
|Probability of Competing Beyond High School|
Health & Safety
Athlete Physical Information
Prior to participation or tryouts, all athletes must have a current athletic physical on file. Physicals must be dated after April 15 in order to be valid for the entire following school year.
Athlete Concussion Information
Concussion education material can be found at the following website. Please view this information before your child participated in school sports or summer camps.
The following form must be completed and submitted to the athletic office before a student-athlete who has had a concussion or a suspected concussion may return to the field of play.
The MSHAA will now cover doctor visits for concussions or suspected concussions on a supplementary basis. Click the link below to download the form needed policy coverage.
Athlete Insurance Information
MEDICAL COVERAGE CHANGE:
Fruitport Schools no longer provides supplementary insurance coverage for athletic injuries. Parents may purchase sports injury or 24-hour insurance through First Agency of Kalamazoo. Students may also be eligible for coverage through the State of Michigan.
First Agency Insurance Plans
It is strongly recommended that each family review their insurance coverage prior to sports participation. For further information contact the athletic office 865-4034.
Service fees for the 2016-17 school year are $85 per player (High School) regardless of the number of sports played. At the Middle School, the charge is $25 per sport, with a maximum of $75 per school year. Fees must be paid within one week of the first practice.
Student Athlete Leadership Team
Student Athlete Leadership Team
The SALT team is a small group of student-athletes that voluntarily meet twice per month to develop their personal leadership skills in order to be a positive influence on the fields, courts, and in the hallways of Fruitport School.
“Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” ~ Jack Welch
Office: (231) 865-4035
Fax: (231) 865-6351