Sports are starting, some after being pushed months, and students participating in athletics at Carondelet High School must be in compliance with all COVID-19 guidelines to be eligible.
As we look forward to rescheduling and starting seasons this year, the Athletics department is committed to keeping student athletes healthy by following all guidelines set by EBAL and the California Department of Public Health.
Tiered Sport System
EBAL has separated sports by tier based on COVID-19 cases in the community. This system dictates which seasons can start practice and competition:
Cross Country, Swim & Dive, 2/1- 3/27
Golf, Tennis 2/8- 5/1
Track & Field 3/22- 5/15
Lacrosse, Softball 3/1- TBD
Soccer, Volleyball, Water Polo - When allowed based on tier status
Basketball, Stunt (competitive cheer) - When allowed based on tier status
All students must be registered and cleared through athleticclearance.com, and physicals must be updated annually.
Per state guidance, athletes are restricted to participating in only one athletic cohort at a time. This also means athletes cannot play in an outside sport (e.g. club team) while playing at Carondelet.
Starting February 24, all in-season athletes and coaches will be required to get a COVID-19 test every two weeks for the safety of other student athletes and coaches. The school will host testing on: 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, 03/31, 04/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19
Depending on their sport’s tier, athletes will have to submit a negative COVID-19 test result every 14 days.
Our Athletics Dept. held a town hall on February 3. You can watch or re-watch the recording below: