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What sports are offered at PBHS?
- Football (JV and Varsity)
- Cheerleading (JV and Varsity)
- Cross Country (Boys and Girls)
- Girls Volleyball (JV and Varsity)
- Golf (Boys and Girls)
- Swimming (Boys and Girls)
- Basketball (JV and Varsity) (Boys and Girls)
- Competitive Cheerleading
- Soccer (Boys and Girls)
- Baseball (JV and Varsity)
- Softball (JV and Varsity)
- Tennis (Boys and Girls)
- Track (Boys and Girls)
- Girls Flag Football (JV and Varsity)
- Boys Volleyball
What do I need in order to participate?
- FHSAA approved physical form. This is different from the physical form for admission to school. It must be the FHSAA form. Physicals are good for 365 calendar days.
- A copy of your insurance card.
- Parent Consent form
- Broward Health form
- Sportsmanship Policy
- U 18 Medical Release
- Heat-Related Illness
- An unweighted GPA of 2.0
How do I find out about summer camps and preseason workouts?
- The best way to find out about events such as camps and workouts is to email the coach. The email addresses are provided in the link at the top of this page.
What kind of training does each team do before the season?
- Each team is different in their pre-season routines. We like each sport to have at least 1 week of conditioning prior to its season starting. When conditioning starts, all paperwork must be turned in.
- Students without the proper forms will not be permitted to condition or tryout for the team.
Can I play two sports at the same time?
- In most cases, it’s not going to work, but it has in certain circumstances. The sports that it seems to work with are non-team sports. Accommodations can be made, but it’s up to the coach’s discretion.
What time are practices?
- Generally the practice times for the majority of our sports programs occur after school. The end time varies based on the sport, coach, and available venue to practice.
- Most sports practice from about 4-6 pm.
How do I get home from practice?
- Parents can pick you up, or you can ride the city bus. We do not provide a school bus to your house after practices or games. It is the responsibility of each player to make sure that they have a ride home after events. Coaches are required to stay until the last athlete is picked up, so please make sure that you have transportation arranged.
I play club and have club practice during my season, is that a problem?
- We love that many of our students have a love and desire to take their games to the next level. However, it is very important that the coaches are able to develop a team atmosphere that will enable the team at PBHS to compete at the highest level. b. We feel that it is necessary for players to be at practice on a regular basis to be fair to all students participating. Some club seasons overlap with the high school season, and we do not want athletes to give up the level of competition of their club sports for high school sports. But we do expect athletes to attend PBHS practices on a regular basis or face dismissal from the team and/or lack of playing time.
How much do sports cost at PBHS?
- The ability to play sports is a right of all students in Broward County Public Schools. The Athletic Department and sports teams will be doing fundraisers during the school year in order to better serve our athletes. Although it is not required to participate in fundraisers, we appreciate everyone’s help and support.
What schools do we play?
- Each sport is a little different as far as who is in its district (league). The majority of our districts include Dillard, American Heritage, and Hallandale. You can check your particular sport’s district on FHSAA.org.
- The remainder of the schedule is filled in with other Broward County Public Schools.
How many games does our season contain?
- Most sports are limited to 20 contests and tournament games.
When are tryouts and when does the season begin and end for my sport?
- Click on the link below and find your sport 2017FHSAADates.pdf
Any additional questions?
- Please email Jason.firstname.lastname@example.org