Athletics

Camas School District offers several non-cut sports and competitive athletic programs starting at the middle school level.

Middle School Sports

Project-Based Learning Program  students can take part in athletics programs at their home school. Transportation is provided.

  • 1st Season: 8 Football, 6/7/8 Girls Cross Country
  • 2nd Season: 6/7/8 Wrestling, 7/8 Girls Volleyball
  • 3rd Season: 7/8 Girls Basketball, 7/8 Boys Basketball
  • 4th Season: 6/7/8 Track
High School Sports

Hayes Freedom High School students can take part in athletics programs at CHS. Transportation is provided.

  • Fall: Cheer Team, Football, Boys Golf, Boys Tennis, Girls Slow Pitch Softball, Girls Soccer, Girls Swimming, Volleyball, Cross Country
  • Winter: Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Girls Bowling, Dance Team, Gymnastics, Boys Swimming, Wrestling
  • Spring: Baseball, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Boys Soccer, Softball, Track & Field
Fees & Forms

Student-athletes must have a current physical, which is good for two years from the date of the exam, a concussion form, and a medical emergency form. Additionally, they must have purchased his/her ASB card and paid the athletic fee before the first practice.

In order for student-athletes to self-carry and self-administer medication for asthma or severe allergies, the Authorization for Administration of Medication Form must be completed by a licensed health care provider and the parent/legal guardian.

The following forms must be completed and submitted to your school’s Athletic Office before a student may participate.

Eligibility: To take part in a high school sports, student-athletes must meet Camas School District’s scholastic and conduct requirements.

Fall Eligibility: The last grading period of the previous school year determines whether a student is eligible to participate in fall sports. As such, the eligibility of incoming ninth-graders depends on their third trimester grades from middle school.

Grade Requirements: Student–athletes must end the school year with a grade point average of at least 2.0 and no more than one failed class.

Probation: Student-athletes who are academically ineligible will be placed on academic probation and disallowed from participating in competition. More information on probation can be found in the Handbook.

Conduct: Please review the full guidelines for student-athlete conduct in the Camas School District Athletic Handbook

Activities

Students across the district have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities headed up by our incredible staff and volunteers.

Elementary School Activities
  • Robotics
  • Science Olympiad
  • Coding
  • Crossing Guards
Middle School Activities

Project-Based Learning Program  students can take part in athletics programs at their home school. Transportation is provided.

  • ASB
  • Robotics
  • Science Olympiad
  • Coding
  • Knowledge Bowl
  • Theatre
  • Choir
  • Band
High School Activities

Hayes Freedom High School students can take part in athletics programs at CHS. Transportation is provided.