Be A Viking Athlete

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Register as a Viking Scholar-Athlete

North High has a thriving athletics program and we want your student to be involved and engaged! 

Scholar Athlete Eligibility

To try out for and participate in Viking Athletics, students must either attend North High, CEC Middle College, DMHS, attend neighborhood high school and/or live in the North High boundary. If the student does not attend North High School, the family will need to complete the Student Without a Program Application.

The progress and eligibility for each student will be reviewed every Thursday, at 8 a.m. Any assignment submitted after 8 a.m. on Thursday will not count towards eligibility. Weekly consists of the following:

  • No more than 1 F on the most recent end of semester transcript

In order to tryout, scholar-athletes and families must submit the following items in order to receive their Golden Ticket into tryouts and official practices.

Fall Sports, which includes Boys Soccer, Cheerleading, Boys Tennis, Football, Softball, Boys Golf, Volleyball, and XC will begin with tryouts and official practice on Monday, August 5th (Boys Golf) and Monday August 12th (Boys Soccer, Cheerleading, Boys Tennis, Football, Softball, Volleyball, and XC).

Register for Fall Sports and E-Golden Ticket
  • Parent/Guardian Consent: Please provide consent for your student to participate in Fall Sports through the following link: www.familyid.com/organizations/denver-north
  • Pay to Play Fee: Submit your $60 pay to play fee through FamilyId website only. Cash or check will not be accepted at the school. Students who qualify for free and reduced lunch may pay a reduced fee of $10.00 but will be required to provide proof of Free and Reduced Lunch status to the school.
  • Physical Exam: A current physical exam must be submitted to the Main Office. If a student needs a physical, the Denver Health/Denver North school based clinic will open the week of July 29, and can provide this examination for free. Please call 720-423-2718 to make an appointment.
  • Register with CHSAA: Students are required to register with CHSAA to track eligibility at https://www.planeths.com/
    • Some students have already created an account during the 2018-19 school year.
  • *Academic Transcript review- Students that earned 2 Fs in the Spring Semester (incoming 10th grade-12th grade), will be ineligible to participate for 50% of the season
The New and Improved E-Golden Ticket: Approved or Not Approved for Tryouts

All students must provide documentation to their Coach that they have been approved for tryouts. Previously this was known as the Golden Ticket.

FamilyID has recently improved their processes so that we can pass along these efficiencies along to families. The Golden Ticket is now an email that the family will receive from FamilyID. (Please note that the physical exam still needs to be dropped off to the main office. We need a hard copy on file.)

The North HS Athletic Office will initiate an email from FamilyID that shows Approved once the below registration items have been submitted. Coaches will have a running list of students that have been approved for tryouts.


Futures Athletics Program

Current 8th Graders can get involved in North High Vikings Athletics! Typically beginning May 1st, current 8th/incoming 9th grade students and current 9th – 11th graders can participate in Futures opportunities in Football, Volleyball and other sports.

Fall Sports

All incoming 9th-12th grade students are highly encouraged to complete the Fall Sports questionnaire. Incoming 9th grade students can begin joining the High School practices beginning on May 1st.

Cheerleading & POMS Dance Team

Cheer/Spirit Tryouts

Please visit the North High Cheerleading website or contact Head Coach Alyssa at denvernorthcheer@gmail.com for more information.

Coach Alyssa

POMS Dance Team

Coach Chantal Chicoine

Cross Country

Our XC team is active throughout the calendar year. Contact Coach Hector or Coach Jeff

Boys Golf

Information Meeting, Saturday May 5, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. for all Interested 8th Grade & High School Students and Parents at Willis Case Golf Course, 4999 Vrain St, Denver, CO 80212. Learn About the Vikings Golf Program and Resources Including: How to register for North Vikings Athletics; Overview of summer golf lessons/practices and tournaments; Development of Golf Mentor Program; University of Denver Sport & Performance Psychology graduate students support for mental strengthening exercises to play at a higher level and develop strong strategic thinking to tackle every golf course we play.

For more information contact Coach Tony, 303-961-8340, or Coach Jeremy, 701-306-3333.

Football

Spring Football

Interested in playing Viking Football in the Fall? Spring Football will begin May 8th and will go from Monday to Thursday, until May 25th. Please note that we have pushed the start date forward one week. Football is currently working out in the weight room Monday to Thursday. Looking forward to seeing you out there! Contact Coach CJ Hanna

Boys Soccer

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, at 6 p.m.
Contact Coach Clay Porter

Softball

8th Grade RBI/Futures Softball

  • *May 1st, 4 to 4:30 p.m. *NEW DATE – Futures Information Night for 8th Grade Families at North High
  • May 1st, 4 to 4:30 p.m. – Futures meet and greet with current & Futures players
  • May 4th, 4 to 6 p.m. – RBI Tryouts
  • May 5th, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. – RBI Tryouts (If needed)
  • May 7th, 4 to 6 p.m. – first day of RBI Practice
  • May 12th, Viking softball field work/picnic 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Please contact Head Coach Sara Tani with questions.

Boys Tennis – Coming soon!

Volleyball

The Futures Volleyball Program for Current 7th- and 8th-Graders

Camp begins on Monday, 4/16/18, at 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tryouts will be held on Monday, 4/23, at 4:30 p.m. both held at the North High Gymnasium. Games are Monday & Wednesday at Denver South High & Manual High School throughout the month of May. Games begin at 4 p.m.

Contact Coach Marlene Chavez with questions or for more details.

Winter Sports

Boys Basketball

Open Gym: Tuesday and Wednesday, at 6 p.m. (tentative)
chrisfergdog@msn.com

Girls Basketball

Open Gym: Tuesday and Thursday, 4 p.m. (tentative)
Erin_Olson@dpsk12.org

Girls Swimming & Diving – Coming soon!

Wrestling – Coming soon!

Spring Sports

Baseball

8th Grade RBI/Futures Baseball

The Summer RBI/Futures Baseball Season is approaching quickly. Both RBI Futures Baseball and Softball opportunities are sponsored by the Colorado Rockies. RBI Baseball Contact: Ernesto_Marquez@dpsk12.org

Girls Golf

Information Meeting, Saturday May 5, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. for all Interested 8th Grade & High School Students and Parents at Willis Case Golf Course, 4999 Vrain St, Denver, CO 80212. Learn About the Vikings Golf Program and Resources Including: How to register for North Vikings Athletics; Overview of summer golf lessons/practices and tournaments; Development of Golf Mentor Program; University of Denver Sport & Performance Psychology graduate students support for mental strengthening exercises to play at a higher level and develop strong strategic thinking to tackle every golf course we play.

For more information contact Coach Tony, 303-961-8340, or Coach Jeremy, 701-306-3333.

Boys Lacrosse – Coming soon!

Girls Lacrosse – Coming soon!

Rugby – Coming soon!

Girls Soccer – Coming soon!

Boys Swimming & Diving – Coming soon!

Girls Tennis – Coming soon!

Track & Field – Coming soon!

Physical Education Waiver

Physical Education/Dance, Citywide Marching Band, ROTC, or DPS Athletics – Ten semester hours (1 unit) of Physical Education or Dance shall be earned or an equivalent shall exempt the student from this requirement. Equivalents shall include Citywide Marching Band, ROTC, DPS Athletics. Athletic sports that are sanctioned by the Denver Public Schools Board of Education and meet the criteria below may exempt a student from the physical education graduation requirement. No grade or credit will be given for athletic participation and such exemptions will not reduce the total number of hours required to earn a diploma. Both semesters of the physical education requirement may be exempted by athletic participation.

Criteria governing physical education exemptions:

  1. The student must maintain academic eligibility for the entire season.
  2. One full sports season is required to exempt a student from five semester hours (5 units) of P.E. requirement.
  3. A student must be a high school freshman, sophomore, or junior to qualify for the exemption.
  4. Seniors who have not yet met the physical education requirement are not allowed to take this exemption and must enroll in a physical education course.
  5. The waiver must be requested in the same semester that the sport is played. (Rationale: this aligns the criteria of the Board policy and with the guidelines provided on the Criteria for Athletic Exemption form that is located within the High School Procedures Guide. Provides clarification.)
  6. Two full sports seasons would need to be completed in order to meet the exemption requirement for 10 credit hours.

Varsity Lettering

Baseball – Boys

Requirements for baseball lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in baseball – a player must participate in half of the team’s innings. A pitcher must appear in 35% of the games.

Basketball – Boys/Girls

Requirements for basketball lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in basketball – 20 quarters.

Cross Country – Boys/Girls

Requirements for cross country lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in cross country – competing in 5 varsity meets or placing 1st in any varsity, dual or triangular meet, or placing in the top 10 in the city meet.

Football – Boys

Requirements for football lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in football – represent the school in 10 quarters of varsity contests.

Golf – Boys/Girls

Requirements for golf lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in golf – representing the school in 2 league matches and winning 2, playing in 4 matches, or playing in 2 matches as a member of the championship team.

Lacrosse – Girls/Boys

Requirements for lacrosse lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in lacrosse – participate in 5 halves.

Soccer – Boys/Girls

Requirements for soccer lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in soccer – 10 halves.

Softball – Girls

Requirements for softball lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in softball – a player must take part in 27

Swimming – Boys/Girls

Requirements for swimming lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in swimming:

  1. A swimmer must earn 30 points in dual meet competition or place in the top 3 of the city varsity swimming meet or qualify for the state meet.
    • Note: Points scored in relays are divided equally among the 4 relay members.
  2. A diver must earn 24 diving points or place in the top 3 places of the city swimming meet or qualify for the state meet.
Tennis – Boys/Girls

Requirements for tennis lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in tennis – representing the school in 4 league matches and winning 2 or playing in 6 matches.

Track – Boys/Girls

Requirements for track lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in track:

  1. Average 3 points for each league meet held during the season.
    • Note: In the DPSAL Relays, only members of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd relay teams for each event will score points or fractions of points for a letter award.
  2. Scoring a point or fraction of a point in an individual event, or being a member of a placing relay team in the Denver Public Schools district meet, state meet or any meet that includes 10 or more schools.
Volleyball – Girls

Requirements for volleyball lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in volleyball – a girl must participate in 50% of all scheduled varsity league games.

Wrestling – Boys

Requirements for wrestling lettering – see League Standing Rules – General, II, B, C and D, Awards. In addition, the following should serve as a guideline for receiving a letter in wrestling – wrestling in 1 league match and earning 6 points, wrestling in 2 league matches and earning 6 points, wrestling in 4 matches, or earning a fraction of a point in the city or state tournament.