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Athletic Parents

How to clear your student athlete

The Department of Athletics at Dougherty Valley High School is committed to enriching campus life through a program of interscholastic athletics. We promote the development of qualities in the student-athlete that will serve the participating individual and our community.  At Dougherty Valley high School we believe athletics is an integral part of the educational process. The many lessons that athletics can learn include: sportsmanship, self-discipline, teamwork, commitment, and developing self-confidence, as well as dealing with success and overcoming adversity. These are lessons that will last a lifetime. The true value of High School athletics rests in the learning of these lessons and working to develop future leaders.

Our CIF/NCS/EBAL sport offerings include:

Fall: Football, girls tennis, girls golf, girls volleyball, cross country, water polo 

Winter:  Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Soccer, Wrestling

Spring: Badminton, Baseball, Softball, Swimming, Diving, Track and Field, Lacrosse, Stunt, boys volleyball, boys tennis, boys golf

All registration and paperwork is due 1 week prior to first tryout date

Tryouts begin:

Fall Aug. 9th - Winter Nov. 1st - Spring Feb. 7th

Our online collection period (window) for the required online Athletic Clearance Registration will open on:

Fall June 21st - Winter Sept. 6th - Spring Dec. 6th

Please make sure you register under the 2021-22 school year when you log into AthleticClearance.com.  Student showing unclear have not been processed by the office staff, students showing denied are missing a current physical or my have incomplete information in their registration. (Please check spam folders for denial emails.)

If you have any questions please contact Nechia Miller

Currently we offer 26 programs with a coaching staff of over 100 coaches. Our coaches embody the principles of the Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal-Coach* job description. , *see PDF.

DVHS is a member of the EBAL (East Bay Athletic League) and NCS (North Coast Section) and we have well over 1200 student athletes.

Planning on College Athletics

Have you thought about what it takes to continue your athletic career at the college level?  Our campus supervisor Lance Butler has put together a packet of information for student athletes and parents located outside the athletic directors office with information from the NCAA Eligibility Center.  Click on this link for the packet or visit the ncaa.org for more information.  

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