Athletic Director Jennifer K. Lynch: (508) 829-6771 ext. 1629
Wachusett Regional High School fields 26 girls and boys sports teams during the fall, winter, and spring seasons, at the varsity, JV, and freshman levels. The cost to participate in a sport is $250/athlete per athletic season with a maximum of $350/family per season. People seeking more information about the WRHS athletic program should contact athletic director Jennifer Lynch.
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Winter Sports registration is now open: All candidates for a WRHS sports team must register online to try out. To access Online Winter Sports Registration, click here. This letter from Athletic Director Jennifer Lynch explains the online process.
Winter Sports Tryout Information: Tryout times and locations for WRHS winter sports teams can be found on the Winter Sports page of the Athletics Department website.
General Information Regarding Tryouts: All candidates for a WRHS sports team must register online to try out. As the sports seasons approach, people should connect to the individual season pages to find specific information for each sport, such as tryout times and locations.
Physical Examination: In addition to registering online, students must present a copy of a valid physical to the school nurse before the start of tryouts. Students should have a physical examination performed by their family doctor. A physical examination form should be filled out and signed by the doctor. For the Fall 2015 sports season, the Health Office will be open to collect and verify valid physical forms beginning Monday, Aug. 3, when summer Health Office hours of 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. begin. For students unable to see a family doctor, physicals will be offered at the WRHS Health Office on the following times/dates: 10 a.m. to noon, Wed., Aug. 5; and 6 to 8 p.m. Tues., Aug. 18. Students must sign up for WRHS physicals during the summer by calling the WRHS main number, 508-829-6771, ext. 0. An adult must accompany anyone under the age of 18. Physicals are valid 13 months to the day of the exam. It is the family's responsibility to ensure the physical is valid for the entire sports season. Students who do not have a valid physical on file will not be allowed to participate in tryouts/practices. Notes from doctors will not be accepted.
Students who do not register online and/or do not present a physical examination form to the school nurse will not be allowed to participate in tryouts/practice sessions.
NO ONLINE REGISTRATION + NO PHYSICAL = NO TRYOUT
Payment of Athletic Fee: Parents should pay their child's athletic fee through our automated payment center. To access the online sports activity fee payment center, click here. There is no fee for trying out for a team. Payment should not be made until tryouts are completed and the child is named to a team roster.
WRHS Athletics Department Policy on Social Media: Students are reminded to use good judgment in their use of all social media. The full Athletic Department policy on Social Networking and Media can be found here.
WRHS Athletic Schedules: All WRHS team schedules can be accessed online. Click here to access complete WRHS schedules. A Parent Guide offers help in navigating the site and gives parents instructions on how to access our schedules and receive updates in regard to scheduling changes, postponements, etc.
Physical Exam Requirements: The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association requires that students be covered by a physical exam for the entire season of sports participation. The full requirements, and their effect on parents and student-athletes, are explained in a letter from Athletic Director Jennifer Lynch.
The Wachusett Regional School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, ELL status, housing status, or other protected status in the operation of the educational programs, activities, or employment policies, and no person will be excluded from or discriminated against in admission to its public schools, or in obtaining advantage and privileges in regards to courses of study and extracurricular programs of such public schools on account of race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, ELL status, housing status or other protected category.