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Student Information - Activities


Kubasaki High School has one of the most extensive, and award winning, extra-curricular activities programs in the Pacific Region. All students are encouraged to take an active part in at least one extra-curricular activity during the school year. Activities include:

Associated Student Body
Chorus
Class Elected Officers
Far East Activity Council
Hip Hop Dance
Instrumental Music
Letter Club
MJROTC Competition
Science & Humanities Symposium
Model United Nations
Mu Alpha Theta (Math)
National Honor Society
Newspaper
Writers’ Club
Yearbook (Print & DVD)
Swimming (offered through MWR)
Boys' and Girls' Basketball
Boys' and Girls' Soccer
Cheerleading
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Tennis
Track and Field
Volleyball
Wrestling
Physicals
Athletes must have a current athletic physical to be eligible for athletic practice or competition. Physicals are good for up to one calendar year. Download the Physical Form here

Code of Conduct
• To be eligible for athletic competition throughout the academic school year, a student must not reach his or her nineteenth birthday prior to September 1st of the new school year.
• Students must pass a current school year sports physical examination and provide a copy to the school. No practice or participation will be allowed until the exam results are on file.
• Students must have a GPA of 2.0 on the most recent report card to be eligible at the beginning of a sports season. Students are monitored weekly to determine eligibility status.
• Students must have a sponsor’s written consent on file with the school.
• Students must be in attendance one-half of the possible periods during the school day to participate in an extra-curricular activity that day. Exceptions will be addressed by the administrator in charge of activities.
• Total abstention from alcohol, smoking, and drug use will be strictly enforced. If an athlete is caught using any of these substances, he or she will be dropped from the team, forfeiting the right to “letter” in that sport.

Eligibility
All DoDDS Pacific students who take part in extracurricular activities must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) with no more than one “F” in any subject. Students not meeting this standard are ineligible to participate. Ineligible students will be monitored on a weekly basis to re-establish eligibility. A student declared ineligible on the Tuesday grade check will be ineligible from Wednesday, 8:00 a.m., through the following Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.

At the beginning of the school year, a student is considered eligible, or not, based on his/her grades from the last semester of the previous year. Ninth graders entering Kubasaki High School are considered eligible and will be re-evaluated at the end of the first grading period.
The sponsor of each extra-curricular activity is responsible for informing students in his/her activity of the contents of this policy. Sponsors are also responsible for enforcing this policy when students are identified as ineligible

Students that quit an athletic team after the official league season has started will not be eligible to participate in another school-sponsored athletic program during that same season.

Last Update 15-Apr-2014
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