The interscholastic athletic program is an integral part of the educational program at 'Aiea High School. It is designed to provide our students with the opportunity to participate in a broad scope of interscholastic activities. The primary concern of the athletic program is the welfare and educational development of the student-athlete. 'Aiea High School believes that the athlete must remember that he/she is a student first, and an athlete second. He/She must be aware of his/her responsibility to himself/herself, team, school, home, and coach.
All participants from 'Aiea High School are required to have medical insurance prior to team tryouts to be eligible to participate in any sport. No athlete shall be eligible to try out or practice unless there is, on file with the Athletic Trainer, a signed medical doctor’s statement for the current school year certifying that the athlete has passed a physical examination, and that in the opinion of the examining doctor that the athlete is fully able to compete in the activities listed on the form. Also, no student shall be eligible without a signed parental consent located on the opposite side of the medical form. All athletes must pass all of his/her subjects as required for graduation as of the last grading period prior to the season and also must maintain a 2.0 minimum grade point average.
Also, before considering any participation in any athletic sports it is very important to be educated on the Risks involved. Please view the OIA Risk Management video here --> At Risk Video
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