General Athletic Information
May 7, 2021
The Port of Los Angeles High School is hosting an Athletic Information Zoom Meeting for Incoming POLAHS 9th grade students and their parents/guardians on Thursday May 27, 2021 at 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
High School athletics is an enriching experience for high school students. There are requirements which are monitored and regulated throughout the State of California regarding academic based athletics and participation. Any incoming POLAHS 9th grade student and their parents/guardians interested in finding out more about the athletic programs offered at Port of Los Angeles High School, the required athletic paperwork and physical in order to try out and play sports, the academic requirements, etc. please try to join us for a Zoom meeting on Thursday May 27, 2021 @ 6:00 pm being hosted by Mr. Roger Cosgrove, the Director of Athletics for the Port of Los Angeles High School.
May 6, 2021
Incoming POLAHS 9th Grade Student - Athletes and All Returning POLAHS Student - Athletes:
For the new school year 2021/2022, all returning student/athletes and incoming and enrolled 9th grade student - athletes need to turn in new athletic packets with a current physical (physicals are only valid for one year from the date of doctor signature) beginning on
July 1, 2021 (first day of acceptance of new packets) onward. I encourage you to get your packets in early with the new school year as the forms must be completed and correct - high school athletics is monitored closely and must be cleared by the school before participation is allowed. You may access the athletic packet by clicking on the attached scanned form and print it out and fill it out or come by the front of the school office and pick up a printed hardcopy.
To access the scanned form to print:
Director of Athletics
Port of Los Angeles High
May 5, 2021
The following information just came out from the State CIF office:
April 30, 2021
Re: CIF 2020-21 Participation Census
Due to the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to education-based athletics,
the CIF State Office will not be conducting the annual participation census for the 2020-
21 school year.
However, this does not negate California law (Education Code Section 221.9) that
requires all public primary, secondary, and charter schools offering competitive
interscholastic athletics to report on their school website (or district website if no school
site exists) information about boys’ and girls’ athletic participation by the end of each