HIGH SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION CLEARANCE:
At NO TIME should any athlete "drop off" required documents to the main office or AD's office. Please follow the procedure below!
In order for HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES to be cleared:
IF you do not meet the above qualifications, you will not be permitted to tryout/attend any workout sessions.
ALL parents, athletes, and coaches are required to review the NCHSAA Eligibility and CrashCourse Concussion prior to the first official contest. Please click the qr codes link below to find these crucial videos!
IMPORTANT DSA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC: QR CODES
ATHLETES: if you still need a physical for the 2022-23 athletic year, here is an NCHSAA $25 option. Make sure you have the 22-23 NCHSAA required physical form when you go and make sure the medical professional clearly writes the date of the physical AND signs the form! This coupon is valid through 12/31/22:
click here: FASTMED $25 PHYSICALS
FastMed: "If you tested positive for covid19 in the last 6 months, you must get a physical from your primary care physician or sports med specialist."
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Please review our website and if you have questions afterwards, please email the appropriate Athletic Director
MIDDLE SCHOOL AD (grades 6-8): Coach McRae Persephan_McRae@dpsnc.net
HIGH SCHOOL AD (grades 9-12): Coach Green firstname.lastname@example.org
DSA USES DIGITAL TICKETS ONLY FOR ALL ATHLETIC EVENTS
Please note: they are available the DAY of the event. PLEASE SELECT MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL CONTESTS AND HIGH SCHOOL FOR HIGH SCHOOL EVENTS!
Info for tickets:
Ticket taker will scan tickets @ entry. Please have your digital tickets ready for seamless entry into contests~
Middle School (6-8th grade) Athletic Director
Phone: 919.560.3926 ext. 23209
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We believe that all athletic personnel should strive to teach the basic principle of an attitude toward leadership, competitiveness, fair play, self-discipline and the responsibility for adult living.
We further believe that a pursuit of these personal and group goals are vital to the perpetuation of a healthy democratic society.
Durham School of the Arts adheres to the rules and regulations of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) supplemented by state and the Durham Public Schools policies that create an environment that promotes sportsmanship and strong educational priorities.