Antelope Valley High School

Welcome to Antelope Valley Athletics!

Congratulations to our
Golden League Champions:
2016 AVHS Football (CIF Semifinalist)
2017 Girls Basketball
2017 Boys Soccer
This has been a banner year in athletics and we look forward to many more championships! 
Congratulations to Antelope Valley Boys Soccer: Your 2017 Golden League Champions! This is the first time in the 100 year history of Antelope Valley High School that the soccer team has been Golden League Champions! 
Congratulations to Antelope Valley Girls Basketball: Your undefeated 2017 Golden League Champions!
Antelope Valley High School has a storied history of athletics that spans over 100 years. We are proud to produce student athletes that are ready to compete at all levels of competition. We look forward to representing our school and alumni in competition and proving that good sportsmanship can be shown as we compete. Please support your local athletic programs as we strive for championships!
Academic Eligibility Requirements


In order to encourage and promote academic excellence, students in grades 9-12 who participate in extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition shall demonstrate satisfactory minimum progress in meeting the requirements for graduation by undertaking the prescribed course of study and meeting the standards of proficiency established by the District.


(cf. 6146.1 - High School Graduation Requirements)


Any student elected or appointed to a student office, or who represents his/her school in extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition, shall meet all the academic eligibility requirements as follows:


Keep at least a 2.0 average on a 4.0 grading scale for the preceding grading period. Each course in which the student is enrolled will be used in the calculations of the grade point average during the period of attendance.  All incoming freshmen shall have first quarter as a probationary period to become eligible or ineligible.

Instruction                                                                                                                AR 6145(b)



 Enroll and maintain passing grades in at least four subjects in each grading period of which only one subject may be physical education.

 Maintain minimum progress toward meeting the graduation requirements of the District, which is defined as passing a minimum of 20 credits, with a 2.0 average on a 4.0 grading scale, the previous grading period.


The grade point average used to determine eligibility shall be based on grades of the previous grading period.


The District schools will consider the following as report periods:

 First Quarter

First Semester/2nd Quarter

Third Quarter

Second Semester/4th Quarter


Citizenship Eligibility Requirements

 To be eligible for participation in extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition, each student shall maintain a positive record of citizenship. Students shall be ineligible for participation if they receive three or more unsatisfactory marks in citizenship during the previous grading period.


The principal will have the authority to remove a student who is representing his/her school from extra/cocurricular activities/interscholastic competition if, in the principal’s judgment, the student’s behavior (prior or present) is of a nature considered not conducive to representing his/her school. A student selected to represent the school/District must meet the school’s and the District’s expectations as a role model for others.  In order to be eligible to represent one’s school, a student must:

 Maintain a high regard for personal standards of courtesy, decency, clean language, appropriate dress, honesty, and wholesome relations with others.

 Display respect for the rights of others, conduct him or herself in a manner which reflects a consideration for the rights and privileges of others, and cooperate with all members of the school community.

 *Maintain regular and punctual school attendance.

Instruction                                                                                                                AR 6145(c)




Attendance Eligibility Requirements


Students are eligible to represent the school in an afternoon or evening activity/competition only if they attend a minimum school day on the day of the activity/competition (240 minutes).


Suspended students are not eligible to represent the school while on suspension.  Eligibility returns at the start of the school day on the first day following the suspension.

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