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High School Athletic Forms & Documents

Union County Public Schools is pleased to partner with Family ID for online registration for the 2018-2019 school year! These forms must be completed prior to any involvement in pre-season skill development sessions or tryouts.

How to register to participate in athletics in UCPS:

NEW STUDENT ATHLETES:

Step 1: Create a FamilyID Registration (valid from July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019). Click your school's name below to register. 

Step 2: Download the UCPS Athletic Eligibility packet upon completion of your FamilyID Registration submission. 

Step 3: Submit UCPS Athletic Eligibility packet to the Athletic Director of your high school. 

You will receive an email notifying you once you submit your FamilyID registration and will receive another email notifying you once your registration has been approved. Please allow time for staff to process the registration for approval. 

RETURNING STUDENT ATHLETES THAT HAVE USED FAMILY ID PREVIOUSLY: 

Step 1: Do not create a new FamilyID account! Log into your FamilyID account and submit a registration (valid from July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019). If you do not remember your login, please contact your schools Athletic Director. Click your school's name below to register. 

Step 2: If your physical is valid (within the last 395 days) and on file at your high school, there is no need to submit a new pre-participation form or physical. 

You will receive an email notifying you once you submit your FamilyID registration and will receive another email notifying you once your registration has been approved. Please allow time for staff to process the registration for approval. 

 

By completing the FamilyID registration and the UCPS Athletic Eligibility packet, my child and I have read and understand the athletic eligibility requirements to participate. I understand, any forgery or failure to properly sign the information contained in the eligibility packet (including Family ID online registration) may result in fines and penalties to my child's school and/or the ineligibility of my student-athlete for 365 days.

Don't Get Caught Without a Valid Physical! 

The NCHSAA states that in order to be eligible for practice or participation in high school athletic activities a player must receive a medical examination once every 395 days by a duly licensed physician, nurse practitioner, or physician's assistant. If the athlete's physical expires they become ineligible and can not practice or play until a current physical is on file with the school. This includes in season and out of season workouts.

Click here to download the NCHSAA 2018-2019 approved physical form. 

Student Accident Insurance Information 

Click here to access the Accident and Health Student Insurance Information 

You must attach a copy of the Coverage and Premium Application Summary AND the Student Insurance Card to your eligibility packet!

UCPS Athletics Guidelines and Policies