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Athlete Eligibility Requirements, Health Insurance and Clearance Procedure

Requirements for athletic clearance

The 20-21 athletic clearance website is now available. If you plan on trying out for a sport this year, please feel free to begin the process now. Our first season will begin in December 2020. 


In order to be cleared to try out for a sport, the following steps must be done.

---Parents/guardians and the student athlete should visit the athletic clearance website and create an account. On here you will be able to view our Wilcox Athlete Guidelines and all other requirements. Parents/guardians and student athletes will then digitally sign acknowledging they have received and reviewed the materials. 

---Student athletes must have health insurance. If you are in need of health insurance you can purchase a low cost plan. Please see the section to the right called Options for Health Insurance.

---Student athletes must have a current physical on record. Physicals are good for 365 days. Once your physical is completed, please upload it to the Athletic Clearance website. If you are unable to submit it online, please turn a copy in to the head coach or athletic director. It is recommended that you keep a copy for your records. 

---Here is a link to a form to take to the doctor for your physical. 


Due to COVID-19 we are unable to offer paper packets at this time. 

Other eligibility requirements

This is not a comprehensive list of requirements, but rather a few other reminders of some of the requirements to be eligible to play a sport. 

- During the season, the student athlete must be enrolled in 20 units.

- For the previous grading period, the student athletes must have been enrolled in 20 units and received a 2.0 GPA. If they received a 1.6-1.99 GPA they may apply for  academic probation. If you are in this situation, please discuss the matter with your coach. 

- Student athlete must not have turned 19 prior to June 15th of the preceding year.

- If student athlete ever attended a different high school, it must be determined whether or not CCS transfer paperwork should be filled out. Please speak to your coach or an athletic director to determine what steps need to be taken. 


options for health insurance

To participate in a sport, students must have health insurance. 

Below are different options for lost cost programs you can purchase. 

Flier for Santa Clara County Child Health and Disability Prevention Program

Link to K-12 Student Voluntary Accident Insurance

K-12 Special Markets Insurance for Students Preschool - Grade 12

K-12 Special Markets flier English 

K-12 Special Markets flier Español