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Fall Sports

Fall season try outs: May 2024

TCCA Competitive Fall Sports: 

  1. Middle School Volleyball, Girls, 6-8
  2. Middle School Cross Country, Co-Ed, 6-8
  3. High School Cross Country, Co-Ed, 9-11
  4. Competitive Cheerleading

*Middle/High School Golf (Coed) are TBA.* 

*All teams are TBA based on participation. *

 Parents are responsible for all transportation to and from practices and events that are held off campus

Please be aware that each scholar-athlete will have to meet the following guidelines in order to participate:

  1. Meet the standards of TCCA Pillars of Virtue
  2. Meet the minimum grade point average (2.0 overall) at the conclusion of the previous school semester  (Fall sports will require a 2.0 or higher at the end of Spring 2023 semester.) If you are unsure of how to check this, please contact Danielle Sinatra
  3. Complete the participation paperwork (includes a physical evaluation, consent/release forms, a notarized travel form and certificates of completion for 3 online videos)- DUE August 1st, no exceptions.

*Scholar-athletes cannot participate in their home zoned school sports teams if there is a competitive team offered at TCCA. If there is not a competitive team at TCCA your scholar may participate in that sport at their zoned school. Please contact Danielle Sinatra if your scholar is interested in playing for a home zoned school team.*

If you have any further questions regarding sports, please contact Danielle Sinatra at 

TCCA/FHSAA Guidelines:

Scholar-athletes must complete all of the participation paperwork prior to start of the season in order to be eligible for participation. In addition,  FHSAA guidelines require scholar-athletes to be earning a 2.0 or higher overall GPA to be eligible for participation. 

Scholar-Athletes must abide by the TCCA dress code at practices and events.

FHSAA Hydration and Rest Guidelines

  • Rest time should involve both unlimited hydration intake and rest without any activity involved. 

  • For every 30 minutes of practice, there must be at least a minimum five minute rest and hydration break.

  • The area identified for rest should be considered a “cooling zone” and out of direct sunlight. This area can include ice sponges, cold immersion tubs and other cooling alternatives to facilitate the cooling process.

  • Coaches should promote a heat injury prevention philosophy by promoting unrestricted access to water at all times without consequence.

  • A student-athlete should never be denied access to water if he/she requests

  • For sports utilizing helmets (i.e. lacrosse, baseball, softball and others), helmets should be removed during rest time.