Irvine High Summer Athletics Skills Camps Tentative Dates
The Irvine High School Athletics Department is proud to announce its annual Summer Skills Athletics Camp. Fueled by a strong commitment by both our athletes and our coaching staff, the camps are designed to teach fundamental skills in each sport ant to help build the proper strength and conditioning.
Due to Covid-19, the tentative start date for Summer Skills Camps will be June 22. The start date will be delayed in increments of two weeks based on State and Health Agency guidelines and directives. Coaches and Athletic Directors will make plans to limit group sizes if large group gathering restrictions are still in place.
Please note all athletes must be cleared before participating in camps and tryouts through athleticclearance.com. Click Here for directions on how to complete the athletic clearance process.
Camps are open to all athletes, are purely recreational, and completely voluntary. Daily attendance aids in development but is not required. Participation in the camps is not offered for credit and is not a prerequisite for access to participate in athletics during the school year.
Irvine High School offers 24 athletic programs designed to enrich the mental, physical, and emotional well-being of all students by providing competitive opportunities in which focuses on striving to win, and the lifelong values of sportsmanship, individual effort, teamwork, integrity and commitment are emphasized.
|Athletic Clearance: All students wanting to play a sport must complete the online athletic clearance process through AthleticClearance.com.|
NON-DISCRIMINATION IN ATHLETICS
The District does not discriminate in enrollment in or access to any athletics program available. Admission to these programs is based on age appropriateness, team roster space, aptitude, and meeting academic eligibility requirements. The lack of English skills shall not be a barrier to admission to or participation in the District’s activities and programs.
The District’s facilities and equipment provided for students are comparable and equitable to both sexes without disparity or imbalance, consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s record.