This year's volleyball camp will be run by the head varsity coach, Scott McQueen. Coach McQueen has 17 years head coaching experience, including 2 State Championships (2012 & 2013) and 2 State Runner-Up appearances. He also has coached at the club level for 17 years. This year's camp will be run at the high school gymnasium from July 11-15, 2016. Learn More >
Pre-Participation Physical Exam
In an effort to help prepare for the 2016-2017 school year, ACSC has partnered with Hendricks Regional Health to provide quality, low cost pre-participation physical exams. This partnership allows each school to keep a portion of the fees charged from each exam completed. Students MUST have a physical on file dated after April 1st, 2016 before being allowed to participate in summer activities.
New from the IHSAA for next year:
- The most current version of the IHSAA PPE Form must be used and may not be altered or modified in any way.
- The PPE Form must be signed by a physician (MD or DO) only after the medical history is reviewed, the examination performed, and the PPE Form completed in its entirety. No pre-signed or pre-stamped forms will be accepted.
IMPORTANT FACTS for physical night:
- Who: All 2016-2017 middle school & high school students
- When: Monday, May 2th at Avon High School (Auxiliary Gym) at 6:00pm
& Thursday, May 12th at Avon South Middle School at 6:00pm
(Students can attend either physical date regardless of grade level)
- Cost: $20.00 (paid at the time an appointment is scheduled.)
- Physical Form: Online or in each schools’ athletic office
Scheduling for appointments open April 4th!
To schedule an appointment:
- May 2nd at AHS stop by the athletic office or call 317-544-5045
- May 12th at AMSS please visit AMSS or AMSN or call 317-544-5700 (South) or 317-544-5500 (North)
Plan to arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before the scheduled appointment time. The complete physical exam will take approximately one hour.
NCAA / NAIA Eligibility Information
The eligibility of Avon student-athletes for competition in collegiate athletics is a joint effort of the student-athletes/parents, coaches, Athletic Department, and Guidance Department. In order to be eligible to play Division I or II college sports, students must meet certain academic standards in core course completion, GPA in core classes, and SAT/ACT scores. Students need to find the best academic and athletic fit! Learn More >
IHSAA Athletic Eligibility & Participation Rules
A Basic Guide for Schools, Students and Parents
Your high school years will provide some of the most memorable and enjoyable moments you will ever experience. Competition in interschool athletics is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, which will influence you forever. Your participation in high school athletics is dependent on your eligibility. Keep that eligibility. Read the following summary of Indiana High School Athletic Association rules which govern your participation. Review the rules with your parents/guardians. Ask questions of your principal, athletic director/s and coaches.