FALL Sports Registration
Fall Sports start Monday, August 11th. Registration begins on Monday, August 4th in the Activities office at Cooper High School. Forms are also available on the Registration/Eligibility tab above.

The philosophy of Robbinsdale Area Schools' athletic programs is to provide an opportunity for students to develop and use athletic skills in a structured environment which provides meaningful competition, enhances physical and mental well-being and teaches positive values.
Fall Sports Season:
Fall Sports Season:

The following programs begin on August 11:
(Forms are due August 8)
Boys & Girls Cross Country Running
Boys & Girls Soccer
Girls Swimming
Girls Tennis
Girls Volleyball

The following program begins on August 25:
(Forms are due August 22)
CI Adapted Soccer

Registration materials can be picked up in the athletic office on August 4th or you can download the forms on this website. Highlight on Registration/Eligibility on the top menu bar and then click on Athletic or Fine Arts Registration follow the steps. Athletic Forms and fees can be returned to the CHS Activities office beginning Monday, August 4, 2014. Activity office hours are 6:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

For Athletics, prior to the date of practice, students MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF A SPORTS QUALIFYING PHYSICAL EXAM, DONE WITHIN THREE (3) CALENDAR YEARS (November 2011). Check with the athletic secretary or the school nurse to confirm that a current physical is on file before the sports practice season starts. If the student does not have a copy of a Sports Qualifying physical on file with the school nurse, the parent/guardian should call their doctor/clinic and get a copy. If the doctor's office needs a form to fill out, a copy of our physical exam form may be picked up in the athletic office or download on the CHS website. If the student has not had a physical in the last three (3) years, then the student must get a physical. It is a Minnesota State High School League rule that all students participating in sports must have a current up-to-date physical on file with the school at the time of registration. (The physical must state whether the student is able to participate in sports.)

Competition is a way of life.
No athlete wins every match or every game. No athlete plays well every day or with complete confidence every time. No athlete is proud of every performance either physically or mentally. No athlete has complete control every minute of every day. But the athlete does know the difference between having played well and having played poorly. The athlete knows when the mental, physical and emotional have been integrated or when one part of the individual has been unable to adapt to the stress. The athlete knows the difference between play that is fair or unfair. He or she knows the difference between being strong or weak, prepared or unprepared, skilled or unskilled. The athlete knows the price of excellence, the worth of pain, the desirability of joy and the self's ability to achieve. Competition is not all good bad, but to the athlete it requires total commitment. Such commitment offers the committed a chance to gain more than by a non-committed life. To learn to compete well is to learn to live well, for not only is competition a way of life, it is life. Only those who dare to accept the bad with the good, the work with the fun, the sorrow with the happiness, and the defeats with the victories, will ever achieve or accomplish much in the sports world. So it is with life.
-Author Unknown
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