For anyone interested in participating in Water Polo (fall sport) and/or Swim (spring sport) as a freshman during the 2020-21 school year, please let us know by completing the linked sign-up form below.
Boys Water Polo uses email for it’s primary form of communication so please include any parent and/or athlete email addresses that you’d like to receive correspondence.
Signing up on this form does not obligate you to participate should you change your mind, but it will allow you to receive information related to summer water polo training as well as the fall high school water polo season.
Wed, June 2: THS Sports Physical Day
Mon, June 7 – Thu July 29: Boys Summer Training & Conditioning
- 7-9AM: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
- No practice Monday July 5
- USA Water Polo membership required (more info on USWP here)
- Complete new athlete sign-up linked above to receive latest details
Thu, July 29: Final deadline for submitting completed Sports Physical packets
- Packets MUST be completed and submitted by 6PM on Friday July 29 in order to begin tryouts. See post below.
Mon, Aug 9: Voluntary conditioning
Wed, Aug 11: First day of classes
Athletes will need their Sports Physical Packet turned in completed before the start of official training. Packets are available at the Student Activities office and must be turned hand delivered directly to the Athletic Trainer – Mr. Collins – in the Athletic Training room (next to the boys locker room) at the following times:
- July 19-23 | 3-6pm
- July 26-29 | 3-6pm
Packets must be hand-delivered to the athletic training room . Do not turn into office, mail, or email. A checklist of what needs to be returned is on the front page of packet. Masks will be required and physical distancing must be maintained. Only one family unit (athlete and/or one adult parent from same household) will be allowed at a time.
The CIF announced today that on July 20th they will release details for the start of Fall Sports.
TUSD announced today guidelines for Fall Sports to begin summer conditioning on Monday, June 15. Unfortunately TUSD will not allow Water Polo to use the pool for conditioning. On-land work is our only option. Because of this, Boys Water Polo will not begin conditioning yet. Please stay tuned for more information. Athletes are encouraged to maintain a personal training program similar to what we did during the school closure last spring. There are plenty of water polo specific workout options in the Boys Water Polo Google Classroom.