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Dogs/Pets are not permitted on school grounds or at at any athletic events. Please do not bring pets to athletic contests, we will have to ask you to leave. The only exception would be service dogs. And, please, do not leave any pet in your car.
JJHS offers the convenience of on-line registration for sports through FamilyID. FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides parents with an easy, user-friendly way to register for sports. FamilyID keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your child's information only once for multiple seasons. Attached are guidelines for registering student's on FamilyID.
* Permit Required by 9/22/2017
* Classes Begin the Week of 9/25/2017
* Program Fee $480
* Orientation Meeting - September 19th - 3pm HS Cafeteria
* Application Attached
Modified Sports (Grades 7&8) Tryouts Begin - September 12th (revised)
Pre-Season Meeting for Modified Sports (for students who have registered) - September 7th
Registration for Modified Sports Opens August 11th.
Registration Closes - August 24th
Tuesday, September 19th - 2:55 pm // HS Gym
High School Sports (Grades 9-12)
Registration Opens October 6th
Modified Sports (Grades 7&8)
Registration Open: October 14th
As in past years, there will be testing dates which conflict with Sectional, Regional and State competitions. Below is information from Section 1 BOCES addressing possible conflict dates. If you have any questions, please contact the athletic department at 914-763-7204.
At the end of each sports season NYSPHSAA (New York State Public High School Athletic Association) honors teams which excel in the classroom. Congratulations to the following teams and the student-athletes who helped their teams qualify for this award. Teams qualify by 75% of the team having a composite GPA of 90 or better.
Spring 2017 Qualifying Teams:
Christian McCarthy, the Athletic Director at John Jay High School and the co-chairman for high school baseball in Section 1, spoke at a panel discussion organized by The Journal News and USA Today about pitch count regulations that are being implemented across the country for high school baseball. PANEL HIGHLIGHTS. MORE.
Four John Jay High School student athletes have signed college letters of intent—a document used to indicate a student athlete's commitment to a participating National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) colleges and universities in the United States.
Congratulations to Tristen Novak, a lacrosse player, with Merrimack College; Jackson Rieger, a lacrosse player, with Binghamton University; Ray Cotto, a wrestler, with Bucknell University; and Conor Melbourne, a wrestler, with Princeton University.
“This is an outstanding accomplishment and opportunity. The Jay Nation wishes them much success at the next level,” said Christian McCarthy, Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics and Wellness at John Jay High School.
John Jay High School will have a more formal ceremony for all athletes in the spring.