What You Need to Know to Play Sports

Current Physical Examination (AIA Form)

  • Once every school year (on or after March 1st of the previous school year)  
  • Can be obtained online on the athletics website (www.prescottbadgers.com) or through the athletic department office.
  • The form must be signed by parent/guardian (signature gives consent for emergency treatment in case of injury and permission to participate in athletic activities)
  • Per AIA regulations, a physical examination performed by a doctor of medicine (M.D.), osteopathic physician (D.O.) or certified registered nurse practitioner (N.P.) licensed to practice, or a certified physician’s assistant (PA-C) registered by the Joint Board of Medical Examiners and the Osteopathic Examiners in Medicine and Surgery.

Current Insurance Coverage

  • Students must be covered by accident insurance
  • Insurance requirement cannot be waived
  • Student insurance offered by PUSD may be purchased to meet the requirement

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  • E-Signature of the student and parent/guardian on:
  • Athletic Code of Conduct form
  • Concussion Statement & Acknowledgement form
  • Athletic Department Communication Guidelines
  • Once every school year
  • Final clearance happens in the Athletic Department office where we will print you a clearance slip.

A.I.A. Brainbook and Opioid courses (submitted online or to the Athletic Department)

  • Once in the athlete’s PHS career

Grades must meet PUSD’s No Pass/No Play policy

  • Athletes must receive a passing grade in all classes to meet eligibility requirements.
  • Includes incoming 8th graders second-semester final grades
  • Grade checks take place every four to six weeks.

Transfer Students

  • Students are eligible to participate in athletics only in the district where their parent/guardian resides.  For questions regarding eligibility contact the Athletic Office.
  • Homeschooled Students
    • Must meet with the Athletic Director to complete all paperwork.

Participation Fee 

      • There is a $130 fee to participate assessed for each sport an athlete participates in.  ($65 if you qualify for free or reduced lunch) Can be paid online through the Badger website. Participation fees may be reported as a tax credit/donation on your Arizona Income Tax form


Badminton (G) Basketball (B&G) Baseball
Cross Country (B&G) Soccer (B&G) Softball
Football Spirit Line Tennis (B&G)
Golf (B&G) Wrestling Track and Field (B&G)
Mountain Biking  Volleyball (B)
Spirit Line
Swim (B&G)
Volleyball (G)