Amanda Alpert, Athletic Director (617-466-5015 / ).
The athletic program of Chelsea High School is first and foremost an extension of the classroom. Student-athletes commit not only to enhancing their athletic skills, but also commit to holding themselves to a higher standard in academics. Additionally, student-athletes are required to act as positive members of the community. Chelsea High School’s student-athletes represent themselves, their team, Chelsea High School, and the city of Chelsea.
Chelsea High School’s athletic department’s goal is to support coaches in teaching student-athletes the importance of teamwork, respect, commitment, hard work, discipline, and sportsmanship. Winning is the goal, but not at the expense of these core values. Developing these values will support student-athletes throughout all aspects of life during and after their time at Chelsea High School.
All students at Chelsea High School are encouraged to try-out for an athletic team. Being a member of the athletic program is a privilege earned by those who are academically eligible and cleared physically. Being a student-athlete gives the opportunity for development physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. Chelsea High School athletic department adheres to all rules and regulations set by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA).
Chelsea High School is a member of the MIAA and is therefore governed by MIAA rules and regulations. Under MIAA guidelines local school districts are allowed to set their own rules and regulations as long as those rules and regulations are at least as restrictive as those stipulated by the MIAA. The MIAA also organizes and establishes the guidelines for all post- season tournaments. All schools throughout the Commonwealth are required to govern themselves under the rules of the MIAA.
Participation in CHS athletics is a privilege that comes with responsibilities. Students must meet personal and academic standards in order to participate. Athletics at Chelsea High School are open to all students who meet and maintain the standards of academic eligibility, are good citizens, and meet basic physical health qualifications. Athletes are expected to exhibit the highest level of conduct both on and off the field and to show respect for everyone they come in contact with at Chelsea High School: coaches and school staff, teammates, game officials, opponents, and spectators. Facilities and school-issued equipment must also be respected.
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