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HS Sports - On-Line Registration Opens - July 16th (closes 8/7)
Modified Sports (MS) - On-Line Registration Opens - August 11th (closes 8/24)
High School Health Office Summer Hours:
August 9th - August 23rd
10am - 2pm
PAS Driving School will be offering driver's ed this summer at Horace Greeley HS and Lakeland HS. Please see below (under Driver's Ed) for more information.
High School Start Dates:
HS Football - August 14th
HS Field Hockey, Boys & Girls Soccer, Volleyball - August 16th
HS Cross Country, Girls Swim & Dive, Girls Tennis - August 21st
All JV Sports - August 21st
On-Line Registration Opens for High School Fall Sports - July 16th
See attached newsletter for more information
Middle School (Grades 7th & 8th):
All Modified Sports Tryouts Begin - September 11th
Pre-Season Meeting for Modified Sports (for students who have registered) - September 7th
Registration for Modified Sports Opens August 11th.
Doctor at MS - June 6th
Registration Closes - August 24th
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.
Classes held Monday thru Friday's (must be available all 5 days)
Permit Required by JUNE 23rd
Horace Greeley HS - Orientation June 8th - 3 pm @ Horace Greeley HS, Room K110 ($525)
Lakeland HS - Orientation June 5th - 3:30 pm @ Lakeland HS Cafeteria ($510)
Questions? Contact PAS Auto School @ 914-332-7700
BOWLING/ COACH PAUL PLUTZKER: Alex Melnychuk finished Sectionals in 3rd place and qualifies for the State Tournamentin Rochester the weekend of March 3-5. MORE.
WRESTLING / COACH BILL SWERTFAGER: It is great to see our kids looking fresh, sharp and taking care of business as we approach the final few weeks of the season. MORE.
ICE HOCKEY / COACH ALEX SMITH: (LoHud) Ellis Maloof is making the most of a head start. A decision to move the speedster up front a few weeks ago was again validated on Saturday during a 6-3 win over Greeley at Brewster Ice Arena. He came blazing into the zone for a pair of third-period goals to help the Indians close out another stubborn opponent. MORE.
BOY'S BASKETBALL / COACH HENRY TAYLOR: On Monday December 19, freshman Shane Martinsen came off the bench and scored 21pts including 12 of 14 from the foul line to lead the boys varsity basketball team to a 59-51 win!
GIRLS' BASKETBALL / COACH MARGO HACKETT: Girls Varsity Basketball beat Horace Greeley this Monday (12/19) by a score of 55-43. Junior Elizabeth Jahn led us in scoring with 19 points and had she also had 4 rebounds. Sophomore Ana Dorta scored 16 points and had 4 rebounds, 4 assists, and 5 steals. Sophomore Kendall Degenhardt pulled down 8 rebounds and Sophomore Erin Walsh had 5 rebounds. We also had a huge win vs. Eastchester last night (12/21) by a score of 44-39. MORE.
John Jay Athletics Department is very excited to announce the National Letter of Intent signing of Kathryn Nohilly to George Washington University to run Track & Field. Congratulations Kathryn on this outstanding accomplishment, this is a true testament to your dedication and hard work on the track and in the classroom!
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.
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: