Information & Seasons
Registration & Forms
Registration & Required Forms
The OSAA’s 2021-2022 calendar is available online. Click here to view the updated OSAA activities calendar.
Prior to participation, all athletes need to have the following on file in the CHS Athletic Office:
- Code of Conduct (reviewed and acknowledged by parent/guardian & athlete each year)
- Athletic Registration Form (This form will be available for the 2021-22 season on August 4, 2021)
- Physical Exam Form Please mail, scan/email, or drop off the completed form in the CHS office. (Sports physicals expire 2 years from date of exam.)
- Student Medical History (This form is required by the CHS Athletic Training Department and needs to be completed only once in 4 years of high school!)
NEW! Pay fees online
Participation Fee $150 per sports season (No fee is required for students on Free and Reduced Lunch.)
To participate in an athletic program, students should contact the head coach or athletic director before the beginning of the season for information regarding tryouts, practice schedules, and team requirements. Fees pay for our coaches, transportation, referees, etc. If you have any questions or are in need of financial assistance, please call the athletic office at 541-757-5917.
A physical exam is required every 2 years and for first-year athletes and new students. Student-athletes must also satisfy the academic and training rules of the OSAA and Corvallis School District.
Fall sports kick-off the new school year for athletes, the school community, and spectators. Some fall sports, like boys and girls soccer, have tryouts in the summer. There may also be summer conditioning and practices. To find out specific practice times and other important information, please contact the head coach.
|Sport/Head Coach||Fall Schedules (OSAA)|
|Cheer/ Emilie Zook||http://www.osaa.org/teams/38010|
|Cross Country, Boys & Girls/ Mark Hulburt||http://www.osaa.org/activities/gxc/meet-schedules|
|Football/ Chris McGowan||http://www.osaa.org/teams/19176|
|Soccer, Boys/ Chad Foley||http://www.osaa.org/teams/19175|
|Soccer, Girls/ Hans Rooding||http://www.osaa.org/teams/19178|
|Volleyball/ Kari Morrow||http://www.osaa.org/teams/19179|
The winter athletics season typically gets started in mid-November with tryouts and practices. To find out specific practice and game times and important information, contact the coaches. For 2nd and/or 3rd sports of the year, no additional paperwork is needed. Please stop by the Athletic Department office and we will access your clearance papers. Athletics staff will check your eligibility (grades & credits), collect your user fee, and make a clearance slip for the new sport. To find out specific practice times and other important information, please contact the head coach.
|Sport/Head Coach||Winter Schedules (OSAA)|
|Basketball, Boys/ Ross Duerfeldt||http://www.osaa.org/teams/20508|
|Basketball, Girls/ Dan Miller||http://www.osaa.org/teams/20512|
|Swimming/ Judy Storie||http://www.osaa.org/teams/20509|
|Wrestling/ Tyler Phillips||http://www.osaa.org/teams/20514|
Spring athletics are often impacted by rain and wet fields. Because spring practices or games may be canceled due to weather conditions, parents and students can call the Spring Sports Hotline (541-766-4912) for the latest information. The hotline is updated between 2:15 and 3 pm each day. To find out specific practice times and other important information, please contact the head coach.
|Sport/Head Coach||Spring Schedules (OSAA)|
|Baseball/ Kevin Gregg||http://www.osaa.org/teams/21913|
|Golf, Boys/ Mark Kalmar||http://www.osaa.org/teams/21914|
|Golf, Girls/ Anne Miller||http://www.osaa.org/teams/21918|
|Softball/ Sami Arnst||http://www.osaa.org/teams/21922|
|Tennis, Boys/ Quincy Johnson||CHS Boys Tennis webpage|
|Tennis, Girls/ Donna Keim||http://www.osaa.org/teams/21919|
|Track, Boys/ Bob Holt||http://www.osaa.org/teams/21916|
|Track, Girls/ Bob Holt||http://www.osaa.org/teams/21920|
OSAA Moratorium Week: July 25-31, 2021 (No contact is allowed between coaches or athletic staff and students during that week.)
Non-School Sponsored Sports
Community sponsored club sports are defined as those sports not recognized by the Oregon Schools Activities Association. They are independent of and receive no funding, services, or supervision from the Corvallis School District. The use of a school name by a community sponsored club sport will be at the discretion of the principal after review of the completed application. The district retains the right to revoke the use of the school name at any time.
Please contact the coach for sports clearance for non-school sponsored sports.
Website links provided are not hosted by CHS or the district and the district assumes no liability for the activities of community sponsored club sports. See the CHS Activities & Clubs page for information about Alpine Ski, Lacrosse, Nordic Ski and Ultimate Frisbee.