Antelope Valley School District

Athletic Clearance Now Available for Academy Prep (Cross Country & Soccer)

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The clearance process has been opened for our upcoming sports for the Academies of the Antelope Valley. We will be participating in Cross Country and Soccer this year. The process for getting cleared is now done primarily online through athleticclearance.com. You will need to register with athleticclearance.com then follow the steps and complete the information. See the cheat sheet below that will help with this process. At the end of the process you will have two forms to print out: the physical form and bus waiver form. The two forms will need to be printed and submitted through email or turned into office before you can be cleared to participate in athletics. You will not be able to participate if either the online portion is not complete or the physical form and bus waiver have not been turned into office.

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SkillsUSA National Winner

When faced with the social restrictions of the pandemic over the last year, it’s easy to understand why a school would consider putting a program on hold that involves older students mentoring younger students in areas of career exploration. For the SkillsUSA chapter at the Academies of Antelope Valley in Quartz Hill, Calif., however, putting their Student2Student mentoring program on hold wasn’t an option; they just needed to find a new way to make it happen. In doing so, they secured for themselves not just an enriching experience for all involved, but SkillsUSA’s 2021 Student2Student Mentoring Award.

Read more HERE.

When faced with the social restrictions of the pandemic over the last year, it’s easy to understand why a school would consider putting a program on hold that involves older students mentoring younger students in areas of career exploration. For the SkillsUSA chapter at the Academies of Antelope Valley in Quartz Hill, Calif., however, putting their Student2Student mentoring program on hold wasn’t an option; they just needed to find a new way to make it happen. In doing so, they secured for themselves not just an enriching experience for all involved, but SkillsUSA’s 2021 Student2Student Mentoring Award.

Read more HERE.