Athletics Calendar 
    Sports registration is open at this time. Registration opens June 1, 2022. Registration 2022
    For directions on registration, visit the athletic registration page. You will also find the medical release form that may be brought to your physical appointment at the bottom of this page. Contact coaches directly for tryout information and schedules. 
    Fall Sports Offered
    Girls Volleyball
    Girls Golf 
    Girls Tennis
    Boys Water Polo
    Girls Water polo
    Cross Country
    For summer information or sports-specific information, please email coaches directly: 
    All those participating in tryouts must have completed medical release forms with a signature by a physician or chiropractor dated after June 1, 2022. 
    If you are unable to get into your regular doctor at this time, Miller Chiropractic is seeing Freedom students on a walk in basis for physicals on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 10 am to 1 pm $20 fee
    Miller Chiropractic
    3638 Delta Fair Blvd
    Antioch, Ca 94509
    Actus Chiropractic
    Val H. Tompkins, D.C.
    9030 Brentwood Blvd., Suite D
    Brentwood, CA 94513
    (925) 516-2363
    In office visits for physicals are $30. 
    We can do them by appointment or walk in during office hours.
    Office hours are 
    Monday: 9am to noon and 3-7pm
    Tuesday : 2-5pm
    Wednesday: 9am to noon and 2-5pm
    Thursday: 9am to noon and 3-7pm
    Friday: 9am to noon.
    Date of Determination for Academic Eligibility: Coming Soon 
    The CIF NCS does NOT recognize grade changes made after the Date of Determination.  An incomplete will calculate as a F for eligibility.


    In order to tryout and participate in athletics, students must earn a 2.0 “C” grade point average on a 4.0 scale in all enrolled classes AND be on track for graduation. Students must be enrolled in and pass a minimum of 20 semester credits (4 classes). To be eligible for tryouts, students must maintain a 2.0 during the current tryout quarter and the quarter immediately previous (i.e.: two consecutive quarters). In addition, a student must be fully academically eligible in grading period prior to the probationary period in order to participate. See the Athletic Director in advance for specific information about making up grades during summer school. Academic eligibility resets on the date of determination set by the district. Incoming freshman must maintain a in their last semester at middle school to be eligible. Ask your athletic director for list of these dates. The NCS does not recognize grade changes after the date of determination. If an error is discovered, there is an appeal process to NCS. If the student meets all necessary prerequisites for probation, one academic probation period may be authorized once in an academic school year in high school by the Superintendent or designee for students to participate in athletics whose GPA is between 1.75 and 1.99.

    As always, if you need to contact the Athletic Department,  Thanks again for your enthusiasm, time, and support and Go Falcons!
    Freedom High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability.