Indian Head

Welcome to
AHS Athletics

Mr. David Stratton: Athletic Director

Mr. Tim Jacques: Athletic Trainer

Mrs. Maria Drake: Secretary

Phone: (413)  821-0529

FAX: (413) 821-0592


FALL 2019

Football only starts Friday, August 16, 2019.  

All other Fall Sports Thursday, August 22, 2019

WINTER, 2019-2020

All Tryouts/Practices start Monday, December 2, 2019

SPRING, 2020

All Tryouts/Practices start Monday, March 16, 2020

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Academic Eligibility

A student must secure during the last marking period preceding the contest (e.g. second quarter marks and not semester grades determine the third quarter eligibility) a passing grade equivalent of 5 credits. To be eligible for the fall marking period, students are required to have passed from the previous academic year the equivalent of five traditional year long major courses (5 credits).

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Agawam High School believes that athletics are an important part of a sound educational program and that participation is a privilege available to all eligible students. While physical skill and demonstrated ability are primary considerations in determining actual participation, we believe that all aspects of secondary school athletics are subordinate to the essential purpose for which schools exist and must be controlled by educational considerations. This privilege carries with it serious personal responsibilities to the school, the student body, the faculty and the town which the athlete represents.

Interscholastic athletics provides the “other half” of education. The program strives to develop in students positive values and habits so that personal growth and development occur. Improved skill levels, a heightened sense of cooperation and competition, self-discipline and realization of the value of group goals are just some of the objectives of the athletic program.

Successful competitive performance in combination with educational considerations provides the cornerstone for our athletic program. All athletes are given fair opportunity to demonstrate their skill levels and made to feel they are part of a team. The young man or woman who learns to cope with victory and defeat; to accept frustrations and disappointments as well as success; to spend long hours in practice with no guarantee that they will get in the game; to accept discipline and to work with fellow athletes, has learned about things that cannot be taught in the classroom.

The program of athletics plays a unique role in joining the school and community. Civic pride and identification with Agawam High School are results of athletic participation that can last a lifetime.

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