Welcome to Belvidere North Athletics! Athletics is an integral part of education and we encourage all of you to participate! This website provides important information regarding our interscholastic sports programs. If you plan to become involved in sports during the school year, please review all the information carefully so that you can plan ahead as some meetings are required in order to participate.
Sports Offered at Belvidere North High School
Fall (August to October):
Boys - Cross Country, Football, Golf & Soccer
Girls - Cross Country, Golf, Poms, Swimming, Tennis & Volleyball
Coed - Cheerleading
Winter (November to February):
Boys - Basketball, Bowling, Swimming & Wrestling
Girls - Basketball, Bowling & Competitive Dance
Coed - Competitive Cheerleading
Spring (March to May):
Boys - Baseball, Volleyball, Tennis & Track
Girls - Soccer, Softball & Track
Coed - Bass Fishing
Students who choose to tryout for and compete on an interscholastic team at Belvidere North High School must register and be cleared to participate PRIOR TO TRYOUTS OR SEASON PRACTICES. This clearance allows a student to participate for the remainder of the sports season or until his/her physical date expires.
Athlete Requirements for Sports Participation
Each student athlete must have the following COMPLETED BEFORE an athlete will be allowed to participate in any Belvidere School District athletics.
Online Athlete Registration
Each student athlete must complete the athletic registration process online at http://il.8to18.com/belviderenorth. Through this process both parent and student athlete will acknowledge reading and accept the implications in the Code of Conduct, IHSA Eligibility Rules, IHSA Sports Medicine Consent and Acknowledgement, District 100 Drug Testing Policy & Procedure, Parent/Guardian & Athlete Release.
Current Physical Examination
Each student athlete must have a current physical exam form or statement from his/her doctor indicating that he/she is physically fit to participate in sports.
This means no student will be allowed to try out or participate in any sport unless a physical exam is completed and turned into the Athletic Director’s office at North High School. This sports physical can reveal medical problems such as heart murmurs, high blood pressure or other serious conditions that need to be treated before a student participates in a sport. Sports physicals are good for 13 months from the date the physical is completed.
A 9th grade physical may be used as a sports physical; however, a sports physical may not be used as a 9th grade physical.
Impact Concussion Testing
A student athlete will be required to complete the impact concussion testing prior to athletic participation. The test is a computerized test that sets a baseline. Should an athlete receive a concussion, the athlete will need to exceed this baseline in order to be cleared to participate.
Please note that ONLY incoming freshman, new students and students that have not already been tested need to attend a testing session.
Test sessions are available prior to the start of each sports season in conjunction with the parent/athlete meeting.
An athletic fee will be assessed per sport and will be collected after a student is rostered on a team. All payments will be collected using the PushCoin fee payment program.
Fees: 1st Sport - $75.00, 2nd Sport - $75.00 & 3rd Sport – Free
Once ALL the registration processes have been completed, the athletic office will verify academic eligibility, clearance from prior sports/seasons, Impact concussion test completion and that the physical is on file. Athletic participation clearance will be sent to coaches prior to the first practice/tryouts.
All athletes and his/her parents/guardians must attend the PRE-SEASON MEETING before the beginning of the fall, winter or spring seasons. This meeting is a rules meeting presenting the District 100 Code of Conduct and athletic policies. The pre-season sports specific portion of the meeting is designed for the parent/guardian to meet with the coach before the start of the season. If you are unable to attend the meeting, the student athlete and parent/guardian should contact the Athletic Office for information missed at the meeting regarding the Code of Conduct and athletic policies. The sport specific information distributed at the meeting must be obtained from the coach.
As a condition of participation in school interscholastic competition, an athlete will be liable for the drug testing program outline below.
(Weekly) – Students are required by the IHSA and District 100 to be passing five (5) courses on a weekly basis. If a student is not, they will have until Friday of that week – 3:00 p.m. to complete the W.I.N./tutorial requirements.
(Semester) – The IHSA requires student athletes to pass 25 academic hours (5 classes) per semester. If this requirement is not met, the athlete is not eligible to participate in games/competition for the entire upcoming semester.
Office: (815) 547-3884
Fax: (815) 547-3875