From the Athletic Director

As Director of Athletics, I would like to welcome you to the Saint John’s Athletic Program.  I look forward to getting to know you as we journey together and continue the rich tradition at Saint John’s, both in the classroom and in competition.
As the Athletic Director at Saint John’s, I believe the athletic program should be guided by the following goals:

  1. To carry on Catholic education, deeply rooted in the commitment of Xaverian Brothers.
  2. To create a positive experience for every student-athlete and coach that will bring a sense of community and pride to all our teams.
  3. To produce an environment that ensures high ethical standards and expectations for fairness, equity, and sportsmanship for all our student-athletes and coaches.

This is an exciting time at Saint John’s High School. We must be committed to providing every student-athlete with a quality experience so that they get the most out of their Saint John’s education.  Our students must be taught to play hard, play fair, and dedicate themselves to be the best they can be, buts most importantly, have fun. The rewards will stay with them for the rest of their lives.

 
Sincerely,
Patrick J. White
Director of Athletics

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The Saint John's Athletic Schedules and Team Information are listed on the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) website.

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Tryouts

TRYOUTS – Health Form Requirements

All Student Athletes must use the Magnus Health Portal (located via the Saint John’s Parents’ Resource Page) to download all Tryout Health Requirement Forms.

Annual Physical Form
All Students must submit a valid Annual Physical Report before they can try out.
Physicals are valid for 13 months after the Physical Examination Date.

Concussion Awareness Training Form
All Students must take the required Concussion Awareness course before they can try out.
To ensure continued safety for all students participating in Athletics at the high school level, the state of Massachusetts, along with the MIAA, have recently mandated that all student-athletes, as well as parents, must participate in the National Federation of State High School Association’s Concussion Awareness program. This program consists of an online course, “Concussion in Sports – What You Need To Know,” and a corresponding exam.
The course can be found at www.nfhslearn.com and is free.
All Students and a Parent/Guardian will be required to participate in this online course.
No student will be allowed to participate in any Athletic practice, scrimmage, or game at Saint John’s High School without downloading both his and a Parent/Guardian’s Certificate of Course Completion to the Magnus Health Portal.

Pre-Participation Concussion Form
All Students must complete a Pre-Participation Concussion form before the start of every Athletic season for which they plan to participate. 
In keeping with the requirements set forth in the Massachusetts 105 CMR 201.000, this form (available on Magnus Health Portal) must be completed by a student’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
Thank you to all for following these important steps as we implement this new system. Your patience is greatly appreciated. We look forward to seeing your student at Tryouts this Fall.