Athletics

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Sports can shape both healthy minds and bodies. Through sport, students develop life-long habits such as discipline, determination and self-motivation. The leadership qualities, teamwork and tenacity learned on the field translate to benefits in the classroom and beyond with improved academic performance, sharper focus and concentration and the skills to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Together, these attributes combine as compelling predictors of future success. Research shows that the positive effect of sports is far-reaching – from career success and annual earnings, to lower health costs and reduced risk of chronic disease. Sue Castle, executive producer of PBS Sports: Get in the Game, perhaps said it best, “The evidence supporting sports participation for young people is overwhelming…It has the power to combat everything from racism to low self-image, to the high-school drop-out rate.”

At Howell Public Schools, the long and storied history of sports programs dates back as far as the early 1900s, including the 1904 state championship baseball team, and has continued with other successful programs such as the equestrian team that has earned a one-two rank statewide for 15 of the last 23 years. Today, sports fans can meet their match with over 80 teams available district-wide from elementary through high school. Ranging from bowling and golf to lacrosse and figure skating, Howell Schools’ sports programs are as valuable and diverse as the students themselves.



Highlander Sports Report

IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND DATES

WINTER PARENT MEETING

Our pre-season parent-student athlete meeting will take place on October 30 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium.

HHS Lacrosse Poinsettia Fundraiser
Classic Poinsettia $12.00* (Red, Pink or Cream)
Painted Poinsettia $13.00* (Purple, Fuchsia, Chameleon or Blue)

*plus Paypal per transaction fee


Choose Classic or Painted & Color
Last Name, First Name
Phone #


WINTER TRY OUT SCHEDULE (click here)

Athletes must have a current physical (signed and dated by the doctor 4/15/17 or after) and a current gpa of 2.0 + above and passing 5 classes on the most recent published grades to compete - please contact the athletic office if you have any questions


Football Fundraiser - Gold Cards
- available to purchase in the athletic office for $20 each

 



SOCCER 

 

  • The Highlander Soccer program is proud to announce next level recreation soccer opportunity for players in Howell ages 8-18 through partnership with Legends. Please see flyer for more detail


John Young 
Athletic Director

Cathy Van Oflen
Secretary

Hours
Monday-Friday, 7 am-3:30 pm


Location
Athletic Office
Field House at Howell High School
1200 W. Grand River Ave.
Howell, MI 48843
Phone 517.540.8335
Fax 517.548.6339
Email athleticdepartment@HowellSchools.com

 

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