TIGER PRIDE RUNS DEEP
Tom Frazier, Athletic Director
Oroville High School
(530) 538-2320, Ext. 3384
Letter from our Athletic Director on our future of sports:Hello Tiger Athletes/Parents and FansHistory:As you know the COVID pandemic shut down schools and athletics across the State last Spring (March). This past June when the numbers seemed to be getting better, we proposed a process to Butte County Health to do our Free Physicals, which they approved and allowed us to move forward with. Shortly after completing the 2 evenings of physicals we started transitioning our Fall Sports programs into the allowed workouts. In July when Butte County was put on the state watch list, ALL athletics was stopped.Future:
Moving forward, our Northern Section is looking to finalize a 3 season sports calendar that would begin play after Christmas and New Years break. This will allow our student/athletes to compete in a reduced schedule, in all their sports. That calendar will come out sometime in the middle, to end, of September.As long as our county COVID numbers get better and they allow for athletics to resume, we should be able and ready for competition come January. Please check back in towards the end of September for updated information. Meanwhile, our student/athletes need to maintain their eligibility by doing well in their classes. If they havent completed their physical, please do so at your earliest convenience and drop them off in our drop box located next to the main office parking lot on Orange Ave. Tom Frazier- OHS AD
CIF- CALIFORNIA INTERSCHOLASTIC FEDERATION
- Here is the most current update from CIF on our sports scheduling.
Non-Discrimination in District Programs and Activities
The Oroville Union High School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals. District programs, activities and services shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying based on actual or perceived characteristics of race, color, ancestry, nationality, immigration status, age, ethnicity, religion, parental or pregnancy status, marital status, medical information, mental or physical disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other legally protected status or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For inquiries/complaints, contact our Title IX Coordinator/Equity Officer, Dr. Corey Willenberg, at (530) 538-2300, ext. 1107, or by email at email@example.com, or in person at 2211 Washington Avenue, Oroville, CA 95966.
Forms Needed for Physicals and to begin Athletics
- Physical Form (2 pages)
- Insurance Form
- Voluntary Participation Liability Waiver Form
- Co and Extra-Curricular Activities Symptom-screening Questionnaire
Oroville High School Athletic Program
Oroville High School is a member of the Westside League, which also includes Corning, Paradise & Las Plumas. In all sports besides football, to fill a ten game league schedule, OHS will also play against schools in the Butte View League, which consists of Gridley, Orland, Sutter and Wheatland. Oroville High School is a member of the Northern Section California Interscholastic Federation (NSCIF).