Spring-Ford Athletics


Register for the Spring-Ford 5K!

Register for the 5th Annual Spring-Ford Educational Foundation 5K Run/Walk today! The Spring-Ford Educational Foundation 5K benefits the Senior Impact Dinner. Beginning with the class of 2006, SFASD has honored individuals nominated by graduating seniors who have made an impact on their educational experience. A dinner is held for nominees and the seniors who nominated them to celebrate how each individual has impacted his/her life.

2018 Spring-Ford Educational Foundation 5K Run/Walk
DATE: Friday, April 20, 2018
TIME: Registration begins at 5:30 p.m.; Kids 1 Mile Fun Run begins at 6:15 p.m.; 5K Run Walk begins at 6:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Spring-Ford Area High School; 350 South Lewis Road, Royersford
NEW THIS YEAR: Register by April 6 and you'll receive a Spring-Ford 5K long sleeve shirt!

Click HERE to view the Spring Sports starting dates. Please remember Registration (1st sport of the school year) or Re-Certification (2nd and 3rd sport of the school year) MUST be completed 2 weeks before tryouts begin. If paperwork is turned in late a missed tryout opportunity will occur.

Student who plan on trying out for a Spring Sport, please be aware of the upcoming deadline for Athletic Registration and Re-certification.

Grade Level

Registration/Re-Certification Due Date

Sports Begin

HS Sports (Grades 9-12)

Monday, February 19, 2018

Monday, March 5, 2018

MS Sports (Grades 7-8)

Monday, March 5, 2018

Monday, March 19, 2018

Registration/Re-certification turned in after the due date will result in a missed tryout opportunity.

Spring-Ford Area School District, in collaboration with the Montgomery County Department of Mental Health, have been training the school administration, faculty and staff members on a suicide prevention method entitled: Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR). Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone for help. Our goal is to share this information and training with our parents, guardians and community to better prepare everyone in the event they encounter someone in need. QPR is about saving lives and providing support for one another.

Please consider this invitation to attend one of the two QPR training sessions hosted by Spring-Ford on Monday, January 29, 2018 and on Monday, March 5, 2018 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the Hurda Learning Center at the 10-12 Grade Center. Each attendee will receive a QPR Resource Guide as well as a QPR Gatekeeper Certificate. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Please click here to register.

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We were just notified of the Boys Middle School Soccer game site has changed from Upper Merion High School/Middle School field to Baxter Park, located at 650 Henderson Rd, King of Prussia.



2017-2018 Student Athletic Registration

We encourage you to start registration now for any student who plans on participating in a Fall, Winter or Spring sport from grades 7-12 (current 6-11 grade students). Parents must fill out the initial registration. In order to register your student the following must be completed before they can participate in any practice. Due dates for Sports Registration is 2 weeks before the start of the season for high school and middle school. Failure to adhere to this due date may result in missed tryout opportunity.

  1. Register online for 2017-18 on our web site (using the link below) will be open on Monday, May 22, 2017. Please note registration for the 2016-17 school year may not be used for 2017-18 as you must register each new school year. See the directions below.
  2. Section 5: Health History – must be printed, completed and returned. Please check to see that the student and parent signed this form.
  3. Section 6: PIAA Comprehensive Initial Pre-Participation Physical, must be printed and taken to the doctor when getting physical. Physical must be administered by the doctor ON or AFTER June 1, 2017 for student-athlete to be eligible to participate in sports for the 2017-18 school year. Please make sure the doctor dated and signed the physical.

Cost for the physicals done at the school (June of 2017) are $20, you can pay with a check made payable to Dr. Brosius or cash at the time of the physical. Dates and times are listed on the Athletic Home Page, please register online before attending the physical.

The above forms must be turned into Athletic Office for your student’s grade level.

  1. Students in grades 7 and 8, (current grade 6 and 7) forms are to be turned into the 8th grade center, Attn: Mr. Racich
  2. Students in grades 9 through 12,(current grade 8-11) forms are to be turned into the Athletic Office at the 10-12 Center, Attn: Mrs. Weiss

Questions on registration please contact Mrs. Weiss by email: pweis@spring-ford.net or phone at 610-705-6030. Be sure to leave your students first and last name and grade.

Login Instructions

To sign onto Athletic Sports Registration you will need to do the following:

  1. Use your Skyward Family Access username of the first guardian listed under your students family information. This is the primary user name that will allow you access to gateway registration. The user name is usually in all capital letters, example: Sally Perkiomen would be PERKISAL000
  2. Use your Family Access password. This is either the password you were initially assigned, or whatever you changed it to.
  3. In order to start the process click here.
Please be advised that the Athletic Registration works best with Firefox. If you have any further questions, please contact the athletic office at 610-705-6030

Re-Certification (participation in students 2nd or 3rd sport)

If you have a student athlete at Spring-Ford, please read below and then use the link below to proceed to the secure re-certification page.

All student athletes Grade 7 through 12 who participated in a Fall or Winter Sport this school year, must RE-CERTIFY buy using the procedure detailed below.

We encourage you to start Re-Certification NOW for any student currently participating in a Fall or Winter Sport and is now Re-Certifying for a Winter or Spring Sport. Parents need to complete the online Re-Certification, using the link below. Re-Certification must be completed 2 weeks before the start of tryouts. Failure to adhere to this due date may result in missed tryout opportunity.

Re-Certification for 2017-2018 school year must be completed by:

  • Winter Re-Certification Deadline:
    • Grades 9-12 - November 3, 2017
    • Grades 7-8 - November 13, 2017
  • Spring Re-Certification Deadline:
    • Grades 9-12 - February 19, 2018
    • Grades 7-8 - March 5, 2018

Failure to adhere to this due date may result in missed tryout opportunity.

All re-certification must be done online, for Spring it must be completed after January 1, 2018.

Login Instructions:

To sign onto Athletic Sports Re-Certification you will need to do the following:

1. Use your students ID number as your username, example 123456.
2. Use your students date of birth as the password, example 01/01/2016 (MM/DD/YYYY)
3. In order to start the process go to the Spring-Ford.net choose Athletics you will see Athletic Sports Re-Certification, the link to re-certification is at the bottom of the page.

** Please be advised that the Athletic Registration/Re-Certification works best with Internet Explorer and does not work will Google Chrome.

If you have any further questions, please contact the athletic office at 610-705-6030.


Athletic Eligibility

Eligibility For Athletics & Other Extra-curricular Activities
Interscholastic programs are sponsored in football, baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, wrestling, track, tennis, golf, field hockey, lacrosse and volleyball. Practices are conducted after school hours; games are played afternoons and evenings, dependent upon the sport and the schedule. In addition to sports, a large variety of clubs and activities are open to all students and meet on schedules consistent with the type of activity. Academic eligibility requirements listed below apply to all clubs, activities and sports. Eligibility is determined by P.I.A.A. and Spring-Ford regulations. Certain important rules are:

  1. One must be an amateur under 19 years of age prior to the day July 1, occurring before the current school term.
  2. One must be regularly enrolled in a public high school and in regular attendance thereafter.
  3. Absence for 20 or more days during a semester for reason other than quarantine shall cause ineligibility until he has been in attendance for a period of 45 days following his 20th absence.
  4. One must never have played on a professional team.
  5. One cannot participate in an athletic contact sport and be a member of any other similar team the same season.
  6. One must maintain for the current marking period a passing grade of a minimum of 70%in each of four or more major subjects.
  7. One must be examined by the school physician each sport season before one commences to train or practice for the sport, and one’s physical condition must be satisfactory.
  8. Written consent of the athletes’ parent or guardian is required.
  9. Misconduct, or other evidences of poor school citizenship, may because for ineligibility at the discretion of the coach or principal.
  10. Students participating on athletic teams must have medical insurance coverage. Students may purchase school insurance at any time or provide proof of coverage through another policy.
  11. The student activity fee must be paid before the first event or the student may not be able to participate in the athletic event or performance.

Athletic Awards

  1. A plaque and an engraved plate will be awarded to each student who meets the school requirements for earning a letter in a sport.
  2. For each subsequent sport in which requirements are met, an engraved plate shall be presented.
  3. The final judgment on eligibility for awards will rest with the principal in consultation with the athletic director and coaches.

PAC Information

PAC Event Admission Information

  • Boyertown:$5 Adult/$3 Student
  • Methacton: $5 Adult/$3 Student
  • Owen J. Roberts: $5 Adult/$5 Student
  • Perkiomen Valley: $5 Adult/$3 Student
  • Phoenixville: $5 Adult/$3 Student
  • Pottsgrove: $5 Adult/$3 Student
  • Pottstown: $5 Adult/$4 Student
  • Pope John Paul II: $5 Adult/$3 Student
  • Spring-Ford: $5 Adult/$3 Student
  • Upper Perkiomen: $5 Adult/$3 Student
  • PAC Championships: $5 Adult/$5 Student
  • PAC Track Championships - Friday: $3 Adult/$3 Student
  • PAC Track Championships - Saturday: $5 Adult/$5 Student

PAC Code of Conduct

  1. Show respect for their country by standing attentively when the American flag passes and during the playing and singing of the National Anthem.
  2. Show respect for the alma maters of both schools.
  3. By conducting themselves as ladies and gentlemen at all times.
  4. Show respect for the game officials and refrain from interfering with their control of the contest.
  5. Refrain from vulgarity and indecent gestures.
  6. Cheer under the organized guidance of the cheerleaders.
  7. Refrain from using noisemakers and signs at indoor contests.
  8. Refrain from throwing any objects onto the playing areas.
  9. Support musical groups for indoor activities. Such groups must be organized, school sponsored and supervised to play only before games and during halftime.
  10. Radio, tape and C.D. players, except for Walkman with headsets, are prohibited at sporting events.
  11. Respect and abide by all guidelines and regulations of the home school.

Pioneer Athletic Conference (PAC) Schools reserve the right to eject any spectators whose conduct is detrimental to good sportsmanship. Misbehavior at sporting events may lead to prosecution or school disciplinary action.

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