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Frequently Asked Questions

  • My child is interested in a Fall sport. Does he/she have to pre-register?

    There is no pre-registration, however, it is important that your son/daughter attend the first day of practice and/or try-outs.

  • When does the Fall season begin?

    The Fall season begins on August 12th.

  • My child participates in _________. How is playing time determined?

    Playing time is a coaching decision based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, talent/skill level, effort, commitment, respect, and character. Coaches want to know that their athletes are coachable and trustworthy.

  • How do I get something in the Daily Bulletin?

    The Marketing Communications Department manages the Daily Bulletin. Please email to submit something to the Daily Bulletin

  • Who manages the Fenwick website?

    Marketing Communications also manages the website.

  • How does Fenwick contribute to the year-end banquets?

    Fenwick contributes $15 per athlete/coach.

  • How do we receive funds for the year-end banquet?

    Communicate the number of athletes and coaches attending and who the check should be made out to.

  • How does Fenwick participate in Senior Night?

    On a designated home game toward the end of the season, there will be a brief ceremony in which the athlete along with his/her parents are introduced. Fenwick will have a rose for each senior to present to a parent or guardian. The President and Principal are invited to all Senior Nights. Fenwick does not contribute financially in any other way.

  • My son or daughter also participates in travel ________. What do I do if it conflicts with a Fenwick sport?

    Fenwick athletics takes precedence over travel, club sports, AAU, etc. If your child decides to participate in a non-Fenwick activity during the season, it will be considered an unexcused absence.

  • My son/daughter participates in multiple sports. How do I juggle more than one sport?

    Fenwick encourages multi-sport athletes. As a result, the in-season sport is a priority. The summer can be challenging and requires communication and compromise with the student-athlete and coaches. The Athletics Director can help facilitate these discussions.

  • How much does it cost to attend a Fenwick athletic event?

    There is only an admission charge for Varsity Football, Varsity Boys’/Girls’ Basketball, Girls’ Volleyball and Wrestling. The cost for admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children/students.

  • My son or daughter could not attend the banquet and needs to pick up his or her letter. Who do I contact?

    You can contact the head varsity coach or Scott Thies at