Director of Athletics:
John Swett High School competes in the Tri-Counties Athletic League (TCAL and California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). The TCAL Board of Directors (principals and athletic directors) prepare and approve league schedules for interscholastic sports, prepare All-League team lists and awards, create the Constitution and By-Laws which govern each sport, and set admission price standards for athletic contests. All students participating in any sport must fill out an Athletic Participation Form. This form must be completed and turned in before a student may participate in practice. Students must attend school all day to participate in or attend extra-curricular activities that afternoon or evening, unless your absence was due to a legally excused absence.
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