Eagles News · Spring Sports 2021 – Information Center


As CCPS moves toward Phase 2 of the school re-opening plan, a spring sports season is being planned as well.  There will be a 7-week season for Baseball, Softball, Boys & Girls Lacrosse, Tennis, and Track & Field.  Competition will take place among the seven Charles County high schools.  The official start date for practice is March 15th, with voluntary conditioning sessions beginning on March 1st. 

In order to participate in conditioning and/or practices, athletes must be cleared by the Athletic Director.  While the normal academic and attendance requirements are to be modified for this special spring season, each athlete is still required to provide a valid ATHLETIC PHYSICAL and IMPACT TEST.

  • Sign up for spring sports and/or upload athletic physical forms by visiting the North Point Athletics Registration website, Link: NP Athletics Registration .  If you are new to North Point, you will need to set up your Family Account in order to register.
  • Physical forms can be found here: Link: Physical Form
  • The Impact Test is a one-time concussion baseline test, administered to freshmen and other first-time athletes.  If an athlete has never taken the Impact Test, it can be found here: IMPACT TEST                  Customer Code – TJE7DPTVNZ           Organization – North Point High School

A general overview of NP Athletics, as well as coaches’ contact information, can be found here: Athetics Overview & Student-Parent Athletics Handbook 

Spring Athletes who participated in October conditioning do not need to re-register, but will want to make sure their Athletic Physical is still valid (physicals become invalid after one year from the Date of Exam). 

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COVID-19 Guidelines & Protocols will be strictly adhered to during all aspects of the reenagement of interscholastic athletics.

The safety and welfare of the student athletes, coaches, and spectators is the top priority of the athletic programs within the Charles County Public Schools.

All participants must comply with all CCPS and MPSSAA policies, regulations, codes of conduct, athletic handbook, and other previously established expectations when organizing, planning, and implementing athletic practices and competitions.

Social distancing guidelines are to be strictly enforced

Face masks required of all participants upon arrival and departure of school property, and when athletes are not actively engaged in physical activity during practices and games.

All activities will take place outdoors and spectators are not allowed during practices or conditioning sessions. 

Participants must provide their own water and the container clearly marked with the athlete’s name.

Complete COVID-19 information:  Charles County Public Schools Protocols for Reengaging of Athletics for Spring Sports 2020

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