Caldera High School
Caldera High School strives to provide an athletic program that is a source of pride for our school and community. Through sportsmanship, leadership, and teamwork, we will instill the qualities of being champions at life. Competing with our highest level of effort in the athletic arena is a priority for our athletic department, but learning valuable lessons beyond the fields and courts through participation in sports is the ultimate goal.
Caldera will offer an inclusive menu of athletics and activities where all students will be welcome to a variety of experiences. Student athletes will have opportunities to develop teamwork, commitment, discipline, leadership, work ethics, grit, sportsmanship and sacrifice. The pressure to “win the game” will not be placed above education, character development, academics, social/emotional, physical, and ethical well-being of the student-athlete. There is a connection waiting for all that choose to become involved. We will help students and coaches be the best version of themselves as this is the foundation of what we do and who we are.
As a member of the Oregon School Activities Association, we remain committed to providing a positive environment for students, coaches, officials, and spectators. Athletics are a part of the educational experience that emphasizes fairness, respect, ethics, and good citizenship. As you support Caldera Athletics, please keep in mind that educationally-based high school athletics are friendly competitions grounded in sportsmanship and fair play. Positive comments, encouragement, and cheering for our teams are great ways to show support. Negative comments, taunting, berating, and booing opponents, coaches, and officials will not be tolerated as this will challenge the values we seek to teach our youth.
We look to our opponents, officials, and stakeholders as complements to how hard we play, the way we go about our business, and how we conduct ourselves. Entering the field of play, during the course of competition, and how we leave the game, will define our respect of the sport, the opposing school, officials, our community, and ourselves. Demonstrating sportsmanship at the highest level is of the utmost importance of the Wolfpack. We have been given an amazing opportunity in athletics to represent ourselves, families, school, and community. We will remain committed to keeping this in mind while we grow together.
Welcome to Caldera!
Play the Caldera Way!
Outdoor athletic facility include: two natural grass baseball & softball fields complete with outdoor hitting facilities, a natural grass soccer field, and artificial football/soccer field, and multiple practice fields. In addition, the outdoor facility consists of 8 tennis courts, restrooms, concessions, and storage facilities.
Indoor facilities include two gyms with a main floor and upper floor that will accommodate various indoor athletics and activities. Additionally, a state-of-the-art weight room, fitness loft, class/film room, and wrestling/fitness room is included. All locker room facilities are housed in the main building with large and small team rooms complimenting a main physical education locker room.
Parents of high school students wishing to participate in athletics should register using FamilyID. FamilyID is a secure, user-friendly online registration platform that streamlines the application process and allows parents to enter information once for multiple family members and athletic teams.
The three steps to register for sports are:
1) Complete online registration through FamilyID. Please do this first.
2) Pay participation fee online (see Paying for Sports below).
3) Have a current sports physical on file in the Athletic Office. Upload your physical to familyid or email physical to the Athletic office.
We would like to limit in person contact in our offices. We ask that parents upload physicals to familyid or email them and other OSAA documents to [email protected]
NO INITIAL CLEARANCE = NO PRACTICE/TRYOUT
Cost is $100 per OSAA sport. Payments can be made through Touchbase.....CLICK HERE TO PAY.
Scholarship forms are available in the Athletic Office.
There is a $300 family cap for OSAA Sports.
|Winter Sports||Coach|| Phone, Email, Schedule
|Basketball - Boys||Mr. Cruz
|Basketball - Girls||Mrs. Bradbury
|Spring Sports||Coach||Phone, Email, Schedule|
|Golf - Boys||Mr. Cashman
|Golf - Girls||Mr. Norris
|Tennis - Boys||Mr. Cruz|
|Tennis - Girls||Mr. Collier|
|Track & Field||Mrs. Richardson
|Fall Sports||Coach||Phone, Email, Schedule|
|Cross Country||Mrs. Richardson||Schedule|
|Soccer - Boys||Mr. McCool||Schedule|
|Soccer - Girls||Mr. Meyers
Students who participate in extracurricular sports must complete a physical exam in grades 9, and 11 or if this is their first time participating with a Bend-La Pine Schools team. All physicals need to be completed prior to the sports season and not before May 1 of the summer before the current academic year.
Please be sure to print out the OSAA School Sports Pre-Participation Examination form:
Take it to your child's sports physical appointment. When you have completed the sports physical, please turn it in to the school.
As an advocate for your children, we hope that parents of athletes and non-athletes alike will also consider an annual Wellness Check – a complete medical examination and screen for common health issues – annually.
Wellness Check visits are vital to your child’s healthy growth and development. Physicians suggest adolescents should have regular wellness visits to make sure they are developing at the expected pace and continue to remain healthy.
During these visits, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss your child’s growth, development, behavior and other health issues with the goal of preventing illness and promoting the best possible health for your student.
We encourage you to consider discussing the possibility of adding a Wellness Check to your next sports physical, with your physician.
Note: If you choose a Wellness Check in place of a physical, you must complete the physical form with your physician to be eligible for OSAA athletics. The form is available in your school’s athletics office and in the link above.
Any student who participates in school-sponsored athletics or activities must agree to abide by the School District Board Policies, Administrative Rules, Code Of Conduct, building rules and team participation/training regulations. All students who participate in athletics and extracurricular activities are expected to be positive role models for other students and members of the community at all times. This signed contract shall be in effect at all times during the contract period. “At all times" means 24 hours a day, every day of the week whether at school or away from school. The contract will be in effect from the beginning of the OSAA calendar (see OSAA website for each years start date) and conclude with the last day of high school.
Student/athletes must be enrolled in, and passing, five full classes to be eligible for athletics/activities. This includes the semester that you are participating in a sport, and also the semester prior to the athletic season or activity. Students must also have a 2.0 GPA and be on track to graduate.
Monday - Friday
8am - 3:30pm
Unforeseen changes can occur daily and on short notice. We will do our best to keep everyone informed when changes occur. Team schedules, league standings, OSAA rankings...Keep yourself up to date on Caldera athletics @ Caldera @OSAA.