Empowering Students for Success

The mission of our Athletic Department is to build self-confidence, self-esteem, pride and respect for self and others through participation in an athletic community which values each student as an individual. Our programs promote sportsmanship, hard work, fair play, fun, the development of team concepts, winning as well as losing with dignity, and other valuable lifelong lessons.

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How would I know if an athlete may have a concussion?


For more information for specific individuals visit HEADS UP

Please complete Physical form and return to the Athletics Office

Who needs to participate in a Sports Head Injury and Concussions Awareness Course?

The law says that the following people must participate in this training program:

  • Coaches
  • Athletic trainers
  • Parent volunteers for any extracurricular athletic activity
  • Physicians employed by the school or who volunteer for any extracurricular athletic activity
  • School nurses or nurses who volunteer for any extracurricular athletic activity
  • Athletic Directors
  • School marching band directors
  • Parents or legal guardians of children who participate in any extracurricular athletic activity.

You can become certified at either of the two online locations:

The course takes only 30 minutes to complete

Do parents and athletes have other responsibilities under this law?

Yes.  Students and their parents or legal guardians must provide information to the school regarding any previous sports head injury at the start of each sports season.  The Department of Public will be developing a sample form for this purpose.  In the interim, parents and athletes can be asked to provide this information in a format selected by the school. However, these forms must require the signature of both the student and the parent or legal guardian.  Coaches must receive this information prior to allowing any student to participate in an extracurricular athletic activity so they can identify students who are at greater risk for repeated head injuries.

Click here for additional information published by The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services Department of Public Health for Coaches, Athletic Directors and Parents about the New Law Regarding Sports-Related Head Injury and Concussions: An Act Relative to Safety Regulations for School Athletic Programs.

Ms. Melanie Martin
Director of Athletics
500 Beech Street
Holyoke, MA 01040
Athletics Office Phone: 413-493-1683


    Cheerleading – JV/ Varsity

    Cross Country – Boys and Girls Varsity

    Field Hockey – JV / Varsity

    Football – Freshman / JV / Varsity

    Golf – Varsity

    Soccer – Boys and Girls JV / Varsity

    Volleyball – Girls Freshman /JV / Varisty


    Basketball – Boys and Girls Freshmen / JV / Varisity

    Cheerleading – JV/VARSITY

    Ice Hockey – Co-op with South Hadley High School

    Indoor Track – Boys and Girls Varsity

    Skiing – Boys and Girls Varsity

    Swimming – Boys and Girls Swimming

    Wrestling – Varsity


    Baseball – Freshman / JV / Varsity

    Softball – Freshman / JV / Varsity

    Tennis – Boys and Girls

    Track – Boys and Girls

    Volleyball – Boys JV / Varsity