The eligibility of an athlete will take place every quarter of
the school year. An athlete is eligible if they maintain a 2.0
GPA, pass 20 semester credits, and are on track to graduate.
Fall: 4th quarter of previous year (except incoming
freshmen) and possibility of 1st quarter depending on when season
Winter: 1st quarter and 2nd quarter.
Spring: 2nd quarter and 3rd quarter
CIF Sac-Joaquin Section requires all student-athletes who have
transferred to CKM to submit paperwork. If your child transfers
to CKM from another school (in or out of state), please have your
child contact the Athletic Director for the paperwork. Processing
the paperwork for CIF could take up to two or three weeks, so
please plan accordingly. Your child will not be able to
participate in a game until he/she has been cleared by CIF Sac-Joaquin Section.
Please be reminded that the athletes are students, and they are
to stay in class at school as long as possible to maintain their
current eligibility. Athletes do not have permission to leave
campus to get food while on an early dismissal.
The Athletic Director will use the athletic roster to email CKM
staff for dismissal. The athlete will remind their teacher at the
start of the class period of the time of early dismissal, and
will be released only at the designated time. Athletes may not
leave their class earlier.
Parents: if your child is marked absent and
they were involved in an athletic-related dismissal, please call
the CKM Attendance Office at 916-395-5050 x503031.
CKM is extremely fortunate to have Athletic Trainer,
Rohit Sharma (Class of 2000), serving as a member
of our Athletic Department. His office is located in the Main Gym
next to the Athletic Director’s Office. He is available every
day from 3:10 until approximately 7:00pm to help diagnose and
rehab injured CKM athletes.
If the injury is serious, he will recommend the athlete see
his/her family doctor. In addition, Rohit travels with the
football and track teams to games. Not only is he the trainer,
but he volunteers his time as a coach as well! Parents should
encourage their student athlete to take advantage of his