The AUHSD Code of Conduct has been updated for the '20-'21 school year.
All students participating in Campo athletics for the 2020-2021 school year are required to sign and return the AUHSD Code of Conduct.
Please click here or on the link below to see a communication from Campolindo's Athletic Director Ray Meadows about recent events and our collective responsibility to address racial equity and social justice:
The Campolindo Sports Boosters Club supports all Campo athletic teams. For more info - including the purchase of Membership Passes click on this Boosters Link or the Boosters Tab above.
A BIG thanks to these families for supporting Campo Athletics through the purchase of Campo's GOLD Level Athletic Boosters Membership. The entire athletic community appreciates it!!
The Baumer Family
The Buckley Family
The Carrasco Family
The Cecchin Family
The Dougherty Family
The Gant Family
The Hawkins Family
Ava Filer's Family
The Sofman Family
Welcome to Campolindo Athletics! Our program enjoys high levels of success because of the support from our community, our experienced coaches, and, most of all, our talented athletes. Our teams have won many league and section championships - and our Championship banners hang proudly in our gym.
NCS/CIF issued an update on January, 14, 2021 which gives leagues the autonomy to build their season of sport calendars around the guidance from the California Department of Public Health, the local counties that their league resides in, and the approval of their member schools and districts.
As a reminder the tiers that have been identified are:
Among other things, this update indicates:
Please note, the following sports are likely to start once 'shelter in place' is lifted:
Click on the documents below to see all of the updates issued from the NCS/CIF and the Diablo Athletic League.
Max Preps has ranked Campo Athletics as California's #1 high school athletic program for 2019-20! A BIG congratulations to our athletes, coaches, parents and program administrators!
To read the full Max Preps article, click here.
1. Campolindo (Moraga), 975
Fall state champions: Girls cross country, boys cross country
Fall state runner-up: Girls volleyball
Winter state champions: Boys basketball
2. St. John Bosco (Bellflower), 854
3. Ontario Christian (Ontario), 660
4. Buchanan (Clovis), 638
5. Archbishop Mitty (San Jose), 607
6. Montgomery (Santa Rosa), 578
7. Newbury Park, 548
8. Great Oak (Temecula), 547
9. Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland), 540
10. Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth), 538
CALHI Sports names Campolindo High School Athletics CA Division 2 State School of the Year!!! Read the full article here.
Another BIG congratulations to the Athletic Program at Campolindo High School!
By Jon Kingdon
Tiger Garcia in the State Championship game in 2014
participation in sports and an excellence in academics (3.92 GPA at
UC Davis), it has been having to consistently correct people who
mispronounce his first name: "It's Tee-Gur". My great grandfather was
from Germany and his nickname was Teegur, which is tiger in German.
My father's side is Navajo and Spanish so it's a big mix there."
If you are looking for common forms, Athletic Registration information or general information for parents and coaches, click here or click on the Parents/Coaches Resources Tab above.