All Spring Season athletes who plan to participate in Athletic PE during their on-campus season of sport must complete an Athletic PE Agreement. A signed agreement for the Spring Season is due.
Student athletes in Athletic PE must complete the following steps:
Any questions should be directed to your student's counselor. For more information, including access to Athletic PE Agreements and timesheets, visit the AUHSD Athletic PE webpage
The Campo Athletic Boosters is once again offering free NFHS Live-stream broadcasts for any Campo non-playoff home game being played at the Main Field, Main Gym, Pool and soon, from the Softball field. Friends and family who can't attend the games in person - can still view them for free from the comfort of their own home or wherever they have an internet connection. All home games in these venues will be also available 'on-demand' after the game concludes.
To watch these events live or to access game videos on-demand:
Once you've set up your free NFHS account, login and search for Campolindo High School. Then select the event you want to watch and start watching.
If you want to be notified when Campo events are happening, click the 'Follow' button when you search for Campolindo High School.
If you have any questions, contact Campo Athletic Boosters at email@example.com.
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.
Your generous support of athletics at Campolindo High School is a critical part of the success the Campo Athletic Program and its student athletes have.
The Campo Athletic Boosters supports:
staff (Athletic Director and Athletic Trainers)
One way to provide support is to become a member of the Campo Athletic Boosters.There are different Membership Levels and different benefits associated with each level, including:
To find out more information about Athletic Boosters Membership, click here.
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 a number of league and section championships - and our Championship banners hang proudly in our gym.
Please click here or on the link below to see a communication from Campolindo's Athletic Director Ray Meadows about our collective responsibility to address racial equity and social justice:
All students participating in Campo athletics are required to sign and return the AUHSD Code of Conduct. Thanks in advance for supporting and encouraging sportsmanship, leadership and inclusion in all of our athletes, coaches and Campo athletic community.
Cal Hi Sports has named Campo D3 State School of the Year this year - the sixth time Campo has been recognized over the past 11 years!! Here is the Cal Hi write up:
Division III State School of Year:
The beat goes on for the Cougars. Like Buchanan overall, like De La Salle for boys sports, they are a perennial contender for D3 and they will be able to add another year to the banner they have up in their gym.
Campo’s last school of the year selection was for D2 in 2020. It was D3 in 2019 and D3 in 2015. There were two straight for D3 in 2011 and 2012. Counting one for 2005, that means this year is No. 7 for the Cougars.
Usually, it takes a CIF state title to get one of these honors and the Cougars checked that box by winning the CIF D3 crown in girls cross country. They won with 109 points over second-place Del Oro of Loomis. Junior Ellie Buckley (5th place) and sophomore Shea Volkmer (13th place) were the top two individuals. The boys runners at Campolindo also nearly made it a sweep, but they finished second in team scoring to West of Torrance. Their leading runner by senior Rhys Pullen (10-place).
From an overall standpoint, Campo’s best teams were in boys basketball, girls swimming and boys volleyball. With four-year starter and St. Mary’s College-bound Aidan Mahaney leading the way, the basketball team won the CIF North Coast Section Open Division title, and was No. 5 in the final state rankings. The Cougars (28-2) were the top seed in the NorCal Open Division, but lost in the final to Modesto Christian. In girls swimming, 100 backstroke league record holder Adriana Smith led Campo to a tie for fifth (with St. Francis of Mountain View) in overall team standings at the CIF state finals. The boys volleyball team (31-10), meanwhile, defeated De La Salle to win the NCS D1 title, won its first D1 regional game and then lost to Mountain View in the regional semifinals.
In addition to all that, veteran head coach Kevin Macy’s football team won the NCS D2 title and finished 10-4 after a loss to McClymonds of Oakland in the NorCal D3-A final. Plus, there was a D1 NorCal semifinal showing in boys water polo and an NCS Open Division finals loss to Miramonte in girls water polo.
For all DAL and NCS Playoff Games, spectators will need a ticket purchased through GoFan.co. ASB Cards and Booster Cards are not valid to any DAL Championships and NCS Championship Playoff Games. Cash Tickets will NOT be sold at the gate.
Please purchase tickets in advance.
We're looking for parent and student volunteers for the Annual Crab Feed Celebration on February 9, 2024. Check it out and sign up for volunteer opportunities here.
Why Should Students Volunteer?
✨ Impactful Cause: Contribute to the Campo Athletics Program and make a difference in our community.
✨ Skill Development: Enhance your skills and gain valuable experience in event execution and community engagement.
✨ Earn Volunteer Hours: Volunteer experience looks great on college applications!
Details on the Crab Feed Celebration are:
Date: February 9, 2024
Time: 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Venue: Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church
If your student will be playing a Campo sport next year, they must get an Athletic Clearance (dated after June 1st). Student can get the required Sports Physical/Athletic Clearance either from their Family Physician or at one of two Sports Physicals/Athletic Clearance events sponsored by Campo Athletic Boosters this summer.
This year the events will be held on July 17th and August 14th (Cougar Day) from 6:30-8:30pm in Campo's MUR. The cost for the Sports Physical/Athletic Clearance is $50. NOTE: if a student is planning on playing a Fall Sport, they'll need to submit their Athletic Clearance prior to August 14th, so they should either sign up for the July 17th event or get the Athletic Clearance from their Family Physician.
If you would like your child to get the Athletic Clearance from Campo, please visit the Campo Webstore - Sports Physical to sign up.
Any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Official Sports Start Dates for the 2023-24 school year will be:
AUGUST 7th for Fall sports: girls flag football, girls volleyball, girls golf, football, water polo, cross country, and girls tennis
OCTOBER 30th for Winter sports: wrestling, basketball, and soccer
FEBRUARY 5th for Spring sports: softball, baseball, lacrosse, swimming, boys golf, boys tennis, track and field, girls beach volleyball, and boys volleyball
AUGUST 7th for Year-round Sports: Cheer (Sideline and Competitive)
Please click here to see specific dates for specific sports.
If your child is interested in playing a 2023-24 Campo Sport, they must complete the Sports Registration process. For information on the process, click here or on the Registration Tab above.
If you are ready to begin the Sports Registration process, click on the SportsNet Registration link below.
The Campolindo Athletic Boosters supports all Campo athletic teams. For more info - including the purchase of a Campo Athletic Boosters Membership click on this Boosters Link or the Boosters Tab above.