Athletics

Fort Pierce Central High School is a member of the Treasure Lake Conference. The various teams, known as the “COBRAS”, participate in the following sports: cross country, wrestling, basketball, track, golf, tennis, swimming, bowling, and soccer. Football is a not part of the conference.

Meet the Athletics Administration Team

Jean Glenton

Jean Glenton Physical Education Department Chair

Email Coach Glenton- jean.glenton@stlucieschools.org

Joi Stanton

Joi Stanton Clerk, Athletics Department

Email Ms. Joi Stanton – joi.stanton@stlucieschools.org

General Athletic Regulations

  • Academic work, conduct, and attendance must be satisfactory. Minimum 2.0 G.P.A.
  • Athletes must be in attendance at school on days of all practices and games.
  • Athletes must abide by all of the rules and regulations as set up for the various sports by the FHSAA and by the coaching staff of each sport.
  • Must be a bona fide student of Fort Pierce Central High School who has been assigned to attend this school by student assignment.
  • Any student on the obligation list at Fort Pierce Center High School must clear the obligation prior to participating on a school team.
  • The limit of eligibility is four years. Each student has four years to participate in athletics from the day they first successfully complete the eighth grade. In order to participate, all other requirements of eligibility must be met by the student-athlete and must be under 19 years 9 months of age.

FHSAA Guidelines

Grade 9

All ninth grade students who have been regularly promoted will be eligible for the fall semester. At the conclusion of the first semester, the student must have a 2.0 grade point average in order to remain eligible. If a 9th grade student is promoted with AIP from the 8th grade as a result of failing a core curriculum subject she/he is ineligible to participate as an athlete until she/he have earned a 2.0 grade point average for a semester (18 weeks). This is a state rule. A 2.0 grade point average must be maintained for the remainder of the students’ high school years in order to be eligible for athletics. Any ninth grader who loses eligibility during the first semester and then earns a 2.0 or higher grade point average for the second semester may be declared eligible at the beginning of the tenth grade. Eligibility will be restored to 10th graders who have earned a 2.0 during the second semester of their freshman year and who sign a contract of academic performance to maintain at least a 2.0 each semester. Student-athletes under this contract must raise their overall grade point average to a 2.0 by the 11th grade to remain eligible under this program.

Academic Eligibility is based upon cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or above since entering the ninth grade.

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