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Mustang Athletics

We’re pleased to offer our students a variety of athletics choices to round out their education. Participation in team (or individual) sports strengthens the mind as well as the body, develops leadership skills, and teaches our students critical social skills.

Our athletics program is a source of school and community pride, and we welcome all to come out and share in our excitement. Your support matters, whether as a teammate, a member of the booster club, or a fan cheering on our athletes from the sidelines.

2017-2018 Sports Physicals Event Flyer

Participation Requirements

All student athletes must attend school at Western High and maintain a 2.0 GPA to be eligible to play on any Western athletics teams. All athletes must also complete a yearly physical examination before being approved for participation. This examination, coupled with a complete registration packet, allows athletes to participate on all upcoming sports teams and in our summer camps.

Register Online

You can now register online! Simply create an account at FamilyID and follow the online prompts. You’ll only have to register once during your child’s entire Mustang career. (But do remember to keep your information current.)

Once you’ve created an account and received your activation e-mail, return to the FamilyID website and select “Find Programs” in the navigation bar. Type “Tulare Western” in the organization box and click the file for “Athletics Registration.” After completing the form, you’ll receive an e-mail receipt from FamilyID. (Don’t forget to save the form before exiting!)

In order to speed the registration process, have these items handy:

  • Student school ID
  • Physician's name, address, and phone
  • Health insurance information
  • Emergency contact information
  • Medical history

NCAA Eligibility Center

Interested in joining collegiate sports after high school? Please use this website as a reference and as a link to create an account for students. It is recommended that students create their account at the end of their sophomore year and no later than their junior year in high school. Remember that students have to take 16 core courses throughout their high school career. Students, please meet with your counselor if you are considering NCAA after high school. It is important that students' four year plans are reviewed. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Magallanes in the counseling office.