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University City High School Athletic Department. Academics, Citizenship, & Athletics: The Triple-Threat to Success. Mission Statement. The MISSION of the University City Athletic Program is to provide opportunities and experiences for ALL students to develop personal skills, including:

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university city high school athletic department
University City

High School

Athletic Department

Academics, Citizenship, & Athletics: The Triple-Threat to Success

mission statement
Mission Statement

The MISSION of the University City Athletic Program is to provide opportunities and experiences for ALL students to develop personal skills, including:

Respect for self and others

Ability to take positive risks

Appreciation of one’s talents and weaknesses

Recognition of the value of physical, academic, and aesthetic pursuits

Understanding of teamwork and sharing of common goals

Realization of the importance of life skills

Positively promote physical fitness, sportsmanship, and character

Decrease negative risk behavior (drugs, alcohol, illegal substances)

Awareness of the diversity in cultural backgrounds

Participants will also build the self-worth and integrity necessary to be able to cope with future successes and failures. Participants will also gain the qualities of realistic goal setting, positive interdependence, and moral judgment. The athletic program creates an avenue of enrichment, entertainment, and proud association for parents and community members. The program will strive to enable students to contribute positively, responsibly, and ethically within today’s global society, now and in the future.

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Meet the Athletic staff

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. --John Quincy Adams

  • Chad Kish
    • Athletic Director
      • First year at University City HS
      • 10 years of college coaching experience
      • 5 years of high school athletic experience
  • Judy Johnson
    • Administrative Assistant
      • Second year in University City HS Athletic Office
      • Fifteen Years of Experience in the University City School District
meet the coaches
Meet the Coaches

Baseball Randy Micheletti

Basketball (Boys) Dave Gammon

Basketball (Girls) Janice Thompkins

Cheer Jan Hulet

Cross Country James Crowe

Field Hockey Marissa Davenport-Sheppard

Football Rob Battle

Golf (co-ed) Greg Byrne

Poms & Dance Jaymi Smotherson

Soccer (Boys & Girls) Peggy Halter

Softball Greg Byrne

Swim (Boys) Kristen Calvert-French

Swim (Girls) Mary Lhotak

Tennis (Boys & Girls) Mark Tabscott

Track & Field (Boys & Girls) Matt Keller

Volleyball (Boys & Girls) Ellie Aboussie

Water Polo (co-ed) Tony Thomas

Wrestling Pat Olischlaeger & Eric Morgan

fall interscholastic activities
Fall Interscholastic Activities
  • Football
  • Cross Country (Boys & Girls)
  • Boys Soccer
  • Boys Swimming
  • Girls Volleyball
  • Field Hockey
  • Girls Tennis
  • Softball
  • Cheerleading
  • Poms & Dance
winter interscholastic activities
Winter Interscholastic Activities

Demarco Kemp

2010 State Wrestling Champion (50-0)

Basketball (Boys &Girls)

Wrestling

Girls Swimming

Cheerleading

Poms & Dance

spring interscholastic activities
Spring Interscholastic Activities

Track (Boys & Girls)

Boys Volleyball

Baseball

Girls Soccer

Boys Tennis

Water Polo (co-ed)

Golf (co-ed)

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Shout Out at 2009-10…

FOX 2 VISITS U-CITY DURING

HOMECOMING!

U City Enjoys Success On & Off the Field!

What Time is it?

U-Time!

2009 Football District Champs

Demarco Kemp 2010 State Wrestling Champion (50-0)

2010 Boys and Girls Track District Champs

2010 Boys State Track Champions!!

David Lambus becomes a state record holder in track

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U City HS celebrates 100 years

of Excellence in 2011

Athletes at U City that have Made it BIG…

  • Bernard Gilkey - MLB Baseball Player (St. Louis Cardinals 1990-95) played at UCHS
  • Cornell “Nelly” Haynes - played baseball at UCHS prior to winning several Grammy awards
  • David Lee – Track standout participated in the Olympics in track and field events and currently coaches at UCHS.
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Expectations for the Student-Athlete

  • Meet Academic Eligibility Requirements
  • Meet MSHSAA Citizenship Requirements
  • Display Sportsmanship at ALL times
  • Show dedication to the team and school
  • Respect coaches, team-mates, opponents, officials, fans, and facilities
  • Act as a Role-Model
  • Attend EVERY team meeting, practice, competition, and all tutoring sessions
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Expectations for Parents of Student-Athletes

  • Assist in Monitoring Academic Progress
  • Provide Transportation when needed
  • Complete ALL required forms in a timely manner
  • Follow Communication Plan with coaches
  • Encourage DEDICATION to the team
  • Assist in Fundraising
  • Join the Booster Club
benefits of participation
Benefits of Participation
  • According to the College Entrance Examination Board, students involved in activities scored 11 % higher on the SAT, scoring 57 points higher in verbal and 41 points higher in math.
  • Students that spend NO time in extra-curricular activities are 49% more likely to use drugs and 37% more likely to become teen parents than students that spend between one and four hours in activities each week. The Harvard Educational Review found that participation in extra curricular activities is the best intervention for low-status and economically disadvantaged students.
  • A study by the Department of Health an Human Services found that students who spend NO time in extra curricular activities are 57% more likely to dropout, 49% more likely to have used drugs, 37% more likely to be a statistic of teen pregnancy, 35% more likely to smoke.
  • The National Governors Association states that students that spend nine or more hours a week in activities are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, win a school attendance award, participate in a science or math fair, and win an award for writing. These students are three times more likely to be elected to class office.
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The Athlete…

    • Must follow the University City Code of Ethics
    • Must meet all MSHSAA and UCSD Guidelines on eligibility, citizenship, and sportsmanship
    • Must maintain a minimum grade point average or the student-athlete will be placed on Academic Probation
    • Must have an acceptable daily attendance rate
    • Must represent University City High School in a positive manner in the classroom, on the playing field/court, and in the community.
what you need to get started
What You Need to Get Started
  • Forms
    • MSHSAA Physical Form (Contact Information & Waiver)
    • Insurance Information (copy of insurance card)
    • Code of Ethics
  • You must be Academically Eligible

Pass 3.0 credits from previous semester.. Summer may be added

  • Complete Sign-up Sheet for Fall Sports
  • A High degree of Character & Sportsmanship
  • Dedication, Desire, & Work-ethic
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Where do I find Information about U City Athletics?

  • University City High School Phone Numbers
    • Main Office 314-290-4000
    • Athletic Office 314-290-4100
  • University City Sports Info
    • HighSchoolSports.net(schedules, stories, alerts, and more)
    • STLToday.com(schedules, results, and statistics)
  • Collegiate Recruiting Information
    • Dynamite Sports Account Access Page
    • NCAA Eligibility Center
ways for parents to get involved
Ways for Parents to get Involved

U-City Boosters Website

  • University City High School Athletic Boosters

The University City High School Athletic Boosters is a community support group that helps the U-City Athletic Department financially through donations and fundraising. This organization assists the athletic department in offering our students the tools to be successful.

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Academics + Athletics = Scholarship Opportunities

Left:

Alon Watford received a track scholarship to Tulane University (New Orleans, LA)

Right:

Brian Robinson received a volleyball scholarship to Missouri Baptist University (St. Louis, MO)

college recruitment
College Recruitment

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.--Henry David Thoreau

Only 3 to 5% of high school athletes play at the collegiate level.

High school grades (GPA), attendance, and test scores (ACT/SAT) are an important factor in receiving an athletic scholarship.

Parents should speak with coaches and counselors about the recruitment process

are you ready to take the challenge
Are You Ready to

Take the Challenge?

In the last two years…

U City HS Graduates earned

Over $300,000 in athletic scholarships to attend college

THE CHOICE IS YOURS: Students that participate in athletics are 57% more likely to graduate and score over 11% higher on standardized tests than students that do not participate in extra-curricular activities.