Athletic Director: Shawn Trent
As your Athletic Director, I am excited about the opportunity in front of us to build the
BULLS athletic program to one of state prominence. Our athletes have set the bar high
with hard work and perseverance in workouts over the summer; I know the 2022-23 seasons will be a success. Of course, none of this is accomplished without the continued support of the businesses, families and individuals that give their time and money to help support our programs. Combined with our outstanding coaching staff, these students are leading the way to a proud tradition of excellence!
Please accept my thanks for your commitment to our students-athletes and allow me to say that it is an absolute honor to hold the title of Athletic Director of Parrish Community High School. I wish the best to all our athletes, coaches, and teams. I hope that through our continued hard work and great sportsmanship we all reach our goals.
All students must have the following documents to participate and tryout for athletic teams:
Home Education Students Also Need:
Non-Member Schools Also Need:
This form only needs to be done once for each change of schools or change in participation as a "Non-Tradional" student at a member school. This form is not required for students entering from a terminating grade school ( i.e. 8th grade to 9th grade).
Buy Season Passes, Tickets, and Pay For Mandatory Athletic Insurance Here!
Athlete Sports Participation Fee - Updated: https://gofan.co/app/events/627807?schoolId=FL72624 (Football $75; All Other Sports $50)
All-Sports Pass + Athlete Sports Participation Fee - Updated: https://gofan.co/app/events/627804?schoolId=FL72624
PCHS All-Sports Pass - Updated: https://gofan.co/app/events/627803?schoolId=FL72624 ( Adults $100; Students $60; Athletes when purchased with the insurance $40)
Welcome to Parrish Community High School, home of the Bulls! To ensure everyone's safety, we are asking fans to observe a few rules in our stadium.
Outside food and drink are not permitted.
There is no stadium re-entry. If you leave the stadium you may not come back in.
In the event of lightning, the stands will be evacuated to a safe location.
In addition, the school district has implemented a clear bag procedure. Please review the information below carefully.
MANATEE DISTRICT ANNOUNCES ENHANCED SAFETY AND
SECURITY MEASURES FOR DISTRICT ATHLETIC EVENTS
(Bradenton, FL – August 11, 2022) The School District of Manatee County is announcing that enhanced safety and security measures can and will be employed at district athletic events including the use of weapons detection systems and wanding, and the resumption of a clear bag policy.
As a reminder – with the exception of authorized law enforcement and school district security personnel – weapons of any kind are not allowed on school district campuses. That School Board policy (1217) is based on Florida Statute 790.001.
Under the clear bag policy, fans will be permitted one large clear bag, plus a small clutch-type handbag (see examples in the attached photo).
The large clear bag must be no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” and made of clear material that may be easily searched. A gallon-sized Ziploc bag is a readily available clear bag that meets these requirements. The small clutch-type handbag can be used to carry personal items and will be subject to search by security officials or law enforcement. The clutch must be no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”. Every spectator, including children, may bring in one clear bag.
For more information on the policy, please see the attached item titled “SDMC Clear Bag Procedures.”
The enhanced safety and security measures will go into effect immediately and they will be used at multiple entrances to games. The enhancements are being implemented to ensure the safety of all students and spectators. Fans heading to district athletic events should arrive early to account for additional time needed to enter the games.
We thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to a safe and exciting school year.