There are two steps required for athletes to register to participate on an athletic team at Holy Names Academy:
STEP 1: Register Online at FamilyID
Before a student may turn out for a sport, she and a parent must complete the online athletic registration and permission forms for Holy Names Academy athletics at the website FamilyID.
After submitting a one-time family registration with FamilyID, parents and their athletes must complete the registration for their athlete(s) AND complete online acknowledgement of three agreements:
- Parent Permission for Athletic Participation and Emergency Medical Treatment
- Acknowledgement of Concussion and Head Injury Information
- Acknowledgement of HNA Athletic Handbook
STEP 2: Submit a Physical Evaluation Form
Each student-athlete must also download the printed form Preparticipation Physical Evaluation (PDF) or obtain a copy from the Athletic Office, undergo a physical examination by a physician licensed in the State of Washington, and submit the form (signed by the physician) to the Athletic Office. This form is valid for 24 months from the date signed; a current form must be on file with the Athletic Office during each year the student intends to participate on any HNA athletic team(s).
No student will be permitted to participate in athletic tryouts, practices, or games until registration is complete on the FamilyID site AND the annual Physical Evaluation form is filed with the Athletic Office.
CREW ONLY: Submit a Crew Float-Test Form
All HNA rowers and coxswains are required to take a float test to verify that they are able to float and/or swim for at least 10 minutes.
Please note: Athletes must re-register for each sport
Athletes trying out for additional sports later in the school year or in subsequent years for the same sport must return to the FamilyID website to re-register for each sport in each year, and, if necessary, update their contact, medical, or insurance information. Because the student’s information is stored online with FamilyID, this re-registration process will normally be brief.