Posted September 18, 2012
Sportsmanship at CCHS
With over 90% of CCHS students involved in extracurricular activities, athletics affects the lives of most of our families. The success of our program and the attention on our athletes, coaches, and families that accompanies that success require that we must consistently uphold the Charleston Catholic High School values of scholarship, integrity, respect, and community in representing CCHS. While it is easy to get swept up in the emotion of the moment, our athletes, coaches, parents, and fans should hold to those values at all times.

Charleston Catholic is committed to ensuring that sportsmanship is always a part of our athletic programs. We will now require participation in the National Federation of State High School Association's sportsmanship course in the event that a student athlete, parent, or fan is ejected from a contest by an official of the sport. The course must be completed for further participation or admittance to athletic contests.

For more information about the NFHS course, which gives a better understanding of sportsmanship and how it impacts the educational process, go to
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