Antelope Valley School District


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Philosophy of the Knight High School Athletic Program

 Knight interscholastic athletic competition strives to demonstrate high ethical standards and sportsmanship. Knight believes the highest potential of sports is achieved when participants are committed to pursuing victory with honor according to five core principles: positive, respect, integrity, discipline, and excellence. This Code applies to all student-athletes, coaches, parents, and staff.

 All Knight athletic programs must be congruent with Knight High School’s academic goals and objectives established for the intellectual, physical, social, and moral development of our students. Knight teams place academic achievement as the highest priority. We show respect for teammates, opponents, officials, and coaches, as well as the integrity and judgment of game officials. Knight exhibits fair play, sportsmanship, and proper conduct on and off the playing field both by adhering to the established rules and standards of the game to be played, and by refraining from the use of profanity, vulgarity, and other offensive language and gestures. We maintain a high level of safety awareness through respect for and use of all appropriate equipment and use it safely and appropriately. Knight athletes refrain from the use of alcohol, tobacco, illegal and non-prescriptive drugs, or any substance to increase physical development or performance.

KHS Athlete and Parent Handbook


The following are required prior to participation in any sport:

  1. Online Registration completed at   Click here for Registration Instructions.

  2. A physical card must be signed and stamped by a doctor.  Click here for Physical form. 

All completed and signed and stamped documents must be returned to the Athletic Office (via email to ) at least 24 hours prior to tryouts before any participation in practice or tryouts. Please allow 48 hours for clearance. If your physician is unavailable to provide a sports physical, here are some alternatives. 

ActiveLife Chiropractic 
839 W. Palmdale Blvd
Palmdale, CA

Dr. Massari Chiropractic 
1051 W Columbia Way Ste 209
Lancaster, California 93534
(661) 949-6649


Students must keep at least a 2.0 average on a 4.0 grading scale for the preceding grading period. Each course in which the student is enrolled will be used in the calculations of the grade point average during the period of attendance. All incoming freshmen shall have the first quarter as a probationary period to become eligible or ineligible.

Click here to view eligibility requirements, expectations and consequences of becoming ineligible.