Middle School Athletics Registration Process
We encourage the Middle School Athletic Registration for Fletcher, Greene, and JLS to be through our online registration system. We have found this much quicker and more efficient. Go online to www.cityofpaloalto.org/enjoy and create an account and sign up that way, which is the easier and much quicker way to sign up. The other option is to walk in to Mitchell Park Community Center, across the way from the new Mitchell Park Library and sign up on August 20th, starting at 8:30 am. We are not accepting walk ins at Lucie Stern or Cubberley Community Centers anymore.
If you do not have an account in the new system, go to our website at: www.cityofpaloalto.org/enjoy and create an account prior to your child’s respective registration date.
If you have difficulties with the registration process please contact MSA at 650-329-2464. Thanks!
Every sport has a registration maximum and registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Parents will no longer be able to register for multiple seasons in advance and every season will have a registration day for when parents can start registering. Parents can begin registering their child online, in person at the Mitchell Park Community Center, or by fax.
It is strongly recommended that you register online on the day and time listed in the Downloadable Online Registration Link for the season desired.
Click FAQ page for Answers to Common Questions Asked by Parents. You will be redirected to the Greene Middle Athletics FAQs page.
Volleyball and basketball teams have 2 divisions, “A” and “B”. Divisions are determined by the coaches at skill evaluations, which take place 2 – 3 days before practice begins. Absolutely no refunds will be granted for not making the “A” team. If your child is selected for the “A” team and would like to play on the “B” team, please contact the Athletic Director to discuss a transfer. Players are not allowed to participate in both divisions.
“A” Player Expectations
The “A” league is more competitive and “A” teams will play the most competitive teams in the league. Participants are encouraged to attend practice as often as possible and practices may take place more than 3 times a week. Playing time can be used as a penalty for an unexcused absence.
Fee Reduction Program
Financial assistance is available through the fee reduction program for those who qualify. You can pick up a copy of the fee reduction application at any of our community centers or by visiting www.cityofpaloalto.org/enjoy.
Every sport will have a registration maximum and registrations will be processed on a first come, first served basis. Parents will not be able to register for multiple seasons in advance. Please note that walk-in registrations will only take place at the Mitchell Park Community Center (3700 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303).
Title IX Report
The Title IX report for the Palo Alto Unified School District can be found on the link included here.
All secondary schools in the district are represented here.
The report link is here.