Required Forms

Starting in 2017-18 all required athletic forms will be collected online in partnership with FinalForms. To assist in the registration and completion of FinalForms, please review the FinalForms Parent Playbook here.

Click here to access Final Forms

All forms should be completed online. via Final Forms.  Hard copies of physicals should be turned in to the Coach, Athletic Trainer or atheltic office.

Required Fees

Log in to EZ Pay and select the activity fee based on your sport and free/reduced lunch status. Then choose which sport you are playing to add the fee to your cart.  If you need your student's number to log into the system - please call the office at 513 539-8471.

First Sport $150  Second Sport $100 - 3rd sport is free with a family cap of $500. Fees must be paid prior to participation.

Alternate Transportation Forms

Alternate Transportation Request Form

Extracurricular Activity Transportation Release of Liability / Informed Consent / Assumption of Risk

Multi-Sport Participation During Same Season

Students who wish to participate in more than one sport during the same sports season should complete the Multi-Sport Participation Form. The purpose of this form is clearly outline the student's primary and secondary sport in the event of a conflict. Click here to access the Multi-Sport Participation During the Same Season Intent Form

Physical Education Credit Waiver

Physical Education Credit Waiver  (Due in Athletic Office prior to the start or each season) - Late applications will not be accpeted.

Medical Information

Intercollegiate Athletic Participation Information 


Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete - The Guide is a highly comprehensive tool, that has been designed to help you understand the NCAA initial-eligibility process and to prepare student-athletes for transitioning from high school to becoming an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete. 

Initial-Eligibility Online Course - This free course is designed to educate coaches, parents, and counselors about the NCAA's initial-eligibility requirements.  After completing the course, you will be more prepared to advise your student-athletes about the necessary steps to become certified to compete in NCAA Divisions I and II athletics.  

What is the Difference Between Division I, Division II and Division III? Click here to find out! 

Prospective Student-Athletes

Initial-Eligibility Brochure - A quick guide to the standards and steps that it takes to become an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete.

NCAA Initial Eligibility Presentation - A presentation detailing the intial eligibility for the NCAA.  

Eligibility Center Quick Reference Sheet- A complete breakdown of the NCAA Divisions I and II initial-eligibility standards. 

Statistical Probability of Going Pro?

NAIA Information

Guide for College Bound Athletes