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 An Archdiocese of Los Angeles Catholic High School Fully Accredited by WCEA and WASC  


Welcome to Bishop Montgomery's Athletic Participation home page. Here you will find all the information and links you need to compete in athletics at Bishop Montgomery High School.

Registration deadline for summer conditioning is Monday, June 5th. To participate, student-athletes must submit the $175 participation fee for each sport and follow steps 1-4. Complementary physical exams are being held by Exer Urgent Care (Redondo Beach location only). Please see attached PDF instructions below to make an appointment.

ALL student athletes MUST complete Steps 1-3 in order to participate in sport:

 Submission of all forms must be completed on a yearly basis.

Step 1 Athletic Clearance
Student-athletes and their parents must complete all steps of the athletic clearance process at www.athleticclearance.com. (copy of front & back of insurance card and physical can be uploaded)- “How To” found below (Please select 2023-24 school year).

Step 2 Physical Exam
A physical exam must be completed by any MD/DO. The recommended physical exam form can be found below.

Recommended for quick turnaround visits: Exer Urgent Care: S. Pacific Coast Hwy. & Knob Hill Ave. 726 S. Pacific Coast Hwy. In Redondo Beach. Phone: (424) 296-3100

Step 3 Confirmation Page
A confirmation message will be sent via email once the online athletic clearance has been completed. Please print, sign, and return to the Athletic Trainer. Once all three steps are completed you will receive an email from Home Campus stating that the athlete is cleared. 


Step 4 Insurance Card
A copy of the student-athletes medical insurance card must be uploaded to the online athletic clearance.


Baseline Testing:

This test is done with the Athletic Trainer at school and must be done yearly.  The mandatory sports that require baseline testing: Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball and Softball.


General Injury Guidelines:

Injuries should be reported to coach and/or Athletic Trainer. Serious injuries should be seen by a physician. Athletes who are seen by a physician are under the care of that physician until that physician clears them to resume playing/practicing. 

To return to practice, athletes must turn in a "Doctor’s note/Release to return to Sports” to the Athletic Training Room. Athletic Trainer will provide notes to coaches for injured athletes to return to practice.

Injuries, such as sprains and strains, should be iced for 15 minutes. Wait 1 hour between icing sessions. Icing 3 times per day is recommended, especially for new injuries. A bag of frozen peas makes a nice ice pack. Avoid heat for the first 48 hours following an injury. Avoid ibuprofen and aspirin for the first 48 hours following an injury.

Athletic Trainer
Erika Woolett 
310-540-2021 x261

[email protected]