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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.

In order to participate in a sport at BMHS, student-athletes and their parents must complete all steps of the athletic clearance process at www.athleticclearance.com.
For a step-by-step guide for the online athletic clearance process, please click on the pdf. file below or click on the link to the right.

*Please note that online submission of all forms must be completed on a yearly basis.

All athletes must complete the online clearance and turn in a signed confirmation page, physical exam form and copies of the front & back of the insurance card to the athletic department. You will receive an email once you are cleared to participate.


Athletic Physical Exams

Exer Urgent Care (Redondo Beach) will be providing FREE physical exams to all students in 2022 (a small donation of $25 to BMHS Athletics is appreciated).

June 16 - June 19 / 9:00am - 7:00pm each day (no appointment necessary).

*Please note the following from Exer:
- No insurance is needed
- All students under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian

*all students must bring the pre-participation form and a blank physical form with them to their appointment (download forms at right).


Baseline Test: This test is done with the Athletic Trainer at school and must be done yearly.  The mandatory sports that require this test are 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.
Training Room Contact Information
Jamie Haagsma '00 
310-540-2021 x261