Athletics Transfer Eligibility Procedure
These are the procedures for athletic transfer eligibility.
Fall 2020 Transfers
If you transfer for the Fall 2020 semester, see your new Athletic Director and obtain an ELIGIBILITY HARDSHIP TRANSFER form. Once this form is completed and turned into the CCS office, they will then process the transfer. Due to the closing (“hardship”) of Mercy High School, once all of the information checks out the transfer should be complete and the student-athlete will be able to play immediately.
Spring 2020 Transfers
If you transfer schools this current Spring Semester there may be a sit-out period or you may not be able to play due to the hardship not being in full effect until June 1st, 2020. Winter sports student-athletes are INELIGIBLE to play since they had already begun their season at their previous school. They are not allowed to play for 2 different teams in the same season. Sping student-athletes will need to complete an ELIGIBILITY HARDSHIP TRANSFER form with their new Athletics Director and will need to have a 30-day sit-out period until they are eligible to participate. Once the 30 days are over, the student-athlete will then be eligible to play.
Please be mindful that it is CCS’s objective to get these student-athletes out on the field/court as soon as possible, but they will need time for these transfers to process.
For any further questions please contact our Director of Athletics, Pam Alano
Athletics Department Philosophy
The vision of the Mercy Athletics Department is to create team environments that embrace the six core values of: discipline, accountability, integrity, communication, commitment, and community to build successful teams and establish cultures that generate positive experiences for all our student-athletes.
The goal for Mercy Athletics is to develop a strong foundation of character to help our student-athletes lead a successful productive life beyond the parameters of sport. These core values will be the daily guide for the Mercy Athletics Department, i.e. all student-athletes, parents, coaches, and administrators. These pillars are the foundation of Mercy Athletics. Our athletics department will be defined by these values as standards are set for a high level of athletic and academic excellence. Our student-athletes will develop the skills needed to become strong leaders in their community empowered to change the world. The Mercy athletic experience will represent a strong sisterhood of trust and respect where we all believe in one goal, one mission, one Mercy.
Mercy Athletics believes that participation in our athletic program is an educational activity that contributes to the physical, personal, social, and spiritual growth of the student-athletes involved, and aids in the development of our student-athlete as a Christian person. Competitive athletics are an integral part of the total educational program and contributes to the overall wellness of our student-athletes. Because of this belief, we hold that the athletic department is an integral part of the entire school by supporting its philosophy and participating in achieving its goals. All interscholastic activities of the Mercy High School Athletic Department will maintain, in practice as well as in spirit, the ideals and standards that are the policy of Mercy High School, the West Bay Athletic League, the Central Coast Section, and the California Interscholastic Federation.
Mercy Sports Awards Night 2019
More than 230 guests attended Mercy's Sports Awards Night to honor our student athletes. Keynote speaker, Gold Medalist, Jennifer Azzi shared her inspirational story of challenges, failure and success with attendees.
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