Athletics Overview & Tryout Schedule
The Mustangs have a long tradition of fielding outstanding athletic teams and offering extensive, enriching extracurricular activities. Over the years we have won CIF titles in football, girls’ volleyball, boys’ cross country, girls’ cross country, girls’ basketball, wrestling, girls’ tennis, boys’ volleyball, boys’ tennis, girls’ soccer, and boys’ water polo, as well as League championships in every sport. Mira Costa is a member of the Bay League. Here are a few FAQs to help you pick the activity that is just right for you.
Can I participate in more than one sport?
Absolutely! Just be sure that the commitments of one sport do not keep you from your obligations to another. The best way to find out is to check with the coach, adviser or booster contact.
How do I ensure eligibility to play a sport?
In order for a student to participate in athletics at Mira Costa High School, his or her grades must reflect a "C" (2.0) grade point average or better with a minimum of twenty (20) credits of new work completed or in progress. All classes that a student is enrolled in at Mira Costa count in the grade point average.
In order to participate in sports, students must complete an Athletic Packet. This packet includes the following:
The Athletic Packet must be completed and returned to the Administration Office before an athlete will be allowed to participate with the team.
How do I tryout?
Most teams hold tryouts due to the limited number of spots on teams. Tryout times and places will be publicized in the school Daily Bulletin. Athletes participating in another sport during the tryout period will have an opportunity to tryout once their current sport has concluded. For detailed tryout information, visit https://www.mbxfoundation.org/booster-clubs/ and click through to each individual sport or activity
Being a member of an athletic team is both a tremendous honor and a significant responsibility. Teams practice on a daily basis during their season, often including Saturdays. Sports that run through school vacation frequently have practices and/or games scheduled during vacation time. Before trying out for a sport, the student should consider the time commitment. Once a student is on a team, he or she is expected to complete the season. This includes attendance at all games and practices.