Sean Burke - Athletic Director
Mark Kelley - Assistant Athletic Director
508-943-6700, ext. 176
Register online for Baseball, Softball, Track & Field, Lacrosse or Tennis
(Click on the REGISTER NOW! link above)
All registrations will be done online. Log into your account. Your saved information from a previous season will be available to edit. If you don't have an account, proceed to step 2 to create one.
Click on the following image to pay online.
- Football Website
- Sports Offerings
- Uniform Information
- SH Sports Academy
- District Policies
- Concussion Information
- Soccer Website
- District Physical & Pre-Participation Concussion Forms
($150/sport; $500 max. per family/year)
Boys Lacrosse – Varsity, JV
Boys Track & Field – Varsity
Girls Track & Field – Varsity
The philosophy of the Shepherd Hill Sports Academy is to provide a safe environment where children can learn the fundamentals of a variety of sports, participate in traditional athletic activities and can feel that they have achieved a measure of success. The staff encourages all attendees to participate in all of the drills, games and associated activities. The staff help to promote a healthy respect for the sport, sportsmanship and the common values we all hold true: honesty, cooperation, caring for others, friendship and self-esteem. The staff of the Shepherd Hill Sports Academy is made up primarily of Shepherd Hill coaches and student athletes. The Shepherd Hill Sports Academy clinics intentionally maintain a high staff ratio in order to provide more individual attention to each child thus making the clinic experience more rewarding.
Did you know there is a feature for parents and fans that will enable you to sign-up for emails and/or texts when there is a change to your child's schedule? Another feature will sync your computer or phone with your son's schedule. Please see the link below for a complete parent's guide.
- Preventing Prescription Opioid Misuse Among Student Athletes
- Injury Management: A Key Component of Prescription Opioid Misuse Prevention
- What to Know About Prescription Opioids
- Guidance on Communications After a Non-Concussion Sports Injury