The Interscholastic Athletic Program at Oakmont Regional High School is committed to the Mission Statement of Oakmont Regional High School, which states:
“Oakmont Regional High School provides an inclusive, nurturing, educational environment where students pursue academic excellence, practice respect and prepare for life-long participation in a global society.”
Athletics is an extension of the school day. Coaches are charged with the responsibility to not only teach student-athletes the skills ad strategies of their particular sport, but many other values that come from being a member of a team. A team is a group of people working together to reach a common goal or goals with each level of athletics that student-athletes compete at, team goals may be different, but none the less coaches will do their best to develop certain values while striving for those goals. Coaches will teach the core values listed previously and in the MIAA Handbook. Although this is an awesome responsibility, coaches will strive to do their best and always take the well being of the student-athletes and their teams seriously.
The Oakmont Regional Athletic program expects our student-athletes to participate and compete with poise and class. This should be a very important part of the instruction that takes place at each practice session and game.
Tryouts are open to all students, providing they are in good standing academically, are good school citizens, and are physically fit to participate. Participation in the Oakmont Regional High School Athletic Program is a privilege, which students earn by maintaining these standards.