PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT PARTICIPATING IN HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS IS A PRIVILEGE
This 'privilege' is earned and must be maintained by each participant. Once a member of a team, the choices one makes affects each athletes eligibility. Athletes must take a moment to read and understand the Athletic Code of Conduct. The "CODE" along with the specific team rules will be in effect throughout the school year.
Academic Eligibility - Tesoro High School expects our student-athletes to be students first, and maintain exemplary character in the classroom by being in class everyday, modeling mature behavior and focusing on academics. Each student must complete each semester passing 20 units with a minimum 2.0 grade point average and only one PE class may be used toward credit in earning the 2.0 gpa. If any student-athlete falls below a 2.0 gpa, he/she will be granted a one-time probation by the Athletic Director.
Physical Eligibility - The Athletic Clearance Packet must be completely filled out and turned into the Athletic Office before any student is able to tryout for, or participate on any athletic team.
Transfer Eligibilty - If your son/daughter has transfered from another high school to Tesoro, he/she will need to see the Athletic Director for CIF Transfer Eligibility Paperwork. Transfer students are not allowed to participate in any competition until cleared by the CIF Southern Section. Participation prior to clearance could result in forfeiture of games and ineligibility for the athlete.
Hot Weather Guidelines - Athletics
Parents and Athletes -
The Tesoro High School coaches are implementing appropriate measures to keep kids safe during the current heat wave. Coaches will still conduct practice, but modify the ...more
Varsity Jacket Info
Donald Hogan, a 2007 Tesoro High School graduate and San Clemente resident, joined the Marine Corps and was deployed to Afghanistan. In August 2009, was killed in action protecting his fellow soldiers. Hogan was later honored with the Navy Cross, the Nation's second highest decoration for Valor.
In his memory, Tesoro High School and San Clemente High School are proud to hold the Second Annual Sock Drive for Heroes. The single most requested items from active soldiers in Afghanistan today is for clean socks.
The goal? To collect 10,000 black or brown cotton athletic crew socks to be sent to Army Units still serving before the upcoming holidays. The winner of the drive will be announced at halftime at the San Clemente vs. Tesoro football game on Friday, October 2nd at Tesoro.
Tesoro proudly won the first drive in 2014!
To donate: Please consider bringing socks at the collection tubs on campus beginning September 21st, the night of the game, or at the Titan link by clicking here.
Thank you in advance for your support!
Posted by: Ryan Schreiber (AD)