(850) 436-6400, ext. 112 (W); (850) 696-9636 (Cell) (850) 436-6405 (Fax)
Assistant Athletic Director
850-436-6400, ext. 129
Athletic News This Week
Support Crusader Athletics
The sale of Green and Gold Cards (parents' season passes to all home regular season athletic events this year) as well as Student Activity Cards, (students' season passes), is being carried out by Athletic Director, Richard LaBounty. Both Green and Gold Cards and Student Activity Cards are sold for $50 each. These season passes give you admission to all home, regular season athletic events throughout the entire year. This provides significant savings for any active CHS fan. If interested in purchasing either, please contact Coach LaBounty at 436-6400, ext. 112, or send a check along with the name(s) of the season pass holder to the Front Office. We will send them home with your child promptly.
We invite you to participate in a fundraising plan to help support the Pensacola Catholic High School Crusader Band program in its quest to provide students with unique and meaningful learning experiences through music performance. We are asking for your monetary support. In return we can offer you or your business an attractive advertising opportunity. For complete information, select this news story.
Sports physicals are required by the FHSAA and are good for 365 days. They must be completed on a FHSAA Physical Form. This Physical Form must be filled out and signed by a parent in advance of the physical. For more information about Athletic Eligibility, or to obtain the necessary forms, please contact the Athletic Director.
From the Athletic Director
For over 50 years, Pensacola Catholic High School has participated in high school athletics and has been a member of the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA). The athletic program at Catholic High School has become one of the most well respected and successful programs in the State of Florida. Catholic High is one of a few schools in the State of Florida that has won not only state championships but also been awarded by FHSAA the Floyd E. Lay Award for best athletic program overall and the Fred E. Rozelle Award for best display of Sportsmanship.
Catholic High School believes that a well-rounded education should include ample opportunities for participation in team sports. Catholic High's athletic program instills values of leadership, good judgment, maturity, sportsmanship, self image, and spirit.Catholic High fields 21 varsity teams and has won many district, regional, and state championships since 1957. Many Catholic High student-athletes have received college scholarships and some have gone on to play professionally.