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SPORTS SCHEDULES

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Updated team schedules, school maps, contest changes and/or cancellations are available for Rochester Adams and Van Hoosen Middle School by following the link below: 
http://www.oaklandactivitiesassoc.org/g5-bin/client.cgi?G5genie=275&school_id=1

 Features include:
 * "Notify Me" option to receive email notice when there are contests changes or cancellations
 * Link to Mapquest for event locales when clicking on contest location
 * The ability to print multiple sport/team schedules in a calendar format by using Ctrl Tab
 * Bus departure times are displayed

SUPPLEMENTAL STUDENT INJURY INSURANCE

Rochester Community Schools does does not provide any type of health or accident insurance for injuries incurred by your child at school. However, as a service to students and their families, the school district is making available a student accident insurance plan for your child at a very nominal cost. 

Scroll up to the Forms & Information section for more information on supplemental insurance coverage or contact the athletic office (726-5208).   

COLLEGE BOUND ATHLETES HIGHLIGHTED

Adams recently announced 15 student athletes have committed to continuing their athletic careers at the next level.  Included in the photo above, from the bottom row and left to right are:

David Rinke (Calvin College) - Basketball, Adam Slating (Saginaw Valley State) - Football, Joe Prechtel (University of Toledo) - Baseball, Spencer Littleson (Duquesne University) - Basketball, Jamie Miller (Naval Academy) - Swimming, Olivia Argeros (Michigan State) - Soccer, Paige Staudacher (Notre Dame College) - Volleyball

AJ Shaw (Oakland University) - Soccer, Andi Chaloult (Pomona College) - Golf, Taylor Smith (Lake Superior State) - Basketball, Johanna Lohner (Augustana College) - Swimming, Claire McGinnis (University of Miami) - Swimming, Matt McClennen (Northwood University) - Baseball

Not pictured:  Michael Wetungu (Michigan State) - Soccer, Claire Koger (Lourdes University) - Volleyball

BOYS SKI - LEAGUE CHAMPIONS & STATE FINAL APPEARANCE

The boys ski team won the SEMSL league title for only the second time in school history and qualified for the State Finals in Marquette, where they finished 8th overall. 

BOYS BASKETBALL - DISTRICT TITLE

The Highlander basketball team won the District Championship and advanced to the Regional Final, finishing with a record of 18-6.

UNITED HOCKEY - LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

United hockey earned a share of the OAA Red Division league title, after winning the league outright last season. 

BOYS WRESTLING - DISTRICT CHAMPS

The wrestling team earned a District title for the second year in a row, with victories over Rochester and Lake Orion

BOYS SWIM & DIVE - 9th PLACE FINISH AT STATE FINALS

The boys swim and dive team concluded a highly successful season with a 9th place finish at the State Finals. 

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY WINS LEAGUE TITLE - GIRLS TEAM FOLLOWS THEM TO STATE FINALS

The boys cross country team outdistanced all other schools in the OAA Red Division, winning the league championship and finishing 5th place at the State Finals. The girls team also qualified for the State Finals and landed in 12th place, out of 27 competing schools.

GIRLS SWIM/DIVE - LEAGUE CHAMPS AND 6th PLACE AT STATE FINALS

The girls swim/dive team won the OAA Red Division League title for the second year in a row, finishing the dual meet schedule undefeated.  Additionally, they recorded a 3rd place finish at the Oakland County meet and 6th place overall at the Division 2 State Finals.  

BOYS SOCCER - LEAGUE, DISTRICT & REGIONAL CHAMPS

For the second season in a row, the Highlander kickers earned District and Regional titles.  Additionally, the team added the OAA Red Division league title this year while advancing to the Final Four in state tournament play.  

CROSSTOWN CHARITY BOWL RAISES $10,455 FOR OPERATION HOMEFRONT

On October 16th, the combined efforts of the cheerleaders, football players and spectators from both Adams and Rochester earned $10,455 for Operation Homefront. The participants sponsored and wore jerseys in honor of someone special who served, or is currently serving in our military and the commemorative jerseys were presented to honorees following the game.

Operation Homefront is a non-profit service organization that provides financial assistance to military families and wounded warriors in need.

COLLEGE BOUND ATHLETE ASSISTANCE - NCAA and NAIA

We are pleased to inform you that Adams High School is making CoreCourseGPA.com, a web-based software program, available to all Adams High School student-athletes and their parents/guardians free of charge.

If your child has aspirations of competing athletically as a freshman at an NCAA Division I or Division II school, they must meet NCAA Initial-Eligibility minimum standards, including minimum core course GPA and SAT/ACT test score requirements. CoreCourseGPA.com is an innovative tool that allows you to easily track your son or daughter's progress towards meeting these requirements, beginning as soon as the first semester of their freshman year.

CoreCourseGPA.com incorporates the NCAA recognized core courses for Adams High School into the online course entry forms, calculates BOTH Division I and Division II core course GPA, automatically factors weighted grades into calculations and tracks course requirements for BOTH Division I and Division II. Your son or daughter's core course information is saved for the duration of their high school career.

Activate Your FREE Membership
Step 1:  Go to www.corecoursegpa.com
Step 2:  Click "Free New Member Account"
Step 3:  Enter School ID (233194) and School Code (782400722)
Step 4:  Complete Registration Form

CoreCourseGPA.com also provides you access to free recruiting webinars through FreeRecruitingWebinar.org, a nonprofit program.  Webinar previews as well as full length recruiting webinars may be accessed on the FreeRecruitingWebinar.org website.  Viewing a full length webinar is highly recommended to learn about the facts and rules of recruiting. The recruiting process starts in the freshman year. Make sure you are prepared.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT YOUR USE OF CORECOURSEGPA.COM IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR REGISTERING WITH THE NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER AFTER THE COMPLETION OF SIX HIGH SCHOOL SEMESTERS.

Every year in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), more than 65,000 students compete in 23 National Championships while earning $500 million in scholarships across our 252 member schools.

Simply visit www.collegesportsinfo.org view/download a brief video series, access a PowerPoint presentation and print off an NAIA Eligibility Center checklist so you can get started with the NAIA Eligibility Center registration process right away.