Josh Sullivan | Activities and Athletics Manager |

Here at Reservoir, we offer our students an excellent coaching staff who have garnered "State Coach of the Year" and Hall of Fame honors. Our coaches believe in the student centered education based approach to Athletics. Our Student Athletes have gone on to pursue their academic and athletic careers at all levels from community college to Division 1 institutions.

Spring Sports Season Information-Paperwork

The following information will be helpful for any student who plans to try out for Baseball, Softball, Track and Field, Boys and Girls Lacrosse, Tennis, or Allied Softball.

  1. Students must be academically eligible. They must have a 2.0 GPA for the 2nd marking period. They are permitted to have one failing grade but still must have a 2.0 GPA..
  2. All students must be insured.
  3. They must have the following documents on file prior to starting tryouts:

1.  Current Physical dated after 4/1/2016.  A physical is needed yearly.

2.  Copy of Birth Certificate - if a student has tried out for a sport before, this document is already on file.

3.  Proof of Residency - each season. Utility bill (BGE for example) is best option.

4.  Athletic Participation - required each sports season.

5.  Concussion Testing - once completed, this is good for 2 years.

6.  Sudden Cardiac Arrest Form


1. Proof of Residency

2. Athletic Participation

All forms can be found on the RHS website ( Go to the website and click on Student Life and then Athletics. This information as well as links to the paperwork can be found at the bottom of the page. Forms can also be found in the Front Office and Student Services. All forms must be turned into the coach prior to tryouts.

Spring Sports Season Information- Concussion Testing

Concussion testing will be conducted by our Athletic Trainer, Ms. Jessica Simeone. The following are the dates that we will have concussion testing this spring:

  • Friday February 24th 3:00 (room 300 and room 303 if needed)
  • Monday February 27th 3:00 (room 300 and room 303 if needed)
    • Mandatory for Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, and Pole Vault




Athletic Rules of Conduct

At all Howard County athletic events, we strive to provide a pleasant and safe environment for all spectators and participants. We ask fans to refrain from:

  • Intimidating or harassing the players, coaches, officials, or fans
  • Using profanity
  • Throwing objects
  • Entering the playing area
  • Loitering in the hallways or on the grounds
  • Those who fail to abide by the Rules of Conduct will be asked to leave the contest, and could result in a trespass letter banning the spectator from future athletic events at the school.

Admission is a privilege to observe a contest, not a license to display insensitive or offensive behavior. Enjoy the event! Be a fan, not a fanatic!

HCPSS Athletic Participation Resources

Athletic Participation Form

Student athletic policy agreement form for new student athletes.

Sports Concussion Testing Program and Release of Information

Agreement for families that acknowledge HCPSS may administer pre-concussion baseline testing and post-concussion testing after a sports-related injury.

HCPSS Athletics Concussion Information Sheet

Overview of concussion signs and symptoms that can occur in student athletes.

Pre-participation Physical Evaluation Form

Physician forms for future student athletes to fill out prior to sport seasons.

Medication Procedure Information

Protocols for administration of student medication during school hours along with a medication administration history form for physicians.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Information

Acknowledgement statement and guidelines for identifying and responding to a cardiac arrest scenario.