Athletics Department

The Coweta Public Schools athletic program is a significant part of the total educational experience available to students. These programs enhance learning in the school and contribute to a positive school climate. Participation in extracurricular activities is strongly encouraged because students learn teamwork, develop physically and emotionally, develop a sense of belonging and enhance their self-image.

Participation in athletics is a privilege and differs from a student's right to a general high school education. Rules and regulations governing each of the various athletic programs have been established to ensure fairness to all students and to guarantee that the school image resulting from the students who represent their school is a positive one.

Coweta Public Schools believes that athletics and activities is an important aspect of student life, and is dedicated both in theory and practice to the athletic/activities program. The health and well being of participants is first and foremost in the implementation of all athletic/activity programs.


When coaches begin practices at Coweta Public Schools, they consider more than just how to winCoaching pic.png the next game. They think about how they can help the students learn valuable lessons, such as respect, responsibility and integrity.

At Coweta Public Schools, coaches work to encourage their student athletes to be champions of character. Coaches integrate life lessons into their practices and games.

For a coaching position at Coweta Public Schools, interested individuals should apply for available positions on our website Employment page.

Athletic Office: (918) 486-6103 ext. 8006
District Athletic Secretary: Kerri Bradshaw
District Athletic Director: Dewayne Hunter

Attending Sporting Events

In order to provide a more enjoyable and safe experience while attending Coweta Public School sporting events, it will be required that all students remain seated during the course of a game unless using the restroom or visiting the concession.

A parent is strongly urged to attend the event with their child in order to provide responsibility and accountability.

Online Form Information

All athletes, grades 7-12, who participate in any Coweta school sponsored sport will be required to have an OSSAA Physical Form, a Concussion and Head Injury Acknowledgement Form, an Athlete/Parent/Guardian Sudden Cardiac Arrest Symptoms and Warning Signs Information Sheet and Acknowledgement of Receipt and Review Form, and a drug test as outlined by the Coweta Board of Education Policy.

The forms are now completed online. Please follow the link below to access the forms. You will need your child's powerschool ID number to create your account.

Pre-Sale Football Tickets

The Coweta athletic department will offer a pre-sale for football tickets for the varsity football game on Friday, September 25th vs. Edison, which will be played on the track field, located across the street from the I-High.
Tickets will be sold on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 22nd and 23rd from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the I-High, and on Tuesday evening at the I-High as well, from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Cash or Checks (payable to CPS) ONLY will be accepted.

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Online Enrollment for Student Insurance

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Information on the new Coweta Public Schools Drug Testing Policy
for students participating in OSSAA activities.