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Please download the Pali High Athletic Packet which includes our physical form and instructions on how to complete the rest of the required paperwork.

Athletic Packet

All Parents/guardians of athletes and all athletes must complete their Athletic Clearance Online Registration at for the 2017-2018 school year. Athletes must complete the online registration process and upload a copy of your child’s most recent physical (must be current and not expire in season).  You MUST turn in a copy of the physical, emergency card, and signed confirmation page to the coach

Video tutorial for online registration:



Athletic Screening “PHYSICALS” are mandated by CIF rules once a year for all those trying out or participating in Athletics.

ALL Incoming Freshmen Athletes that plan to tryout for a sport must have their physical before the first day of tryouts.

NO EXCEPTIONS! If your student/athlete has not had a complete physical in some time, you may want to consider a complete physical with your physician.



Emergency Cards MUST be on file with the appropriate coach to participate in tryouts.

Official tryouts for sports will be held during 7th period (2:13 p.m. - 3:08 p.m.) unless otherwise posted.

Teams may hold "workouts" at different times throughout the year. Please consult with the current coach for information regarding those "workout" start and finish times. Students may ride the late bus for free with a note from their coach on these days.

Vision Statement

To pursue academic and athletic excellence through participation in a high-quality athletic program which is committed to a values-based philosophy of sport which emphasizes the ideals of Pursuing Victory with Honor.

Mission Statement

The mission of the athletic program at Palisades Charter High School is to develop the student-athlete academically, physically, emotionally and socially by pursuing athletic excellence within a values-based sports program which is dedicated to the ideals of Pursuing Victory with Honor.



  • Cross Country (Boys and Girls)
  • Football
  • Golf (Girls)
  • Tennis (Girls)
  • Volleyball (Girls)
  • Water Polo (Boys)
  • Water Polo (Girls) Fall Class Winter Sport
  • Basketball (Boys and Girls) Fall Class Winter Sport
  • Soccer (Boys and Girls) Fall Class Winter Sport
  • Wrestling (Boys and Girls) Fall Class Winter Sport


  • Baseball (Boys)
  • Golf (Boys)
  • Softball (Girls)
  • Swim Team (Boys and Girls)
  • Tennis (Boys)
  • Track and Field (Boys and Girls)
  • Volleyball (Boys)
  • Lacrosse (Boys and Girls)

                                          WINTER SPORTS WRAP UP


Girls Basketball:


League Champions


Open Division Finalist


State tournament qualifier


Boys Basketball:


Division 1 Semifinalist


State tournament qualifier


Girls Polo:


League Champions


City Finalist


Boys Soccer:


League Champions


City Quarterfinalist



Girls Soccer:


League Champions


City Semifinalist





League Champions


Semifinalist City Dual Meet Championship


3rd place City Finals


State qualifier Hamzah Alsaud



                                                                  FALL SPORTS WRAP UP


Western League Champions      

Made the Division 1 playoffs as the 6th seed hosting and defeating Carson in our first home playoff game since the 97’ season.

Lost to San Pedro in the quarter finals.


Girls Volleyball:

Western League Champions      

Received the number three seed in the open division playoffs and lost in the City Finals to Granada Hills.

Qualified for the State Division 1 playoffs


 Boys Water Polo:

Western League Champions       

2016 CIF-LA City Champions


 Girls Tennis:

Western League Champions      

2016 CIF-LA City Champions

Qualified for the So-Cal State Regional Championships



Cross Country:

Boys and Girls teams won all three Western League divisions.

Girls team won the 2016 CIF-LA City Championship while the Boys took third place.

Girls team qualified for state.

Palisades High School Title IX Information
      SPORT            TOTAL
Female 321 1421
Male 490 1469
Grand Total 811 2890
  Varsity  Sports     Total Teams
FEMALE 12 24
MALE 13 27
Grand Total 25 51
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