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The Fresno Unified Athletic Department believes our students are the focus of our endeavors. The Fresno Unified Athletic Department believes that students enjoy the pursuit of personal excellence through athletic competition. The Fresno Unified Athletic Department believes athletics is an integral part of the education process. Through athletics, students learn important life lessons such as competitive spirit, striving to achieve to the best of their ability, teamwork, structure, setting and achieving goals, overcoming adversity, respect for others, sportsmanship, and character.

Athletics is an excellent means of bringing together, home, school, community, and culture, while contributing to the personal growth, and education of students. The FUSD athletic program will provide students the opportunity to compete in athletic contests with other schools. The athletic program will contribute in a positive way toward the total development of participants; aid the student in acquiring new friendships, community spirit, school spirit, competitive spirit, and good sportsmanship.

The success of the FUSD Athletic Program depends on quality coaching, the belief that we can achieve, effective management, and supervision of the program.


The Governing Board recognizes that extracurricular and co curricular activities enrich the educational and social development and experiences of students. The District shall encourage and support student participation in co/extracurricular activities without compromising the integrity and purpose of the education program.

Students will be provided opportunities to develop socially, emotionally, and physically through participation in athletics. Students will be encouraged to become involved, to help strengthen personal values and character; and understand the importance of teamwork, and the relationship of athletics to academic achievement.”


  • Every person enjoys the pursuit of excellence
  • Rules consistently applied create order and discipline
  • Teamwork and communication are keys to success
  • Every person needs to feel and to be treated with a sense of pride, dignity and respect
  • Commitment and dedication are essential
  • The only limitations a person has are those they set for themselves
  • High expectations equal self-confidence
  • Success comes from ones belief in themselves
  • Each person deserves respect
  • Respect, honesty and trust are essentials to productive relationships
  • Life is a series of choices that result in consequences


The FUSD Athletic Program promotes the physical, mental, moral, and social well being of students. The athletic program is an integral part of the total educational process. Athletics provide opportunities for students to develop and utilize athletic talents fully in organized competition with students of similar ability. We feel that the ultimate mission of the FUSD Athletic Department as an integral part of the total educational program is to ensure and enhance the quality of life for youth by providing competitive activities that will produce young men and women able to enter the community and become constructive, contributing members of society.


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