Classes 8-12 » Athletics

Athletics

Please register your student in the grade they will enroll in for the 2022-23 school year.

Please note: This information is tentative and subject to change.

 

Any parent/student who registers during a time where they are not allowed to will be withdrawn from the class and refunded their registration cost minus a $75.00 false registration fee. They will then need to re-register at full cost on the appropriate day.  Full refunds will be granted up to May 13th @ midnight.  No refunds will be issued after May 13th @ midnight. 

 

Advanced Dance

Instructor: Tracy Shen 

Grades: 9-12

Spring Semester: June 21st to July 8th, 2022 

Days & Times: Daily, 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Advanced Dance is a three week course. Advanced dancers must receive teacher approval to join. This is the highest level of dance offered. Previous dance training and experience is necessary. This course requires a high level of technique and includes rigorous dance technique, performance training and conditioning. Students will be involved in all aspects of choreography, production, performance and leadership. Dance is for enrichment only, and will not offer academic credit.

Beginning Dance 

Instructor: Tracy Shen 

Grades: 8-12 

Fall Semester: May 31st to June 17th, 2022 

Days & Times: Daily, 1:00pm to 4:00pm 

The three week course is designed for beginning levels and includes a strenuous warm-up that develops proper body alignment, physical conditioning and dance technique. A dance vocabulary is acquired as well as an appreciation of dance as an art form. The dance styles we will focus on are: ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip-hop and musical theater. This course's objective is to provide students with the knowledge, application, and appreciation of dance and movement. Course content consists of: dance technique, choreography, improvisation, style, collaboration, and performance. The course will end with a final dance performance. Dance is for enrichment only, and will not offer academic credit. 

 

Cheer: JV/Varsity 

Instructor: Savannah Sherman

Grades: 9-12

Fall Semester: May 31 - June 17, 2022

Days & Times: Monday & Wednesday 4:30-6:30pm, and Tuesday & Thursday 6:00- 8:00pm

Summer Camp for 2022-2023 San Marino High School Cheer students only.  Conditioning, stunting and learning cheers will be conducted during camp.

Cross Country 

Instructor: Alexis Kling 

Grades: 6-12 

Fall and Spring Semesters: May 31 - July 8, 2022 

Days & Times: Daily, 6:30-7:45am 

All students participating in this course will be learning about the fundamentals of distance running. Other than running, participants will also be doing routines such as strength, flexibility, and stretches that will have huge benefits to running faster and being overall fitter. This is a program for students of all levels, as they will be running from 10 to 45 miles per week. Students that are looking to participate in cross country during the school year are highly recommended to participate in this program, as it has been proven that members who are used to the training by summer will perform a lot better during competitions in the fall and so on. This course will also benefit members by getting to know all team members better, which has been a foundation to success in this program. 

Football for Returning Players: Strength and Conditioning and Practice Instructor: Ray Torres 

Grades: 10-12 

Fall and Spring Semesters: May 31 - July 8, 2022 

Strength and Conditioning: Monday and Wednesday from 2:00pm to 3:45pm

Practice: Monday through Thursday from 4:05pm to 6:30pm 

This course provides instruction, training, and practice in the advanced techniques of football. All students will engage in an off-season program emphasizing instruction, skill development, strength training, and conditioning. 

*Friday Practices: TBD based on possible 7 on 7 tournaments 

**Saturday Tournaments: TBD 

Students enrolled in this section are required to attend both the Strength and Conditioning and Practice sessions. 

Football for Rising 8th Graders & Freshmen: Strength and Conditioning and Practice Instructor: Will Torres 

Grades: 8-9 

Fall and Spring Semesters: May 31 - July 8, 2022 

Strength and Conditioning: Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:45pm

Practice: Monday through Thursday from 4:05pm to 6:30pm 

Students enrolled in this section will participate in a comprehensive 5 week strength and conditioning program intended to teach the fundamentals and techniques involved in strength training. The program will offer students a foundation for success as they prepare themselves for high school athletics in the upcoming years. Students enrolled in this section are required to attend both the Strength and Conditioning and Practice sessions. 

Tennis 

Instructor: Melwin Pereira 

Grades: 6-12 

Fall and Spring Semesters: May 31 - July 8, 2022 

Monday through Thursday from 1:00pm to 4:00pm 

Class will be for Intermediate through Advanced Level, please No Beginners. If you can Serve 8 consecutive serves, keep score and keep a rally of 10 consecutive hits over the net you are

considered an Intermediate level player. Advanced level players will be separated into different groups. They work on match play, drills preparing them for matchplay, working on accuracy and strategy. Footwork is emphasized with utmost importance. In addition, we will be working on doubles play and volleys. 

Volleyball 

Instructor: Angel Ramirez 

Grades: 8-12

Fall Semester: May 31 - June 17, 2022 

Days & Times: Daily, 12:45-3:00pm 

An all skill level course in place to help develop and/or maintain our athletes volleyball skills through the summer/off season. Areas of focus will include serving, passing, setting, and attacking at the fundamental and advanced levels. Here we will introduce certain strategies for both offense and defense to get us to an understanding of how live gameplay works. Throughout the course we’ll be able to incorporate mini games, scrimmages, and conditioning to get our athletes familiar with how the program works during the fall season. Our SMHS Girls Volleyball summer course’s overall goal will be to help prepare those interested in trying out and playing in the upcoming fall 2022/2023 Girls Volleyball season. 

Requirements: athletic indoor shoes, volleyball attire, water 

Recommendations: knee pads, ankle braces, knee braces

 

Volleyball 

Instructor: Angel Ramirez 

Grades: 8-12

Spring Semester: June 21st to July 8th, 2022 

Days & Times: Tuesday through Thursday, 6:00-8:00pm

An co-ed open gym style course in place to help develop and/or maintain our athletes volleyball skills through the summer/off season. Areas of focus will include serving, passing, setting, and attacking at the fundamental through the advanced levels. Here we will introduce certain strategies for both offense and defense to get us to an understanding of how live gameplay works. Throughout the course we’ll be able to incorporate mini games, scrimmages, and conditioning to get our athletes familiar with volleyball at the HS level. Our SMHS Volleyball summer course will be open to all students. Our Gym net system gives us access to boys, girls and co-ed net heights to accommodate the different levels of play.

Requirements: athletic indoor shoes, volleyball attire, water 

Recommendations: knee pads, ankle braces, knee braces

 

Water Polo

Instructor: Robert Zirovich

Grades: 6-12

Fall and Spring Semesters: May 31 - July 8, 2022

Days & Times: Monday through Thursday from 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Student-Athletes enrolled in this class will have the opportunity to learn, exercise and develop their water polo skills.  The class is directed by certified USA Water Polo Coach Robert Zirovich and his staff.  Returning athletes will have fun mastering shooting, passing, & wrestling skills while developing their strategic quick thinking skills.  Novice participants will learn the fundamentals and rules of the game.  All participants must be able to swim.  Competitive club swimmers and water polo players are encouraged to attend.

Location: SMHS Pool