Before you participate in any practice, tryout or competition, you will need to complete the online registration process.
Step One: A sports-qualifying physical must be on file in our office before you can register online. Sports-qualifying physicals are good for three years.
Step Two: Complete the MSHSL forms in the online registration system.
Step Three: Once the sports-qualifying physical in on file and the MSHSL forms are completed in the online system, you can register for athletics.
Payment: If you are going to pay in cash or do a partial payment in the athletic office, please complete the online registration paperwork. Once your online registration is complete, bring your payment to the Athletic and Competitive Activities Office located at Richfield High School or to the Student Services Office at Richfield Middle School.
Registration fees are due at the time of registration. If you are unable to pay the full amount, contact the Athletic and Competitive Activities Office for payment plan options. As a reminder, you will need to pay past due payment plan fees or make a minimum payment and submit a payment plan to participate.
If you are going to pay in cash or do a partial payment in the Athletic and Competitive Activities Office (located in Richfield High School), please complete the MSHSL forms, Registration Form and Emergency Card in the online system and process that portion of the registration prior to coming to the Athletic and Competitive Activities Office.
If you need a sports-qualifying physical, it is best to have your primary healthcare provider complete the exam because they are most aware of your health history. A second option is to go to your family’s health clinic. If you do not have a primary care physician or a family clinic, a third option is the Richfield Health Resource Center (RHRC) in Richfield High School.
RHRC is open Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-5 p.m. As a reminder, the RHRC provides care on a first-come, first-served basis and the beginning of each athletic season is a very busy time. Once the RHRC reaches patient capacity for an afternoon, patients are turned away. It is recommended that students get their sports-qualifying physical done before it is needed for Richfield athletics.
It is important to complete page two of the form before attending your appointment, including a parent/guardian signature.
After your physical, it is your responsibility to bring a copy of the form to the Athletic and Competitive Activities Office. You can send it to email@example.com, fax it to 612-798-6129, or bring it to the Athletic and Competitive Activities Office at Richfield High School or the Student Services Office at Richfield Middle School.