Flamson Middle School Athletics




    Tuesday, August 20, 3:15-6:00

    $20 per student-athelte

    *Reminder student-athletes must have their physicals taken before tryouts



    *Reminder student-athletes must have their physicals before participating in camp
                                   August 21         August 22      
    6th/7h/8th Grade:  3:15-4:45pm     3:15-4:45pm


    *Reminder student-athletes must have their physicals before tryouts
                        August 26         August 27         August 28
    6th Grade:  4:30-6:00pm    4:30-6:00pm     4:30-6:00pm
    7th Grade:  3:15-4:45pm    3:15-4:45pm     3:15-4:45pm
    8th Grade:  6:00-7:30pm    6:00-7:30pm     6:00-7:30pm


 Flamson Athletic Director

Phone: (805)769-1400


Degrees and Certifications:

Flamson Athletic Director

Kevin Hooge is the Athletic Director at Flamson Middle School. Please contact him for any additional questions about the Flamson Athletics Department.


Athletic Packet

  • All athletes must complete the following steps prior to practicing or competing on an athletic team:

    1. Complete the Middle School Athletic Packet and return to Athletic Director. 
    2. Obtain a physical with doctor signature on the CIF Physical Form (included in athletic packet)
    3. Maintain at least a 2.0 overall GPA

    Please download the athletic packet below, print, sign the appropriate pages, and submit to your school site (including physical).  Must have all pages completed before being allowed to participate.

    Middle School Athletic Packet

    Middle School Athletic Packet - Spanish

Middle School Athletics

  • Athletics, whether team-based or individual, are a great activity for children that provide a variety of benefits other than physical activity. Participation in sports can help build self-esteem and confidence, can motivate children to excel academically, and can help build social skills. Participation also can teach children the benefits of goal-setting and practice.


    Physical Activity

    Physical activity is the most obvious benefit of sports participation. Children often spend too much time watching television or playing video games. But sports practices and games provide an opportunity for exercise that can help keep kids in shape and healthy.

    Social Skills

    Sports participation can help children develop social skills that will benefit them throughout their entire lives. They learn to interact not only with other children their age, but also with older individuals in their coaches and sports officials. Kids learn leadership skills, team-building skills, and communication skills that will help them in school, their future career and personal relationships.


    As a reminder, we do charge admission for middle school volleyball, basketball, and soccer games to help cover the cost of officials:


    Adults:  $4

    Seniors (55+):  $2

    Students (w/ student ID):  $1

    Children (9 and under):  free