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Important Parent Meeting

Tuesday, October 27th at 6:30 pm in the EHS Auditorium

Anyone interested in playing for Etowah's JV or Varsity teams, please attend this informational meeting. This meeting is for parents only, please.  We encourage safe social distancing and masks!


It's that time again! Support our teams through the 2020 Poinsettia Fundraiser.



WE LOVE OUR SENIORS!

BASEBALL is more than a game! We SERVE.....

Miracle League Opening Day, Sept. 14th, 2019

Coach Robinson Celebrates 400 WINS!

Coach Robinson reaches his 400th career win while sweeping the #1 seeded Lowndes County in the first round of the State Playoffs.  

WELL DONE, Coach!

Coach Robinson celebrates 400 WINS!
ELITE 8!  CONGRATULATIONS EAGLES! Keep it going.....

2017 AAAAAAA Georgia State Championship Team


State Champion Ring Presentation

 

 


Alumni in the News



Waters earned a spot at the Brave's big league camp

Having set himself among the Braves’ elite prospects, former Etowah standout Drew Waters earned a spot at the team’s big league camp


2020-21 General Registration

Anyone interested in playing for EHS baseball will need to follow this link and register their player. Upon registering, you will receive email communication for all upcoming preseason activities. Coach will communicate directly with players however this ensures that parents are included in communication as well.

20-21 GHSA SPORTS PHYSICAL INFORMATION

Below you will find the 20-21 GHSA Sports Physical Form as well as the detailed instructions to register your player online through the Canvas platform.  Each player and parent will need to sign into Canvas and complete the online form.  Additionally, the forms must be signed by a doctor and returned to June Pollack in the Athletic Director's office before players are able to participate.

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THANK YOU Sponsors!

To view our Sponsorship levels for 2020, please see brochure below.

NCAA Eligibility

Follow this link to learn more about what it takes to be a successful college student athlete. Knowledge is power!