Students who participate in interscholastic athletics represent Bishop Kenny High School and are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with the Bishop Kenny Student Code of Conduct, as well as the rules and policies set forth by the Florida High School Athletic Association. Participation in interscholastic athletics is a privilege and should be regarded as such, therefore student-athletes are expected to exhibit the qualities of integrity, respect and sportsmanship at all times. The Code of Conduct applies to the student-athlete as a representative of Bishop Kenny and includes: practice, pre and post-practice, travel, games, pre and post-game conduct. Students who violate any part of the Code of Conduct, Hazing Policy, or the FHSAA policies while representing Bishop Kenny will be subject to disciplinary action through the Office of the Dean of Students, as well as penalties handed down by the FHSAA. Any misconduct by a student-athlete resulting in a fine by the FHSAA will be paid for by the offending student or billed to his/her account from the Business Office.
Student Athlete Health & Wellness Guides
In an effort to keep student athletes healthy through the year, the Jacksonville Orthpaedic Institute has developed 2 guides for parents and students. Please review the links below for valuable information.
NCAA Eligibility Requirements
After 4 years of high school some students may be given the opportunity to participate in athletics during their college career. The FHSAA has created a Quick Reference Guide outlining eligibility requirements. Click here
to view the guide. Additional information regarding the new NCAA eligibility requirements
College Recruiting Procedures
for a comprehensive insight to the college recruiting process.