Welcome to GSA Middle and High School Athletics

2024-25 Fall Sports and Registration
Middle School High School
Boys Soccer Boys Soccer
Girls Volleyball Girls Volleyball
  Boys and Girls Cross Country
  Coed Esports
 
ALL SPORTS REGISTRATION IS NOW THROUGH FINALFORMS. PLEASE CREATE YOUR FINALFORMS ACCOUNT AND SIGN ALL OF THE FORMS AS PROMPTED BEFORE TRYOUTS.
REMINDER: SPORTS PHYSICALS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE THE TRYOUTS.
 
*** Registering on FinalForms does not guarantee the spot on the teams. There will be tryouts for each team.
*** Once the students make the team there will be a $50 athletics fee due by their second game. The athletic fees are none-refundable. If a student chooses to play all seasons the max will be $100 per year.
 

The MSHSAA Medical Eligibility form will be the ONLY page uploaded to Final Forms. NO PHYSICAL FORMS SHOULD BE UPLOADED and NO paper copies will be accepted.

GSA Middle School 

Fall Sports 

Winter Sports 

Spring Sports 

Girls Volleyball 

Boys Basketball 

Boys & Girls Track

Boys Soccer 

Girls Basketball 

Baseball

 

Coed Wrestling

Girls Soccer 

 

Cheerleading

 

GSA High School

Fall Sports 

Winter Sports 

Spring Sports 

Girls Volleyball 

Boys Basketball 

Boys & Girls Track & Field

Boys Soccer 

Girls Basketball 

Baseball

Boys & Girls Cross Country 

Coed Wrestling

Girls Soccer 

 

Coed Esports

Boys Volleyball

 

 

Coed Esports

Support GSA Athletics: Donate Today!

Support our athletic department by making a donation through the following links. When contributing, use the description "Athletics" for general donations. For specific sports support, indicate the sport name along with the school level (Middle or High School). For instance, you can specify "High School Boys Soccer" or "Middle School Girls Basketball," ensuring your contribution directly benefits the intended program.

If you prefer to make donations via checks, please make them out to GSA Booster. When writing the check, include a note specifying the attention to the specific sport or simply mention "Athletics" for general support.

Your generosity plays a crucial role in enhancing our sports programs and supporting the development of student-athletes.

GSA ATHLETICS PROUD SPONSORS

Athletic Policies and Procedures

The purpose of this handbook is to provide a guide for Gateway Science Academy Middle and High School parents and students regarding policies, procedures and responsibilities related to interscholastic sports. A major goal of the interscholastic athletic program is to involve as many student athletes as possible in an educationally sound and successful manner.

Salih Cavdar currently serves as the Athletic Director for GSA Middle and High School. A major responsibility of the Athletic Director is to assist all coaches in the implementation of athletic programs and to provide students with the finest athletic program possible. Should you have any questions regarding general athletic program policies or procedures please contact Mr. Cavdar at 314-261-4361 ext. 127, or [email protected]

The entire athletic program must work within the framework of the overall school program. No program can be successful without the cooperation and support of the community we serve. We hope that you find this information useful as you and your child begin your experience at GSA. Best of luck in all your athletic endeavors.

All students and children must be accompanied by their parent/guardian and must be under the supervision of that adult at all times


All parents, guardians, and supporters will conduct themselves in a positive sportsman-like manner with the shared understanding that interscholastic competitions should be played in a safe environment which promotes learning and growth for all scholar-athletes.


Students should support their team and display good sportsmanship. Cheering, chanting, and positive encouragement are all encouraged, but spectators should avoid disrespectful behavior or offensive language.


Negative remarks, vulgar language, unwarranted physical interaction, destruction of property, and verbal and/or physical altercations are direct violations of positive sportsmanship and could result in the following:

  • Removal at competition,
  • Inability to attend future competitions for all or a portion of the season,
  • Future disciplinary action by the school or outside authorities (as specified in the GSA Code of Conduct).

This document does not supersede the GSA Code of Conduct. Please be aware that discipline imposed by a school may carry a greater action than the sanctions listed above.


The following are guidelines for all spectators to promote positive sportsmanship:

  • Spectators will respect all coaches, umpires/officials, administrators, and other spectators.
    • Do not engage in physical or verbal intimidation, or abuse towards any player, official, umpire, coach, or spectator.
  • Spectators must always remain off the playing surface, including during halftime.
    • Respect all facilities and equipment.
  • Spectators should remain in their designated seating section.
    • Comply with any directives from facility supervisors, administrators and/or event staff.
  • Spectators will cheer for their team in a positive manner.
  • Do not use disparaging remarks towards the other teams).

Spectators will:

  • Not use artificial noisemakers.
  • Remain fully clothed.
  • Not throw any objects into stands or onto event surfaces.

Spectators will clean up after themselves:

  • Clean up after themselves and dispose of trash properly, whether at a school gymnasium, an outdoor field, or another venue.

Failure to comply with expectations could result in denial of admission or removal from sporting events.


All attendees acknowledge and agree to be positive examples for our scholar-athletes and accept responsibility for their actions as participants and spectators of athletics with GSA.

 

GSA Athletics Administration

Parent Consent
  • All the forms in FinalForms (formerly PRIVIT) will need to be signed by a parent is required for all students to try out for a GSA Athletics Team.
Concussion Information Fact Sheet
  • Prior to trying out for any athletic team, a Concussion Information Fact Sheet should be read and the concussion acknowledgement form signed by the parent and student/athlete on FinalForms.
All students who participate or try out for any interscholastic sport are required to have an annual physical exam by a licensed physician. The physical exam is good for only two year from the date of the exam and must be on file in the nurse’s office prior to the first sports clinic or tryout. GSA Middle and High School complies with the health and physical examination guidelines established by the Missouri State High School Activities Association.
Appropriate behavior is expected during all extra-curricular activities. All rules that govern and apply to student behavior during the school day also apply to extra-curricular activities. Student behavior on the bus, in the locker room, on the court/field, on the stage, etc., should promote a positive image of Gateway Science Middle and High School. Inappropriate behavior will not be accepted or tolerated. All extra-curricular activities are extensions of the school day, so inappropriate behavior during the school day will affect participation in the before and after-school programs. Coaches are encouraged to maintain communication with administrators and parents regarding any discipline situation. The school administration will be directly involved in significant disciplinary matters and will make decisions regarding appropriate consequences. 
All athletes who have made a team will play in all athletic contests. Playing time will not always be equal and is at the discretion of the individual coach. All coaches are asked to communicate their policies and practices regarding playing time to all athletes and parents shortly after the team is selected. Tournament playing time may differ from regular season playing time.
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MSHSAA HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULES