Extra-curricular and Co-curricular Eligibility Policy
Co-Curricular (Clubs) /Extracurricular Eligibility (Athletics)
1. Eligibility Requirements:
To be eligible to participate in any extracurricular and/or co-curricular activity, the student must be
passing a minimum of 4 credit-bearing courses (not including Driver’s Education or Advisory) during the
previous PMHS reporting period. Passing is defined by the institution granting credit. The progress report
snapshot is taken at 8:00 AM on the snapshot date (see handbook for dates).
A student who is considered ineligible (not passing a minimum of 4 credit bearing courses) is not allowed
to participate or attend any activity, meeting, practice, or team event until the next reporting out date
or the start of the next season.
3. Co-Curricular Probation:
Students have a maximum of two weeks from the reporting out date to gain eligibility for participation in
a co-curricular activity. During that period, the student is ineligible to participate in co-curricular activities
until he/she is meeting eligibility requirements. If the student does not meet eligibility requirements
within the two week period, he/she is ineligible to participate until the next reporting out date
4. Competency Recovery :
Students who do not meet the PMHS Extra-Curricular requirements have until the start date of the next
season (as set forth by the NHIAA guidelines) to do competency recovery to become eligible.
Example: If a student does not meet the PMHS eligibility requirements at the first reporting out
period, he/she has until the start date of the winter season (as set forth by the NHIAA guidelines) to do
competency recovery to gain eligibility.