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2020-2021 FinalForms Registration and Sign-up Now Available for HS & MS Athletes

FinalForms is now active for the 2020-2021 school year.  Athletes wishing to be part of athletic teams for the 2020-2021 school year need to register through FinalForms.  The link to FinalForms is under the ‘More’ tab and ‘Required Forms’ tab on the Athletic Department website www.medinaathletics.com.  It can also be found on the Athletics page

MCS Information Regarding Return to Training for Athletics

On May 22nd, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, along with an amended order from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) announced that K-12 schools may begin to open school athletic facilities following state guidance, and implementation of proper procedures and protocols. This will allow for Medina High School student-athletes to return to athletic training through a

Opening of MCS Outdoor Facilities

Beginning Monday, June 1, District outdoor athletic facilities will be reopened for use by the public under specific guidelines that have been set in collaboration with the Medina County Health Department and the Stay Safe Ohio Guidelines. Facilities that will be reopening include Ken Dukes Stadium which encompasses the field and track, Memorial Stadium field

Cheerleading Tryout Dates for Football and Basketball 2020-2021

The 2020-2021 Medina High School football and basketball cheerleading tryouts will be held July 20-24, 2020. Check the medinaathletics.com website on July 20th for more specific details and the tryout material. FinalForms, including a current physical, needs to be completed before tryouts. Any questions, please email Coach Clardy (clardyw@medinabees.org).

MHS Uniform/Equipment Return and Awards Pickup

The end of the year has brought many challenges and many new normals.  We are currently preparing for closing out the year and developing plans for the dropping off of materials and the picking up of student belongings left at the building. As you know the Governor has closed schools through the end of the

MCS Athletics Update & FAQs

On April 30th, the OHSAA extended the current interscholastic athletics non-contact period through May 31st.  The OHSAA has provided a helpful FAQ sheet regarding the non-contact period.  We encourage parents and student-athletes to review this document.  As a reminder, this non-contact period applies to ALL interscholastic teams, not just spring sports.  https://ohsaaweb.blob.core.windows.net/files/BulletinBoard/OHSAAUpdatesApril30.pdf On April 29th,

Board of Education Approves Resolution to Reimburse Spring Pay-to-Participate Fees

During the May 4th, 2020 Board of Education work session, the Board approved a resolution to reimburse families for spring pay-to-participate fees. Spring pay-to-participate fees that were paid by parents, will automatically be credited to the student’s 2020-2021 school year fees. Should parents wish to receive a refund from the athletic office, they must make

Vote Medina! Special Edition – North Gateway Tire Co. Winter Athlete of the Season

Bees Fans! Our friends at North Gateway Tire Co. are proud to sponsor the Athlete of the Season – featuring the winter season’s Athlete of the Month honorees. We’ve loved the support you’ve shown your Bees athletes over the winter sports months. And now, more than ever, we’re excited to champion these hard-working student-athletes. The athlete voted

GCC Schools Light Up Their Stadiums for the Class of 2020

On April 21, 2020, at 8:20 p.m., Medina High School and the Greater Cleveland Conference schools united and lit up their stadiums for 20 minutes to show support for spring student-athletes and the Class of 2020! Medina High School and the Greater Cleveland Conference would also like to thank all the doctors, nurses, EMTs, police offices,

MCS Athletics Information & FAQs

On Monday, April 20th, Governor DeWine announced that all schools in Ohio will remain closed and on a visual learning platform for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.  Following that announcement, the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) announced the cancellation of the 2020 spring sports season.  To help in answering some of the