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General Info

Athletic Director: Brian Henderson – ext. 1149

  • Click Here for sports schedules


    Fall Sports Winter Sports Spring Sports
    Football (co-op with Lowell Catholic Boys Basketball Boys Outdoor Track
    Boys Soccer Girls Basketball Girls Outdoor Track
    Girls Soccer Cheer Boys Volleyball
    Cross Country    
    Girls Volleyball    


  • We are excited to announce that we offer the convenience of online registration through FamilyID ( FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible. When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family member for multiple uses and multiple programs.


    It will be helpful to have the following information handy to allow for the accurate completion of your online registration.

    • Emergency Contact Information
    • Doctor Information
    • Health Insurance Information



    A parent/guardian can register by clicking on this link: 

    High School

    Winter Sports:

    Middle School

    Winter Sports:


    Registering as a new user on FamilyID is simple.  Follow these steps:

    First, create and activate your FamilyID account.

    1. If you have not already done so, create a FamilyID account here.
    2. After you sign up for an account please check your inbox for an Activation Email from FamilyID. You'll need to click the link in that email to activate your account.
    3. Once you have activated your account, you will be ready to register for our program! Please click here to watch a quick video or read a help article on how to register for the first time on FamilyID.
    4. Click the blue Submit button. After selecting Submit, the registration will be complete. You will receive a completion email from FamilyID confirming your registration.

    Family ID Support: 

    • If you need assistance with registration, contact FamilyID at: or 781-205-2800 x1.
    • Support is available 5 days per week, Monday through Friday, and messages will be returned promptly.

    Please see the link below for helpful information regarding your account/registration. This includes information about updating account information, editing a completed registration, how to upload a new physical, and beyond.

  • Message to Spectators and Parents/Guardians: We urge you to support the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell Athletic Program by:

    • Attending both home and away
    • Lending positive support to our teams and coaches
    • Encouraging all players without regard to their role on the team
    • Helping other spectators and parents maintain an appropriate sportsmanlike attitute
    • Showing respect for the authority and decisions of the game officials

    At Collegiate Charter School of Lowell we: Let the players play, let the coaches coach, let the officials officiate – and let the parents/guardians cheer for their child during the game.

  • The care of our student-athletes is one of the primary objectives of the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell Athletic Department. The effects of concussions and head injuries on people is at the forefront of medical studies across the country. The information provided here outline basic facts and information regarding concussions. You don’t have to play a contact sport in order to receive a concussion. Any bump, jolt, or blow to the head or body can potentially cause a concussion.


    Please read the concussion fact sheets located below. These fact sheets will provide you with basic information about concussions.

    Heads Up A Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents

    Heads Up A Concussion Fact Sheet for Student Athletes


    Per MIAA rule 56.4, any student/athlete who exhibits signs, symptoms, or behaviors consistent shall be immediately removed from practice or competition. The student/athlete must be impact tested within 72 hours of the injury and shall not return to play until cleared by an appropriate health care professional. Student-athletes who sustain a concussion must be symptom free for at least 24 hours as well as have physician clearance (in the form of a note given to the CCSL nursing staff). The first three days of practice and play are supervised by the CCSL Athletic Department staff.


    These guidelines, including the gradual return to play progression cannot be overridden by the coaching staff or a note from a parent or the student-athlete’s personal physician.


    Below is the state of Massachusetts law regarding Head Injuries and Concussions in Extra Curricular Activities.

    Massachusetts State Law

    There are specific forms required by the new law about concussions. These forms are below.

    Pre Participation Concussion History Form

    Report of Head Injury Form

    Post Head Injury Medical Clearance Form

    During the registration process the web site refers to a training class on concussions that parents have to complete and share the information with their student-athlete.

Important Links

All student-athletes and one parent/guardian are required to complete the concussion course on Download the certificate and send to Athletic Director, Brian Henderson.

Student-athlete concussion course: Student-athlete concussion course, click here

Parent/guardian concussion course: Parent/guardian concussion course, click here

Register for Middle School: Register for Middle School, click here

Register for High School: Register for High School, click here

Fall Sports (High School)

Fall Sports (Middle School)

Athletic Philosophy

The Collegiate Charter School of Lowell believes that participating in interscholastic athletics is a valuable part of the Upper School education. At Collegiate, we attempt to provide opportunities for all students who want to take part in them.

Our athletic program centers itself on teaching and developing our student’s lifelong skills such as:

  • Time Management
  • Accountability
  • Self-Discipline
  • Sportsmanship
  • Confidence
  • Leadership
  • Persistence
  • Work Ethic
  • Social Skills
  • Teamwork

Collegiate’s athletic program encompasses our school mission to prepare students for success in college, equip them with the ability and desire for lifelong learning, as well as strengthen their civic, ethical, and moral values.

At Collegiate, we strive for championships at the varsity level, but that is only a desire while we are maintaining the integrity of our athletes, our school, and our community. At the junior varsity levels and below, the goal is to develop our future champions and teach the fundamental skills of the respective sport in tandem with the lessons of lifelong skills.

Each member of our athletic community has a role in developing the lifelong skills of our student- athletes.

Our Coaches

Our coaches’ role, first and foremost, is to provide a safe and positive environment for our student-athletes. Their role also includes: communicating the team objectives, preparing schedules, and setting the expectations of the players and parents; possessing current knowledge and skill to instruct players competently while continuing to develop themselves professionally; treating all athletes consistently and fairly; and being a positive role model to our student-athletes at all times.

Our Student-Athletes

Students who choose to participate in athletics at Collegiate are voluntarily making a commitment to be student-athletes in our athletic community.  Collegiate student-athletes are expected to commit to their academics while fulfilling their commitment to Collegiate athletics. They must represent their team, school, and community in a positive manner at all times. Our student-athletes must abide by not only the athletics guidelines but also the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell student handbook. They must always demonstrate good sportsmanship.

Our Parents

Collegiate parents have an opportunity to watch their children in athletic settings by being supportive fans of their children, and school. Collegiate parents guide their children as they take on the challenges of time management, sport-specific skill development, and responsibility. Our parents support the team and coach from the stands in a positive manner. They encourage their children to communicate with the coaching staff and athletic director when issues arise and encourage their children to commit to a team and program.

Note: There is a possibility that some students will be cut from a team during tryouts. Whenever possible, these students will be encouraged to join another team that does not make cuts. Each team also has the opportunity for a position of at least one team manager and there are a variety of other athletic-related activities for students to participate in. Students are encouraged to reach out to the athletic director when they have a desire to join the athletic community at Collegiate.


Athletics Policies and Procedures Handbook
Massachusetts Charter School Athletic Organization 
Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association