The winter sports season is right around the corner. The Novi Wildcats website has been under renovations to hopefully make registering a bit easier. On the Novi Community School website you'll hover your cursor over the Athletics tab and scroll down to Novi Wildcats. From there you'll go to the Athlete Registration tab and click on either High School Winter Registration or Middle School Winter Registration. The website will be open for registration on Monday, October 16th. Remember when registering cut-sports pay the PTP fee after try-outs.
Things to remember:
1) The MHSAA physical form is the only paperwork that needs to be turned in to your child's coach. Everything else you need is in the Online Registration.
2) Remember the collection of Participation Fees has changed. Please review the new guidelines at the bottom of this page.
All documents must be completed online prior to the beginning of the season with the exception of the MHSAA physical form. Physicals will be turned in to the Novi Wildcats coaching staff prior to the beginning of tryouts.
Online registration must be completed before trying out. This includes both non-cut and cut sports.
Please be reminded that PTP Fees for Non-Cut Sports should be paid when registering online. The PTP Fee for Cut Sports should be paid three (3) days after cuts have been made. To pay the Cut Sports PTP Fee go to the Novi Wildcats link and click on Athlete Registration and scroll down to payment for cut sports. Reduced PTP Fees and anyone paying by check or cash must pay in the high school athletic office. The athletic office is available to accept payments Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you have questions, please contact the Athletic Department at 248-449-1509.
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The National Federation of State High School Associations has produced a very nice video entitled, "The Role of the Parent in Sports." Please take some time to view the video.
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