South Kamloops Secondary is committed to the provision of a quality, comprehensive Secondary Athletic experience. We believe that participation in this program is a privilege of all students and that subsequent to their participation is the acceptance of the responsibilities that accompany this privilege. We are committed to making this participation a positive opportunity for personal growth athletically, academically, and socially.


We are gradually returning to athletics at South Kam. We will be focusing on the training and skill development of our athletes. All students are welcome to attend the appropriate training sessions.

The following information is very important and must be read in its entirety.

SCHOOL DISTRICT #73 ATHLETIC CONTRACT - click to open. Download for fillable pdf

The SD#73 Athletic Contract must be signed by the second training session. Hard copies are available from the coach. Please email the completed form back to the Athletic Director (Mr. Yamaoka) . Please save the document with the athlete's last name and first name (ex. SmithJohn) before sending.

CONCUSSION TRAINING (CATT) - Coaches and Assistants only


Please click on the sport below to sign-up for the training sessions. Any students interested in trying out for teams need to sign up below.

SENIOR BOYS SOCCER - training will occur at HIGHLAND field (Aberdeen) for Grade 10-12 from 3:30-5:15pm. Training dates TBA.

GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY - training will occur ay HILLSIDE stadium (TCC) for all girls (8-12) from 7:00am-8:00am

X-COUNTRY - training dates and places TBA (all grades).

FOOTBALL - training will occur at SOUTH KAMLOOPS FIELDS. Training dates TBA (all grades).

VOLLEYBALL - training will occur at SOUTH KAMLOOPS GYM. Training dates TBA (all grades).

SWIMMING - This sport will not be available in the Province this year.


TRAINING SCHEDULE - Please click on this link for up to date training times. Times will be posted by Monday, September 28.


BCSS is moving to Stage 2, effective September 10th. It is important to note that this is different from club/community sport as published by ViaSport two weeks ago. It is important to note that the ViaSport guidelines are NOT being applied to school sport. These guidelines attached are consistent with the Ministry of Education’s Restart Education plan and will provide some practical clarifications for our member schools. In this stage, school sport activities are permitted but limited to students in the same educational learning group/cohort. We are the first to admit that in most of our sports this will restrict basic team practices in most schools. We are hearing the frustration and concern from every corner of the province regarding the discrepancy between those in the club/community setting and those in school sport and the potential for long term damage to school sport. We will continue to share these concerns with our partners in government as we explore every option for expanding school sport at the appropriate time. This uncertainty does provide the opportunity to try different things and approaches in our schools. While we continue to work behind the scenes to advance school sport opportunities, we are strongly encouraging our member schools, specifically our administrators, athletic directors and coaches to be creative in finding ways to create opportunities to engage students for their physical and mental well-being, maintain the relevance of school sport and perhaps even increase the reach of school sport in each school. As key people in the delivery of school sport across BC, we know you already believe in the power of school sport and its importance to our student-athletes and the schools that each of you works. We hope that those of you in a school will share this message of opportunity at this time.

WEST ZONE WEBSITE - This website will have information in regards to the entire WEST ZONE athletic program.

OVSAA (Okanagan Valley School Athletic Association)- This website will have information in regards to the entire OKANAGAN.

South Kamloops Athletic Information

Parent Handbook - for the parents. Forms that need to be completed are included in this booklet

Fee Questions - where do the fees go

Game Playing Time - philosophies on playing time

Red Shirt Policy - rationale and guidelines for teams taking Red Shirts

"On The Bench" - article

"Sports Should Belong To Kids, Not Parents" - article

"High School Athletics - Have the Values Changed?" - article

Sports Parenting - website dedicated to help parents through their child's athletic career (articles, polls, information)

SD 73 Parent Meeting Template.ppt

The WEST ZONE objectives are:

To carry out the objectives of the Okanagan Valley Schools Athletic Association (OVSAA), its parent body; and BC School Sports, the provincial body. (BCSS)

To provide schedules, competitive rules and regulations for WOVSAA competitions.

To determine rules and regulations for qualification from WOVSAA leagues and play-offs to OVSAA Championships.