This is where you should find the answers to the most common questions regarding our program.
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Our player commitment, injury and non-refund policies…
- You will be notified by Saturday, November 7th via email regarding roster spots. Please accept the spot within 24 hours. If we do not receive an acceptance within 24 hours, we will release your child roster spot to a different student-athlete.
- We certainly understand that many players are multiple sport athletes, and that cross training is actually beneficial for athletes. If you play another sport please let your coach know about potential conflicts. We expect each student-athlete to make as many practices, games, and training sessions as possible.
- If your child gets an injury during our HRHS fall or GC season, the entire fee is still due. We base our fees on a per player basis per team.
- We will not refund any fees for any reason after our first official practice and/or training session.
HRHS Gold Crown Try-Out Process
Each player will be evaluated during try-outs by several coaches and/or high school players on commitment, effort, general attitude, skill set, and team-work. All evaluators have coaching experience, playing experience, or tenure with our Gold Crown Program. Parents are not allowed to evaluate their own children. We will be making roster decisions within a couple of days following the try-outs. You will be notified via email. If you have questions please contact us at HRHSgoldcrown@gmail.com. Per DCSD guidelines: Please do not contact Highlands Ranch athletic office regarding Gold Crown rosters and/or tryout process.
HRHS Gold Crown Season Information
- Each team will have 1-2 practices per week. Practices for all teams will begin the week after try-outs and continue through the middle of March.
- The Gold Crown season begins the week of January 9th and ends around March 14th. Some coaches may wish to play in some pre-season tournaments.
- Games are usually played on the weekends and are normally a double header.
- Please note, player jersey’s number will be assigned similar to the USA men’s basketball team process. This way we can avoid any jersey number conflicts among players.
- We must comply with all rules outlined on the gold crown website.
HRHS Gold Crown Program CODE OF CONDUCT:
Players, coaches, officials, parents and spectators are to conduct themselves in a manner that demonstrates respect to other players, coaches, officials, parents, spectators and fans. In becoming a member of our Gold Crown program, an individual assumes certain obligations and responsibilities to the organization and its participants. The essential elements in this Code of Conduct are COMMUNICATION, HONESTY, INTEGRITY and SUPPORTIVE. Those who conduct themselves in a manner that reflects these elements will bring credit to themselves, their team and our organization. It is only through such conduct that our organization can continue to earn and maintain a positive image and make its full contribution to our community and sport.
Thank you in advance for honoring our Code of Conduct!