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Athletics

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The Clintondale Dragons competes as a Division 6 school in the Michigan High School Athletic Association, and is a league member of the Macomb Area Conference. The Clintondale Community School District believes that participation in educational athletics contributes to a well-rounded education, supports students’ classroom success, and gives them skills and experiences that help them succeed in school and beyond.

Participation Requirements

All students grades 7-12 who desire to participate in interscholastic athletics must be cleared through the school nurse. No student will be allowed to try out, practice or participate with any team without proper information on file.

Secondary Sports

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Middle School Athletics

The Clintondale Middle School athletics program is centered on the idea that students should have the opportunity to experience nearly every sport offered at Clintondale High School, and to have a healthy learning experience.

Middle School Athletics Page

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High School Athletics

We welcome the community to be a part of the athletic tradition at Clintondale High School. Whether a parent of an athlete, a fan of a sport, a teacher, alumni, or a student-athlete, we hope that you will be a presence for supporting the Dragons’ athletic programs.

High School Athletics Page

Meet Our Athletics Team

Saska Catenacci

Saska Catenacci
Athletics Secretary

Bob Walmsley

Bob Walmsley
Class of 1983
Athletics Director, Middle School Baseball Coach
Dragons Athletics Department

35100 Little Mack Avenue
Clinton Township, Michigan 48035-2633
Fax: 586-791-6370

General Admission
All Adults: $5
CCS Students: Free with student ID
*Children 10 and under are free, but must be accompanied by an adult.

Forms
MHSAA Physical Form
MHSAA Physical Exam Form
Ascension Hospital Consent Form

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The C Club

The C Club is Clintondale's official booster club, which is a volunteer organization established to promote school spirit and to raise funds to provide financial support to our sports teams. Our primary purpose is to facilitate active relationships among parents, students, coaches, administrators, faculty and members of the community, while working towards establishing, organizing, promoting and supporting all Clintondale High School athletic programs based on safety and equity. For more info email clintondalecclub@gmail.com.

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Night at the Races

Join us for an evening of friends, food, and fun, as the C Club presents "A Night at the Races" to benefit Clintondale Athletics. Take a trip to the grandstands as pre-recorded horse races are narrated by a race announcer. This fun-filled event is scheduled for Friday, February 25 at Century Banquet Center in Sterling Heights. Dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $40/person Contact Jay at 586-872-0417 or Bob at 586-419-4438.