Ganado High School

Hornet Athletics

Welcome to the Ganado Unified School District Athletic Program where we have a positive, safe, and healthy sporting environment for our program, school, and community. Participation in athletics is a great opportunity for students to not only increase their physical strength and endurance, but to build character. Athletics offer opportunities for leadership, team building, confidence, discipline, perseverance, sportsmanship, teamwork, and the development of healthy habits.

We invite all students with an interest in participating in our athletics programs to join in. And even if you don’t play, come on out and support us; we love our fans! Go Hornets!

What We offer


Ganado Middle School Athletics

Fall:

  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Volleyball

Winter:

  • Basketball
  • Wrestling

Spring:

  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Track & Field

To Get Started:

  • Complete a 2020-2021 annual athletics packet.
  • Student athletes enrolled in grades sixth through eighth may participate in middle school athletics.
  • Note: Cannot turn 15 before September 1st.

Ganado High School Athletics

Fall:

  • Cheer
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Volleyball 

Winter:

  • Basketball
  • Cheer
  • Wrestling

Spring:

  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Track & Field

To Get Started:

  • Complete a 2020-2021 annual athletics packet
  • Complete the brain book concussion course (taken only once in high school)
  • Complete the opioid education course (taken only once in high school)
  • Transfer students must fill out a transfer 550 form 
  • Note: Cannot turn 19 before September 1st

Transfer Students


Welcome to Ganado High School Athletics! Please visit our AIA page and scroll down to find the AIA student transfer link to begin the transfer process for Ganado athletics. 

Transfer Student Web instructions

    Concussion and Opioid Education


    Please visit the AZ Preps365 site in accordance with article 14 of the AIA bylaws, all high school student athletes shall complete the Brainbook online concussion education course and complete the Opioid online education course. All high school student athletes shall complete the course prior to participation in practice or competition. Please note, you must complete the online courses once during high school.

    Concussion and Opioid Education Flyer

      Athletics Staff


      If you have questions about one of our athletics programs or your child would like to try out for a sport, please contact our athletics director.

      Lynette Lookingback
      Athletics Director
      (928) 755.1558