What is the difference between intramural sports and interscholastic sports?
Any student who has a signed permission slip and 30 minutes worth of homework may participate in intramural sports. Intramural participants stay in the building and only play other Shue-Medill student athletes. On the other hand, interscholastic sports require the students to make the team through try-outs, have a 2.0 G.P.A., and bring in a physical form signed by a doctor. The interscholastic sports teams play against the other schools, travel away from the building, and include a weekend tournament.
Is transportation available?
After-school buses are available for both the intramural and the interscholastic sports programs. There are no buses provided for the interscholastic weekend basketball tournament.
Where are local locations for "walk-in" physicals?
- MedExpress, 1C Chestnut Hill Plaza, Newark, DE 19713 (http://www.medexpress.com/local-centers/delaware/newark.aspx)
- Walgreens, 216 Suburban Dr., Newark, DE 19711 (http://takecarehealth.com/clinic-locations.aspx?locations)
- Walgreens, 1710 Faulkland Rd., Wilmington, DE 19805 (http://takecarehealth.com/clinic-locations.aspx?locations)
- Hockessin Walk In Medical Care, 316 Lantana Square, Lantana Square Shopping Center, Hockessin, DE 19707 (www.walkinmed.com)
Whom do I contact if I have a question?
Tony Jefferson at email@example.com