Rank One is the FERPA- and HIPAA-compliant electronic medical records system that JPII and our partners at Youngs Physical Therapy have adopted to securely collect forms related to athlete eligibility and document athletic injuries. Both parents and students who have mobile phones should download the “Parent/Public Rank One” app.
Once you have downloaded the Rank One app, registered, and claimed your student(s), the forms below need to be uploaded/completed in Rank One prior to participation in practices or games. To do so, under “Your Students” tap the right arrow to the right of your student-athlete’s name and then tap on “View” next to “Forms.” A “X” will appear next to the forms that need to be completed. To complete the forms, tap “To Fill Out The Forms Click Here” at the bottom of the list of forms.
All forms listed on the Rank One Parent/Public app must be completed prior to the first official practice in order for an athlete to be listed as “eligible.”
In addition to the above, all students who wish to participate in a sport must have completed a Parent Athletic Permission Form (download) prior to the first official practice.
The North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association (NCISAA) requires that Pre-Participation Physical Examinations be completed every 13 months.
ECU Sports Medicine and Youngs Physical Therapy & Sports Performance will be hosting a physical day for John Paul II Catholic High School student-athletes. Physicals are by appointment only.
Date: Monday, July 26, 2021 from 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: JPII Athletic Center (2085 Quail Ridge Road)
Cost: $20 (cash and all major credit cards accepted)
It is not required to attend the physical day; it is an opportunity provided to our families.
Concussion Vital Signs (CVS) is an annual requirement for all student-athletes at John Paul II Catholic High School.
To schedule a CVS, please contact JPII Athletic Trainer Mary Leach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no cost for this test.
Below you will find a list of all sports currently offered, head coaches’ names, and contact information. Students are encouraged to go ahead and contact coaches to let them know they are interested in playing (regardless of when the sport starts).