To view NHS sports schedules or to view all non-athletic school-related events on the Naples HS calendar visit, Click HERE.


T2 Aquatics, a competitive age group swim team that offers swimmers in Southwest Florida an opportunity to excel in the sport of swimming, is pleased to announce that six swimmers have been named to the USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Team.  The athletes had to swim times equal to or faster than the 2011 Junior National Championship standards in any event during the SAA qualifying period between August 16th, 2014 and August 15th, 2015.  Three of the six swimmers exceeded those times in multiple events.  They also had to meet a minimum 3.5 GPA in their core academic subjects at their high schools.  Five of the six boys exceeded a 4.0 GPA.  Congratulations are in order to Liam Hollowsky, Nicholas Lewis, and Jack Melnick from the Community School of Naples, Rip Lyster from Gulf Coast High School, Shawn Lemarie from Naples High School, and Dane Erickson from Seacrest Country Day School. These boys represent excellence in and out of the water for T2 Aquatics and their high schools. Click HERE for more information.


It has been stated by the NCAA that "A high school course (e.g. Algebra 1, Spanish 1) taken in middle school may be used if the course is on the student’s high school transcript with a grade and credit and if the course is on the high school’s List of NCAA Courses."


Parents and Student-Athletes, please be aware that NCAA Division 1 initial eligibility standards will change significantly for student-athletes in the Class of 2016. (Current 10th grade student-athletes who will enter D1 institutions on or after August 1, 2016)

Important to note that:

  1. The minimum qualifying core course GPA will be 2.3
  2. 16 core courses are required*
    • 4 years English;
    • 3 years math at Algebra I level or higher;
    • 2 years natural or physical science - (1) lab if offered at any HS attended);
    • 1 year additional English, math or natural/physical science;
    • 2 years social science; and
    • 4 years additional from areas above or foreign language, philosophy or comparative religion.
    *All core courses must appear on the school district’s approved NCAA Clearinghouse course list.
  3. 10 of the 16 core courses must be complete PRIOR to 12th grade year

For detailed information please click HERE.


The Eagles’ All-Sports Booster Club exists as an organization interested in supporting and encouraging the total athletic program at NHS. Each year, the Eagles’ All-Sports Booster Club contributes many thousands of dollars to the Naples High School athletic department to provide for the needs of all sports.  Primarily, the monies of the Club are expended for above district-level travel (transportation, food and lodging) major equipment expenses and team T-shirts for all sports.

BENEFACTOR - $500.00
The Hanlon Family – Curt & Jill Major – The Faulkner Family
Mike and Bonnie Walker

PATRON - $200.00
Joe and Melissa La Cagnina – Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Fields
Dr. Richard Garcia / General Dentistry David and Shelly Gray
Paradise Supplements – Gretchen and Bob Schuster
Supreme Auto Collision  –  James W. Walker, P.A.

SUSTAINING – $100.00
Gail Addison - The Atamian Family - BuzzOFF Mosquito
The De Shields Family – Manhardt Construction – The Riley Family
The Shakour Family - Dr. and Mrs. Francisco A. Smith
Dan and Gabriele Walkow - Waterside Medical, Matthew Black, M.D. Mike and Marian Zimmerman

GENERAL - $25.00
Richard and Melinda Beatty- J. Broussard Family
Christian Crowe/MaryAnn Maltese - Familia Calvillo/Servin
Renee and Rick Fuller - Wendy Hogsdon - Carson Horne
Michael and Judy Hunter - McAfee Home Watch, LLC
Thomas and Sherri Kelly – The Keyes Family – The Leon Family
Laurie D. Lile – The Shreeve Family - J.M. Stevens Shredding Service


Naples High School is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School award for its interscholastic athletic program. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.

Naples High School’s Certified Athletic Trainer Ali Hall: “Naples High School is honored to receive this 1st Team recognition from NATA, and we remain committed to keeping our student athletes safe during physical education classes, team practices and games so they can accomplish their own goals of great competition, winning records, fair sportsmanship and good health. Our goal is to lead our athletics program to the highest safety standards for our players.”

Physical activity is very important for our youth, according to NATA president Jim Thornton, MS, ATC, CES. “There has been an increase in competitive sports, which are, unfortunately, not without risk. Brain injury/concussion, cardiac arrest, heat illness, exertional sickling, cervical spine fractures and other injuries and illnesses are potentially life-threatening.” Proper planning with proper equipment and personnel is vital to the safety of student athletes today, he notes.

In order to achieve Safe Sport School status, as Naples High School did, athletic programs must do the following:

  • Create a positive athletic health care administrative system
  • Provide or coordinate pre-participation physical examinations
  • Promote safe and appropriate practice and competition facilities
  • Plan for selection, fit function and proper maintenance of athletic equipment
  • Provide a permanent, appropriately equipped area to evaluate and treat injured athletes
  • Develop injury and illness prevention strategies, including protocols for environmental conditions
  • Provide or facilitate injury intervention
  • Create and rehearse a venue-specific Emergency Action Plan
  • Provide or facilitate psychosocial consultation and nutritional counseling/education
  • Be sure athletes and parents are educated of the potential benefits and risks in sports as well as their responsibilities


The NCAA Division I Eligibility Standards are changing, to find out more click HERE.


BEFORE A STUDENT IS PERMITTED TO DRAW EQUIPMENT OR PRACTICE (in any manner including pre-season and/or summer conditioning) he/she must have a health screening, insurance coverage and parental consent documentation. The health form date must be "current"---that is, not older than 365 days---and, upon expiration during any part of the participation, must be renewed before the student can continue to take part.

Both of the following forms must be completed IN FULL and on file in the activities office prior to any type of participation in a sport.


Students who are members of an athletic team, performance group or involved in a competitive extracurricular activity need to be aware of this IMPORTANT CHANGE in the Activity/Athletic Code of Conduct:

Effective immediately Rule 34 of the Activity/Athletic Code of Conduct has changed. It now states that if you are in violation of the code in or out of school 365 days of the year (including summer vacation and school breaks) you will receive the consequences of the code violation at the beginning of your next team and/or group participation. Prior to this change the Activity/Athletic Code of Conduct was in effect during the school year only.

Any questions should be directed to the CCPS student relations office at 239-377-0509.


Now is the time for college-bound student-athletes in the junior class to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center if they plan on participating in college athletics.  Early registration promotes positive planning and involvement, bypasses the last-minute rush and helps college-bound student-athletes avoid issues that may delay their academic and amateur certifications.  The registration process is easy and can be done by:

  1. Logging on to the Eligibility Center's new Web site at;
  2. Selecting the “Fall 2010 or After” icon;
  3. Selecting the “New Account” tab at the top of the screen; and
  4. Beginning the registration process.

As a reminder as a college-bound student-athlete you need to apply to the college or university they are interested in attending.  Some student-athletes think that because they are being recruited or because they have registered with the Eligibility Center, they do not need to apply for admission.  Be advised that athletics eligibility and admission to a college or university are two separate processes and that both need to be completed.  


The “original” Naples High School gymnasium opened its doors (along with the rest of the new high school) in the fall of 1960. Forty nine years later, in the summer of 2009, a new state-of-the art gymnasium replaced the original one, and the “old” gym was demolished and now is gone forever.  Although that “old” gym is gone, many of the memories that were made there (basketball, volleyball, wrestling, high school dances and even graduations…) will last a lifetime.

The Eagles’ All-Sports Booster Club is now offering everyone a limited time opportunity to  recapture a tangible piece of those memories… in the form of an engraved wooden plank from the original Naples High School gymnasium floor. Each 12” X 2” plank of wood is engraved like the picture below:

If you would like to purchase one or more of these pieces of Naples High School history, you can do so one of two ways. They will be available for sale at all home varsity football games this fall, and they will be on sale while supplies last, in the Naples High School athletic office, located in Building One at NHS.

The cost is $20.00 each. Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit ALL sports at Naples High School. If you have questions or if you would like to place your order via e-mail, please contact Trish Hendry (athletic department assistant) at

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