Knights In Action
Photo Credit: Tim Bykowski
Phone: (763) 497-6560 ext. 6
For postponements and cancellations
Phone: (763) 497-6560 ext.1
(763) 497-6560 ext. 2
Athletic training services provided by Allina Health Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
For questions regarding injuries or injury prevention fell free to contact our Athletic Trainer
Bryan Szmergalski, MSMS, ATC
(763) 497-2192 ext. 8683
All High School sports and activity registration is done online using ParentVue. Go to your ParentVue account and select Fees. Then select Fees again below your student’s picture. This will take you to the online registration process. Please read through their information on setting up an account and how to register. The system will indicate if your student's sports physical is on file. It will allow you to proceed if the sports physical is recorded and up-to-date. You will not be able to register until a current sports physical is on file and recorded in the system. Once the form is completed online and the fee is paid, you will receive confirmation that your son or daughter is eligible to participate.
School Day Attendance
A student must be in school by 9:00 AM to practice, play, or perform that day. Extenuating circumstances must be approved through an administrator. Students who leave early must have a medical note confirmed by a doctor, and/or their absence must be approved by a building administrator, in order to practice, play or perform that day.
Scholastic Eligibility Requirements
Please refer to the high school student handbook for requirement information.
The primary philosophy of the extra/co-curricular programs in the St. Michael-Albertville School District is to promote the physical, mental, social, emotional and moral well-being of the participants. The extra/co-curricular activities in our school are intended to be a positive force in preparing youth for an enriching and vital role in American life. The extra/co-curricular program is an important and integral part of the total school program and is open to all students regardless of individual differences. Through voluntary participation, the students gives time, energy, and loyalty to the program. He/she also accepts the rules, regulations, and responsibilities that are unique to each extra/co-curricular program. In order to contribute to the welfare of the group, the student and parent must willing assume these obligations and make sacrifices as the role demands.
STMA Fight Song
Cheer, Cheer for STMA
Shake down the echoes distant and high
Send a rousing cheer on high
Shake down the thunder from the sky
Let all the odds be great or small
STMA will win over all
While her loyal sons are shouting
Shouting for victory