Thorsby Junior/Senior High School


Monday June 24 Chemistry 30, Grade 7 and 8 Social FInal, Grade 9 Math (Part B)

Co-curricular and Extra-curricular Programs

Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are coordinated and supervised by the teaching staff.  Parental and community support is encouraged and appreciated.

Co-Curricular Guidelines

Students may lose the privilege of participating in co-curricular activities for the following reasons:

  • failing  to abide by school rules,
  • poor attendance
  • failing to keep up with their work.

Specific guidelines regarding length of trips, supervision and other responsibilities are found in the Field Trip Policy of the Black Gold School Division.


Extra-curricular Guidelines:

  • In order to participate, a student must be working to his/her capacity in all their courses.  Any student who is achieving below their academic capacity may have their extra-curricular participation suspended.  If a student shows a marked improvement in their academics, then pending the school’s and coach’s approval, the student may be allowed to rejoin the team.
  • Students must be in attendance the day of the activity/game in order to participate.  If absent a medical note is required.
  • Any student who is suspended is not allowed to take part in any extra-curricular activities during the time of the suspension.
  • All students who participate in extra-curricular activities are expected to make a commitment to their team.  This includes attending all practices, league games and tournaments.


Intramural programs are provided for all grades within the school when demand warrants. Intramurals are part of an effort to develop positive student attitudes toward their school and their peers. There must be a teacher supervisor in the gymnasium for extra curricular use by students during school hours. Approved adult supervision is required for after-school activities.


At Thorsby Junior/Senior High School we believe that Athletics are an important part of well rounded students. Our students have the opportunity to participate in the following sports throughout the school year:

  • Golf (September)
  • Cross Country (September/October)
  • Volleyball (September – November)
  • Basketball (November – March)
  • Skiing (November – March)
  • Badminton (March/April)
  • Rugby (March – June)
  • Track and Field (May/June)

Please contact Mr. Feil