William Penn Athletics

  • Pennsbury School District Athletic Philosophy

    The primary purpose of the athletic program in the Pennsbury School District is to promote the physical, social, emotional, and moral well-being of participants.  It is hoped that athletics in our school will be a positive force in preparing youth for an enriching and vital role in American life. 
    The athletic program is an important and integral part of the total school program and is open to participation; the athlete gives time, energy, and loyalty to the program. They also accept the training rules, regulations, and responsibilities that are unique to an athletic program. In order to contribute to the welfare of the group, the athlete must willingly assume these obligations because the role demands that the individual make sacrifices not required of others.


    All participants in athletics must have a PIAA physical form completed by a doctor and parent dated after June 1. Any physical completed before June 1 will not be accepted. Only one physical is required for each school year.

    Access all Pennsbury School District Athletic Forms.

Student-Athlete Expectations

    • You represent William Penn Middle School and the school community.  Consequently, all school rules supersede any and all team rules

    • Physicals/Eligibility forms are to be completed and signed by a parent/guardian before any wrestler is allowed to participate in any practice

    • Grades – The district policy is that all students must be academically in good standing to participate

    • You are responsible for the uniform. Uniforms will be collected at the end of the season and must be washed

    • Student Monetary Obligations will be submitted for any athlete who does not return their uniform and any other equipment distributed to them. The cost of the obligation will be written to replace the lost uniform or equipment with a new uniform or equipment

    • At all times you must be respectful to teammates and coaches

    • Always portray a positive attitude

    • You must report injuries to a coach immediately

    • You may never make comments to a referee or another player at any time

    • Any student-athlete conduct that is detrimental to our program will not be tolerated and may result from dismissal

William Penn Athletic Offerings

Mandatory Concussion Awareness Program and Impact Testing

  • PA has passed new legislation that will be effective July 1, 2012 requiring all student-athletes to receive concussion and head injury information prior to the start of their season. Additionally, most student-athletes will also be tested using Impact. This will be a baseline test to be used if the athlete sustains a head injury during the season. We have partnered with St Mary's Hospital to provide a video presentation and help administer the Impact testing.