• Welcome to Everglades High School Athletics 
    Green Gator with the word Gators
    It is our goal to offer students the chance to compete with integrity and good sportsmanship while being successful in the classroom and on the playing field.

    We believe that the Gators’ athletic program contributes significantly to preparing our students for becoming productive, contributing citizens of our community and society. A comprehensive program of athletic activities expresses our commitment to ensure the development of physical fitness and personal health, the acquisition of competent performances, and the achievement of excellence in the student’s chosen sports.

    In addition, our aim is to develop a student with an improved self-image, the ability to learn a new skill, and an intrinsic motivation for growth and development. We want to see a student who will demonstrate a willingness to accept responsibility for his/her actions, measure him/herself against standards of quality, express ideas and solutions to problems, and value fair play, honesty, and cooperation. Everglades Athletics is an important component of the school’s effort to “form the whole person.” 

    Welcome to the Gator Family,

    Lisa Alonso, Athletic Director

Broward County Athletic Association (BCAA)

  • Broward County Athletic Association (BCAA) is the largest high school athletic conference in Broward County and the second-largest in the state of Florida. The BCAA is a unit of the School Board of Broward County overseeing 24 sports programs at member high schools. The BCAA is comprised of 29 public schools, two private schools, and two charter schools for a total of 33 schools under the BCAA umbrella.

    The BCAA recognizes the importance and value of education. The term “student-athlete” recognizes the importance of being a student first, with athletic endeavors second. All student-athletes must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA. Students who fall below this standard are ineligible to play.

    The BCAA gives special recognition annually to scholar-athletes. Each and every year the BCAA conducts two scholar-athlete banquets. Seven students from each BCAA school are recognized and provided a keepsake gift. In addition, the BCAA distributes over $100,000 in scholarship dollars to scholar-athletes. The names and schools of the scholar-athletes are listed on the website for the entire school year. These athletes are role models who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in the classroom and field or court of play.

Baseball

Basketball (Boys and Girls)

Cheerleading

Cross-Country (Boys and Girls)/Track and Field

Flag Football

Football

Golf

Soccer (Boys and Girls)

Softball

Swimming (Boys and Girls)

Tennis

Volleyball (Boys and Girls)

Wrestling

Game Day Schedule

Practice Schedule

Covid 19 Game Procedures

  • In order to maintain appropriate social distance during the games, the following procedures will be in place:

    1. Only 50 tickets will be available online starting the Friday before home games. Tickets will not be available online the day of the games. Unsold online tickets will be available at the gate on game day. Each ticket costs $3.
    2. Once you purchase your online ticket, please do not redeem the ticket until you arrive at the ticket gate.
    3. Only parents/guardians will be allowed to attend the games.
    4. We have three sets of bleachers; one on the visitor’s side, and two on the home team’s side. Sitting areas on the bleachers will be clearly marked.
    5. Only 7 people will be allowed to sit in each set of bleachers.
    6. Brown folding chairs will be located on each side of the field for spectators. These chairs will be spaced six feet apart, and spectators are required to sit in the chairs.
    7. If you bring your own chair, please make sure you are sitting at least six feet from anyone else.
    8. Brown folding chairs will also be placed on the sidelines for the players, who are not on the playing field.