602 F Street
LaPorte, IN 46350
Phone: 219-362-3102 Fax: 219-324-2142

Principal: Mr. Ben Tonagel
Associate Principal: Mr.Scott Upp

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Ed Gilliland - Director

Steve Santana - Assistant

Michele McLennan - Secretary

Print this article2014-2015 First Practice and Dates of Interest

A listing of the official starting dates for all sports as well as other special events for 2014-2015

2014-2015 First Practice and Dates of Interest

Print this articleTwitter: @lphsathletics

Click the link below to find out how to access the LaPorte Athletic Deparment Twitter page

Twitter Instructions

Print this articleAthletic Event Notifications

Stay informed of changes to scheduled LPHS athletic events! Alerts can now be sent to your mobile device or e-mail when athletic events are canceled or postponed.

To subscribe to mobile or e-mail alerts: 

  1. Go to http://www.dynacal.com/lpcsc
  2. Click the My DynaCal link on the left
  3. Create a new DynaCal account by using your e-mail and desired password
  4. Click on add a new calendar
    • The calendar name field is required.  You can use athletics calendar for the name
    • Description field is optional
    • Select the categories you want in your calendar
    • For LaPorte High School if you want all sports click on athletics or click on just the sport you want
    • Click the save button
  5. Click yes for e-mail or text alerts
    • If you select e-mail choose your option about receiving reminders then click save
    • If you select text alerts you will need to fill in information in that box and click sav
  6. You can view, edit or delete at any time by clicking appropriate link

Click for a quick tutorial

UrgentPrint this articleAthletic Training Surveys

Our athletic training staff would like feedback. We have a couple of surveys that are available to complete. We have a parent survey and and a student survey. These surveys are available online. The website for the parent survey is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/72WFM2W and the student survey website is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/773QL96.

Print this articleTravel Release Form

This form is needed in order for an athlete to travel with a parent after an away contest. Please read the form carefully for specific reasons for an athlete not ride the bus home with the rest of the team.

Travel Release Form

Print this articleDAC Off Campus Events

In the Duneland Athletic Conference (DAC), there are several contests that will take place away from a particular high school. Attached is a list of locations for each school in the DAC for contests that are off of the high school campus. The list includes locations as well as driving directions.

DAC Off Campus Directions

UrgentPrint this articleThe Athlete's Heart

The link below is a presentation by Dr. Sarah Bancroft about the heart screenings at IU Health LaPorte Hospital.

The Athlete's Heart

Print this articleSlicer Athletic Pass


Slicer Athletic Pass

Please stop by the Athletic Office (inside the main office)
Monday – Friday 7:30 AM to 2:00 PM or online here: totalgatesolutions.com/CatalogView.aspx to RENEW / RELOAD / PURCHASE your SLICER PASS
for the 2014 – 2015 school year

10 admittance pass $35.00
15 admittance pass $52.50
20 admittance pass $70.00

Senior Citizens, 62 and older, All-Sports pass $30.00

Booster Club All-Sports pass $50.00 each with $60.00 membership

*Slicer Athletic Passes are NOT available for renew / reload / purchase at athletic events. Slicer Athletic Passes must be pre-purchased in the Athletic Office.
“Scans” do not roll over to 2015 – 2016 school year.

Attahced below is an instructional guide if you have any questions with the online renewal. 
 

All online uploads take 24 hours to process!! 

Renewal Instructions

Print this articleIHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (5-26-14) "Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana." One of major league baseball's bright young stars is Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels. He offered the following advice without knowing so with a recent article written in Sports Illustrated by Tom Verducci. "The biggest thing at the plate is if I tell myself to hit a home run, I get out 100% of the time. All my home runs come from just telling myself, base hit up the middle." Athletes that try to do too much can get themselves in trouble. Regardless of your sport, keep this in mind as you train this summer. Don't swing for the fences. Improve your skills a day at a time! All content property of Billy Shepherd Sports Inc.

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