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- Mens and Ladies T-shirts
- Mens Polo
- Ladies Fitted Tank Top
- Ladies Racerback Tank Top
- Ladies V-neck
- Custom Replica Jersey
- Headwear: Hat, Visor, Beanie, Headband, Boonie Hat
- Compression Leggings and Shirts
- Athletic Shorts
- Gear Bag
To be eligible to participate in school-sponsored athletics, a student must have written parent permission, a certified birth certificate (not a copy) or a passport must be presented to the Athletics department (where a copy will be made on-site), and watch the NFHS Sport and Activities-Know the Risks video, have passed the A.I.A. Brainbook course with an 80% or better, a physical examination, have health insurance or purchase school offered insurance, enrollment in a minimum of five classes (four if a senior on track to graduate), and have passing grades in all courses in which he/she is enrolled.
Please see TUHSD Athletics/Activities Information and Register/Clearance Checklist for required documentation.
Please do not leave cash or checks in the office
- $10.00 lock fee (paid 1x per year)
- $50.00 sport fee (paid per sport – maximum pay out 3 sports or activities)
– See more at: Mountain Pointe Athletics
We at Mountain Pointe High School Football are conducting our 2016 Mountain Pointe HS Football Challenge to help generate financial support for our program. Our participants spend many long hours preparing to be the best they can be and are very deserving of your support. We appreciate any amount you can give and thank you in advance for your generous support!
Your sponsorship will contribute towards expenses required for game uniforms, safety equipment, a portable hydration system, digital video equipment used as a teaching tool and to assist in college recruiting, our end of year banquet and awards ceremony, pre-game meals and team travel equipment bags.
With your help we can continue to advance and improve our football program!
Under the direction of Joshua Hartgrove, the Mountain Pointe band keeps the football players and fans pumped through four quarters of action on Friday nights.
Check out this story on azcentral.com:
Mountain Pointe High School to Celebrate New Football Field at Sept. 18 Home Opener
Students, parents and the community are invited to be part of the festivities to celebrate the new field at Mountain Pointe High School’s Karl Kiefer Stadium just prior to the 7 p.m. kick off of the Pride’s Sept. 18, 2015 home opener against Basha.
The Arizona Cardinals and Walmart teamed up to renovate the field as part of their Neighborhood Heroes program, an effort to give back to the community and local high schools.
Arizona Cardinals Vice President Nicole Bidwill, Tempe Union High School District Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Baca and Mountain Pointe Principal Bruce Kipper will take part in the on field ribbon cutting. The Cardinals cheerleaders, Big Red, Walmart representatives, and other dignitaries will also attend, including retired Cardinals players Frank Sanders and Patrick Hunter who will participate in the coin toss for the football game.
Mountain Pointe H.S. Field Celebration
Friday September 18
Karl Kiefer Stadium
4201 E. Knox Road
Phoenix, AZ 85044
“On behalf of Mountain Pointe High School and the Tempe Union High School District we would like to thank Walmart and the Arizona Cardinals for their generous donation. With this donation we are now able to offer our students and the community a world-class surface to host football and soccer games, graduation, and various other events throughout the year,” said Bruce Kipper, Mountain Pointe Principal. “Without the support of Walmart and the Arizona Cardinals this would not be possible. We truly have a field everyone can be proud of. “
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The Arizona Cardinals selected Mountain Pointe In December as a recipient of the Cards’ annual community service project to have their field re-done by the latter’s grounds crew.
The process began this week after the graduation ceremony took place at Karl Kiefer Stadium.
The project, which started with an application process, began with the removal of the old turf and top soil this week.
A new playing surface will be put in place and be ready to go next fall.
The Cardinals crew will also provide education to the Mountain Pointe grounds department and how to take care of it moving forward.
The old field had trouble holding up through the season with football and two soccer teams.
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