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Cross Country
Field Hockey
Boys Soccer
Girls Soccer
Unified Tennis


Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball
Indoor Track
Unified Bocci


Outdoor Track
Boys Lacrosse
Girls Lacrosse


Winter athletes need to have paperwork turned in and cleared by November 11th.  Practices begin on Saturday, November 14.  Impact testing will be Wednesday and Thursday during "A" lunch in room 908.


Bob Evans Restaurant by Sam’s Club has adopted Thomas Stone Athletics Program.  They will be hosting one monthly “Dining for Dollars” night with additional fundraisers such as car washes, wreath sales, etc. during the Dining Days. 


Our first event is planned for a weekend in November  2015 (dates being finalized) .  Please email  TSHSABOEVENTS@COMCAST.NET  for a  flyer and join us at Bob Evans.  Please see our website for updated information   WWW.THOMASSTONESPORTS.COM   .



Our annual  Holiday Bazaar is scheduled for Saturday, December 5, 2015.  We have booked a back-up date - in the event of weather issues - our show will be held December 12, 2015. 


We plan on having food available for purchase.  We hope to have our Santa back this year for photos with Santa (for a small fee) from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.  Santa usually arrives courtesy of our local fire department volunteers.  We will have a table with craft items, coloring books, and comic books to keep the children entertained while waiting to see Santa. 


Last year we had over 75 crafters in attendance. 


I am finalizing a flyer and registration form for the space rental.  Once approved, the forms will be posted on our website:  WWW.THOMASSTONESPORTS.COM ,  Please feel free to pass the information on to your friends, family, group organizations, and customers, etc. and monitor our website for updates.


Thank you again for your continued support.

For more information please email:
or call Vicki (301) 932-4566  

Welcome to the 2015-2016 Thomas Stone Athletics 

Information for Thomas Stone Athletics 2015-2016

As the Athletic Director at Thomas Stone High School I would like to welcome you to a new school year. If you are interested in our athletic programs, the following is information that may be helpful for the upcoming fall season.

1. All Students must have a current physical on file in the athletic director’s office for participation in athletics and off season conditioning.

2. Do not wait to get your physicals. The doctors offices get overwhelmed with appointments as the school year gets closer. The later you wait the more difficult it will be to schedule an appointment to insure being able to start practice on Saturday, November 14, 2015

3. Winter sports tryouts will begin on Saturday, November 14, 2015. Students must have all paperwork cleared by the athletic director before tryouts begin in order to participate. Coaches will expect everyone to be a practice on the first day. Please plan accordingly.

5. Packets containing all necessary paperwork will be available in the main office, outside the athletic directors office, and at the August Meeting.

6.Winter sports include:  Boys and Girls Basketball, Cheer, Boys and Girls Swimming, Boys and Girls Indoor Track, Wrestling, and Unified Indoor Bocce.

7. Check our athletic website for any updates.

8. For further information, contact Brad Criss, Athletic Director, at or 301-645-2601.

Thomas Stone High School

I. Forms needed to participate in Charles County Public School Athletics

  1. Physical Form+ - Good for one calendar year. Physical Forms are available in Main Office and outside the athletic director’s office

  2. Pre-Season Eligibility Clearance Form*

  3. Parent Consent/Insurance Form *

  4. Emergency Card
    * Needs to be completed each season a student participates
    + Part of Parent Consent Physical Form Document

  5. Current Concussion Impact Test – Good for two years

II. Eligibility for Grade 9-12 for the fall season

  1. GPA of 2.25 or Higher

  2. No Failing grades during the prior 4th. quarter

  3. No more than 4.5 absences per quarter (Codes M2 and 04 do not count against eligibility)

  4. Seniors must be enrolled in at least 4 classes

III. Residency

  1. Beginning July 1, 2011, students with pending housing occupancy within the school zone may enroll for academics but may not participate in athletics until the home is occupied. Students whose guardianship is pending may enroll for academics but may not participate in athletics until court documents are received by the school. Students whose custody is jointly held are ineligible until primary residency is established. Students paying tuition are ineligible for one calendar year from the date of enrollment. High school students who transfer from out of zone at any time during the school year are ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics at the new school for one calendar year from the date of transfer.

IV. Fall Sports – Begin Wednesday, August 12, 2015

  1. Eligibility based on 4th Quarter of previous school year for grades 10-12.

  2. Pre-Season meeting is Tuesday, August 5 at 6:30PM in Auditorium

  3. Students must be cleared by Athletic Director prior to August 13 to begin practice

  4. Pre-Season meetings are held approximately one week prior to the start of each season.

  5. Football, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Girls Field Hockey, Girls Volleyball, Boys and Girls Golf, Boys and Girls Cross Country, Fall Cheerleading

V. Winter Sports – Begin Saturday, November 14, 2015

  1. Eligibility based on 1st Quarter.

  2. Pre-Season meeting will be scheduled in early November, 2014

  3. Students must be cleared by Athletic Director prior to November 15 to begin practice

  4. Pre-Season meetings are held approximately one week prior to the start of each season.

  5. Swimming, Cheerleading, Wrestling, Basketball, Indoor Track

VI. Spring Sports – Begin Tuesday, March 1, 2015

  1. Eligibility based on 2nd Quarter.

  2. Pre-Season meeting will be scheduled in mid February, 2015

  3. Students must be cleared by Athletic Director prior to February 28 to begin practice

  4. Pre-Season meetings are held approximately one week prior to the start of each season.

  5. Baseball, Softball, Track & Field, Tennis, Boys Lacrosse, Girls Lacrosse

VII. Sports Physicals -

  1. Physical Forms are available outside the athletic director’s office and in the main office. Parent Signature must be on the History portion of the Physical Form. Do not wait until the last minute, as doctors' offices and walk-in clinics get inundated with appointments. Students must have a physical and all forms completed to begin tryouts. There are no exceptions.

VI. Summer Conditioning Information – For information regarding summer conditioning, or other inquiries, please contact the head coach for each sport.

Football –
Field Hockey – e
Girls Soccer –
Boys Soccer –
Volleyball –
Cross Country –
Golf –
Cheerleading –

Thomas Stone Weather Station:
For real-time weather information, please visit the Thomas Stone High School Weather Station

To find the most up to date schedules, please visit

Concussion Baseline Tests:
All student athletes must have a valid concussion baseline test on file before participation in athletics in Charles County. This is part of a national initiative regarding head injuries. The students must see Mr. Lee or the athletic trainers to schedule this test.

Next Athletic Boosters Meeting:
The next Athletic Boosters Meeting will take place on Monday, November 5, 2015 at 6:30 PM in the Media Center.

Thomas Stone High School Athletic Boosters Organization
Mission Statement 2015-2016

The Thomas Stone High School Athletic Boosters Organization (ABO) is a volunteer, non-profit organization. The ABO is committed to supporting coaches, athletes, and school programs in a positive way both athletically and educationally The purpose of the ABO is to assist in the development of the student athletes. Our main goal is to raise money to be used as supplementary funds to benefit student athletes and athletic programs. The funds are generated by having fund raisers, concession stand sales, merchandise sales, receiving donations and sponsorships from the local community.

These funds can be used for food, clothing, programs, equipment, facility enhancements, awards or anything else that would be an asset in the development of our student athletes. We also aim to encourage positive relationships among the local community, parents, school administration, faculty, coaching staff and the student athlete at the school. The ABO promotes a positive attitude and spirit of excellence among its members, students, coaches and athletic department.

The ABO is open to all interested parents, coaches, teachers, staff and members of the community.

The ABO meets in the evening once a month at the school. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact the school or any member of the ABO.

Cougar Athletic Family Pass Application

Cougar Athletic Passes are for regular season home football, field hockey, soccer, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, and lacrosse games. For the 2015-2016 school year, Thomas Stone High School will host over 100 home athletic events. Single game tickets for all events are $5.00. The athletic pass is being offered for $55.00 for the first person and $15.00 for each additional family member. The pass is non-transferable. Please complete the application forms and return it with your payment to the Athletic Department at

Thomas Stone High School
3785 Leonardtown Road
Waldorf, MD 20601

Checks should be made payable to Thomas Stone High School and your pass will be mailed to you.

Thank you for supporting Thomas Stone Athletics
Brad Criss, CMAA – Athletic Director

“Go Cougars”

Cougar Athletic Family Pass Application 2015-2016

Total Number of Passes _______    Total Payment _____________

Primary Name ______________________________________ ($55.00)
(Please Print)
Additional Family Members: ($15.00 each) (Children age 6 and under are free)
Please Print
Name: _______________________________
Name: _______________________________
Name: _______________________________
Name: _______________________________
Name: _______________________________

Address: ______________________________
City: ________________________ State __________ Zip _______
Phone (day) _____________________ (Evening) ___________________
(Office Use Only)

Pass #

NCAA Clearinghouse Calculator Program
Free for Thomas Stone High School Parents and Student Athletes:

We are pleased to inform you that Thomas Stone is making the, a web-base interactive tool, available to all student-athletes and their parents/guardians free of charge.

If your child has aspirations of competing athletically as a freshman at an NCAA Division I or Division II school, they must meet NCAA Initial-Eligibility minimum standards, including core course GPA and SAT/ACT test score requirements. is an innovative tool that allows you to easily track your son or daughter’s progress towards meeting these requirements, beginning as soon as their first semester of their freshman year.


You will be able to learn more about the NCAA Eligibility Center in the "Important Topics" option in your Clearinghouse Calculator account.

Activating Your Child's Corecoursegpa Membership:
1. Go to the CoreCourseGPA Website
2. Enter School ID and School Code in the New Member Account Creation box:
      School ID: 211054
      School Code:710105062
3. Click “Continue.”
4. Fill in the appropriate fields in the Create New Student Account form.
**Remember to write down the new Member Name and Password you have created**

5. Click “Submit.
**Congratulations! You have successfully created your member account.**

Login to your Member Account:
1. Go to the CoreCourseGPA Website
2. Enter your Member Name and Password in the Existing Member Login box.

**Use the Member Name and Password you created during the account activation process**
3. Click “Login.” and begin using Corecoursegpa!

The incorporates Thomas Stone High School’s NCAA recognized core courses into the online forms, calculates BOTH Division I and Division II core course GPA, automatically incorporates weighted grades into calculations and tracks course requirements for BOTH Division I and Division II. Your son or daughter’s core course information is saved for the duration of their high school career.

Thomas Stone High School is proud to make this innovative software available to you free of charge. We believe the will be a very useful academic tool for you and your student-athlete.


Brad Criss, CMAA
Athletic Director
Thomas Stone High School


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