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ATHLETICS
Girls Tennis vs. Lane Tech
Date: Tomorrow
Time: 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Location: Grant Park
Boys Soccer at Notre Dame HS
Date: Tomorrow
Time: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Location: Notre Dame HS Niles Il.
Boys Golf CPS Qualifers
Date: Sep 25
Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Location: TBA
Girls Volleyball at Lakeview
Date: Sep 25
Time: 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location: Lakeview HS
Girls JV Cross Country at Mather HS
Date: Sep 25
Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Location: Mather Park
Boys and Girls Cross Country at St. Charles North Invite
Date: Sep 29
Time: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Location: St. Charles North HS
 
Jones Athletic Code
 
Athletics are a privilege and a fundamental part of our education process. The development of the physical capacities of youth can balance and augment the intellectual, emotional and social growth of each athlete. Jones College Prep administrators, coaches and sponsors believe students who are involved in co-curricular activities should conduct themselves as responsible representatives of their school and community. Students who represent their school are expected to maintain high standards of conduct whether in the school or the community.
 
Students who exhibit behavior unbecoming of an athlete will be subject to disciplinary action. Examples of unacceptable behavior included, but are not limited to, distribution/dealing illegal drugs, possession or use of drugs including performance enhancing drugs, theft, vandalism, hazing, possession or use of a weapon, gang activity, and any other violation of the Chicago Public Schools’ Student Code of Conduct. In addition the student athlete must be passing all classes as well as be off the (AIL), Activities Ineligible List, to participate in athletic contests and practices on a weekly basis. Penalties for violations of discipline policies will be determined by the Team Coach, Athletic Director, Dean of Students, and/or Administration. Penalties will vary from partial to full suspension as determined by the violation as prescribed by the CPS Code of Conduct if applicable.
 
 
 
 
Athletic Forms

Player Record Card.pdf

Philosophy Statement
The mission of our co-curricular program is to provide opportunities for our student athletes, to compete, strive for excellence in their sport, and to develop life skills beyond the classroom. Through the competition of interscholastic sport, student athletes must maintain strong leadership which prepares them for graduation and life after Jones College Prep.

The following sports are offered throughout the year at Jones College Prep. Please click on the link to see each sports home page. 

   
Fall Sports   GenderSponsor
Cross Country Boys Mr. Andrew Adelmann
Cross Country Girls Ms. Sarah Reynolds
Soccer Boys Mr. Paul Zubb
Volleyball Girls Mr. Casey Feeney
Tennis Girls Mr. Dan Lee
Swimming Girls Ms. Lauren Vrettos - Head Coach
Mr. Paul Anderson - Asst. Coach
Golf Boys Mr. David Gilmer
 
Winter Sports Gender Sponsor
Basketball (m) Boys Mr. Frank Griseto
Basketball (w) Girls Mr. Michael Strok
Bowling (v) Co-ed Mr. Frank Menzies
Dance Co-ed Mrs. Foshay
Spirit Co-ed Ms. Alex Stolarski
Swimming Boys Mr. Paul Anderson - Head Coach
Ms. Lauren Vrettos - Asst. Coach
 
Spring Sports Gender Sponsor
Baseball Boys Mr. Dave Rosene
Lacrosse Boys Mr. Jim Speith
Lacrosse Girls Ms. Whitney Capps
Softball Girls Mr. Andy Pickett
Soccer Girls Mr. Derek Blysma
Tennis Boys Mr. Dan Lee
Track Boys
Mr. Andrew Adelmann
Track Girls Mr. Nick Diedrich
Volleyball Boys Mr. Jake Myers
Water Polo Boys Mr. Jim Cortez
Water Polo Girls Mr. Mac Varilla


Athletic/ Eligibility Rules
Co-Curricular involvement is an essential part of the student's development as a well-rounded individual. In addition, highly selective colleges and universities look favorably on teamanship experiences, found in athletics.

Jones College Prep follows all rules as outlined by the IHSA (www.ihsa.org) and the Chicago Public League Athletic Association.
  • All student athletes must earn a grade point average of 2.00 to be eligible to participate in athletics at any time during the school year.
  • A student is ineligible if they failing more than one class at any time during the school year. Failure to do so will land the student athlete on the Academic Ineligibility List (AIL). A weekly check of academic progress will be implemented by the Athletic Director and/or Activity Director to help assure that the student is making adequate improvements. If adequate progress is proven, the student can resume participation. 
  • Any student who is placed on the AIL for disciplinary issues will also be ruled ineligible, until that student can satisfy all outstanding detentions or terms of suspensions.
Fees, Payment Plans, and Fee Waivers
Fees are collected to support programs that benefit the students. All athletes will pay a participation fee for each sport. 

Sometimes, families face financial hardships. JCP wants all students to be able to participate in programs even when in the midst of a financial crisis. Payment plans and/or fee waivers are available for families who cannot afford to pay fees. Fee waviers apply only to the JCP sport participation fee. Parents should contact the Director of Finance & Operations (773-534-8618) to inquire about these provisions. Fee waivers are not applicable to debts and fines. A payment plan may be worked out for debts and fines with the approval of the Director of Finance and Operations.