Welcome to the Midland Park Athletic Department Website

Attention Parents and Student-Athletes: REGISTRATION FOR WINTER SPORTS IS NOW OPEN!!

Midland Park Athletic Teams

High School:
Fall: Soccer, Football, Girls Tennis, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Volleyball
Winter: Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Indoor Track, Bowling, Winter Cheer
Spring: Baseball, Softball, Golf, Spring Track, Boys Tennis

Middle School
Fall: Soccer, Volleyball, Cross Country
Winter: Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball
Spring: Baseball, Softball, Spring Track


Please read thoroughly for info on the Midland Park Athletics Registration process and follow the steps below. Doing so will ensure that your child is cleared to participate in time for the start of each season.  Students must submit appropriate paperwork to the nurse prior to participation.  



Step 1:  Submit the electronic forms online.

  • The online submission website is open.
  •  All athletes must submit online forms first, BEFORE submitting physicals to the Nurse.
  • To submit forms electronically, click on the link: http://mphs.powermediallc.org
  • Next, click on "Sports Participation Packet" in the top right corner.
  • Then, choose "new user" if you've never completed online forms, or "current user" if you completed forms online previously.
  • Finally, follow the prompts to complete all the necessary forms electronically.

Step 2: Submit a New Physical or Health History Update.

  • Students must have first completed their online forms before submitting Hard-Copy forms!
  • Once online forms are submitted, Students/Parents must still hand in a hard copy of either the State mandated Physical Form or the Health History Update to the school nurse.
  • The Athletic Physical Form (found in the link below) must be newly completed every year.  The Athletic Physical Form is good for 365 days.  When a NEW physical is submitted to the nurse, there is no need for a Health History Update to be handed in. State Athletic Physical Form
  • The Health History Update Form (found in the link below) must be completed EVERY ATHLETIC SEASON when a student-athlete's physical form is passed 60 days of being completed. Health History Update Form

Sports Registration Forms and Links

Online Registration/Online Forms: Online Registration/Online Forms

State Physical Form: State Physical Form (Hard copy submitted to nurse)

Health History Update Form: Health History Update Form (Hard copy submitted to nurse)

     On the Midland Park Athletic Pages, you can find all information related to both High School and Middle School Sports!  Use the page tabs to the left for specified info, or continue to scroll down this page for updates, contact info, and more!!!
Be sure to also follow us on twitter using @AthleticsMPS for all news, game updates, and game results!!!


Midland Park Athletics is now using a new scheduling program! Click on the r School Today link to view the seasonal schedules.

*Please note fans also have the ability to sign up for notifications, so all updates can be received in real time.

*Be sure to download the smartphone app.  Look for "Activity Scheduler" in your app store (the icon is a baseball cap with the letters 'rST' on it)

Weather/Lightning: Midland Park High School is equipped with a lightning detection system. Additionally, from the NJSIAA, once lightning has been recognized or thunder heard, by an official, a coach, the host site management personnel, or by a lightning detection system, the game must be suspended immediately with all players, coaches, spectators, and officials directed to appropriate shelters. athletes, coaches and personnel will report inside of the high school. It is mandatory to wait at least 30 minutes after the last flash of lightning is witnessed or thunder is heard. Any subsequent lightning or thunder after the beginning of the 30-minute count must reset the clock and another count must begin. Once the contest has been suspended, the 30-minute mandatory suspension in play is in effect. If the lightning detection system gives an “all clear signal” prior to the end of the 30-minute suspension time, the contest shall not be resumed until the 30-minute suspension time limit has elapsed, per the NJSIAA and NFHS policy. However, if a member school has a Board policy that states no play/no activity may resume until the lightning detection system gives the “all clear signal” even though the 30-minute suspension time has elapsed per NJSIAA/NFHS rule, that Board policy shall supersede NJSIAA/NFHS policy.    

The Athletic Department portion of the district website was developed to help you with any questions you may have regarding athletic competition and will provide contact information in order to make this department more accessible to the community of Midland Park. 

               Thank you,

                             Patrick Clark   
                                Assistant Principal/Athletic Director  


In the Athletics Section of the District website you will find information regarding:

    Board of Education Sports Related Policies : eligibility of home schooled students, preseason and concussion   protocol, and the BOE sportsmanship policy.

    Conference Teams and Divisions

    Schedules and Directions

    High School and Middle School Coaching Staff

    NJSIAA Academic Eligibility for Participation Requirements

    Necessary Student Athlete forms : Physicals/Consent Forms

    The Student Athlete and College :

Department Contacts

 Director of Athletics:

Mr. Patrick Clark

Athletic Office Phone #: (201)-444-7400   ext. 205

E-Mail: [email protected]


Athletic Trainer

Mr. Larry Schupner

Trainer's Office Phone #: (201)-444-7400 ext. 240

E-Mail: [email protected]

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