Welcome to APW Athletics
Welcome to the APW Central School District's Interscholastic Athletic Program. We believe that participation in athletics provides the opportunity for developing lifetime skills, which will help the students in becoming well-rounded individuals capable of making decisions and handling problems that will enable them to lead a happy and prosperous life.
The main goal of the APW Interscholastic Athletic Program is to provide experiences that are fun and promote individual growth within a safe and healthy environment. We hope that all students will participate in some phase of our athletic program. These will be memorable high school experiences that will last a lifetime. When your daughter/son chooses to participate in one of our sports programs, we feel that they have committed themselves to certain responsibilities and obligations.
We are in the Onondaga High School League under the Liberty Conference. Click on the link below for more information about the Liberty Conference and our opponents.
Our site will acquaint you with some specific policies/rules that are necessary for a well-organized program of interscholastic athletics. The program is governed by the regulations established by the Commissioner of Education's State Athletic Association, Section III and our Board of Education.
Hello Rebel families,
This is Athletic Coordinator Scott Stanard. Although we do not have a definite answer from the Governor whether or not the High Risk winter sports will be allowed to be played, we still need to have a winter sports sign-up.
You must complete the entire form, as it contains the health history portion for the school nurse to clear your child to play. An up-to-date physical is also required.
Thank you for your continued support of Rebel Athletics and I hope everyone has a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
Meet Scott Stanard: Athletic Coordinator
A love of athletics and passion for helping children has led Scott Stanard to further his career with Altmar-Parish-Williamstown School District as Athletic Coordinator. Stanard has coached various sports in the district throughout the past 11 years and became a seventh-grade teaching assistant six years ago. He obtained his recreation and leisure services degree from Mohawk Valley Community College and received his coaching certification.
The 1990 graduate of APW Junior-Senior High School said he knows how important athletics is to small towns, and he is encouraged by the support the community has for the program.