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Next Level Generals

We would like to congratulate the following students on their commitment to continue their academic and athletics pursuits at the collegiate level.  They signed their letters of intent on National Signing Day, November 11, 2020.

Greta Streich, Louisiana Tech (Soccer)
Schuyler Berry, Seattle Pacific (Basketball)  
Spencer Scott, University of Portland (Baseball)
Kaden Segal, Linn-Benton (Baseball)  
Luke Borchardt, University of Idaho (Football)
Miles Hess, University of Montana (Lacrosse)  
Fallon Dewitt, Iowa State (Swim)


Letter from Athletic Director - 10/16/20

Hello Grant Families,

Portland Public Schools and the Portland Interscholastic League are excited to announce that we will begin serving students in the Portland area as part of OSAA Season 1. Programming will follow all OSAAOHA, and PPS guidelines to ensure a safe environment for all students and coaches. This is a voluntary opportunity, and in accordance with the OSAA, teams will not be formed based on a student’s participation during the OSAA Season 1. In an effort to best support students and programming, our first phase of activities will only be held outdoors. Practices will be managed by PPS staff, which includes certified coaches, the athletic trainer, security services, and me (athletic director). Exact days and times for each practice will depend on the program.

Physical activity has been shown to have a strong and positive influence on the social and emotional well-being of students. Students will be allowed to participate in sport-specific pods with no more than 25 students per pod. Each pod will: 

  • be led by a certified Grant coach, 
  • meet between one and three times a week, 
  • lock their roster each week to avoid cross-contact among student groups, 
  • be spaced across Grant campus to ensure proper spacing.  

For the full letter from the AD, please click here

Chris LaCarrubba
Athletic Director

OSAA Adopts NEW 2020-2021 School Activities Calendar


"The OSAA’s new calendar provides for three distinct seasons from late December to late June with limited overlap between seasons. Traditional Winter activities will take place in January and February (Season 2), followed by Fall activities in March and April (Season 3), with Spring activities occurring in May and June (Season 4). Each season will feature an equitable 7-week regular season, with adjusted contest limitations, followed by an OSAA Culminating Week. Specific plans for culminating week events will be developed in conjunction with member schools in the coming months in alignment with large group gathering guidelines issued by the state."

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Clearance update for season 1

Athletic clearance for all sports are OPEN!  Please visit the clearance tab to register on Family ID.  All students must be cleared before participating in workouts.  Please register for EACH sport that you plan to participate in.

Academic eligibility requirements have been updated for the 2020-2021 season! Please click here for detailed information.


Thank you John Davenport and For Eyes Photography for your dedication to Grant Athletics.  We love your photos!

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