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Athlete Registration

SPRING SPORTS REGISTRATION (Available February 15, 2024):
In order to register your child for a sport, please log in to your Genesis Parent portal at:
If you have forgotten your Genesis parent portal password, please click the 'Forgot My Password' button and enter the email address you registered for Genesis with. Wait for an automated email to arrive (please check your spam folder if you don't see it in your inbox). If you are still having trouble, please email [email protected] with a description of the issue.
Once logged in, please click on the 'STUDENT DATA' main tab and then the 'Forms' sub-tab. This will bring you to the 'Forms Library' where you will see a list of forms for each of your children.
Please find the name of the first child you would like to register for a sport and then under that child's name, click on the words 'CHS & CMS:  SPRING 2024 SPORTS REGISTRATION - please complete for each athlete registering'.  This will bring you into the form. Please read carefully and respond to each question on the form. When finished, please follow the instructions at the bottom of the form to finalize the form (you must allow pop-ups on your browser for this site in order to finalize the form). If you have another child you would like to register for a sport, please click into the form under that child's name on the 'Forms Library' page.
If you are having any trouble with Genesis or the form, please email [email protected]

Contacts for questions about athletics:

High School- [email protected]  or [email protected]

Middle School- [email protected] or [email protected]


Physical Examinations:  All Health Forms must be submitted as a hard copy.  

Students registering for Athletics must have a current physical examination on file in the athletic department's office before the student is authorized to participate in practice/tryouts.  Sports physicals are good for 365 days******.

To ensure clearance for participation, physicals should be completed and turned in by August 1st for Fall, November 12 for Winter and March 9th for Spring.

  • Physicals are valid for 1 year from date of the last exam. Download your Pre-Participation Physical Form HERE.  Return completed physical paperwork to the school which will be viewed and signed off by the district's doctor.

  • If the athlete has a current physical on file in the athletic department's office, you DO NOT need a new physical you will just need to complete the registration.

  • If the athlete has Asthma and uses an inhaler, please click HERE.

  • In the case of accident or serious illness, all reasonable efforts will be made to contact the parent/guardian.  If parent/guardian is unavailable the students emergency contact person will be contacted.

*Please note:

  • Final clearance will NOT be granted until both the online registration process and original Physical Form is completed and have been received by the athletic department and our school physician signs off. 

  • If your child has Asthma, you must also turn in a new Asthma Treatment Plan and Self Medication Permission form.  This is required on a yearly basis. Along with this, if your child needs an Epi-Pen, please complete the Self Medication Form and return it to the nurses office.  

  • All athletes, parents and/or guardians must follow the process below to register for sports participation. 


Dear Parent/Guardian,

Cinnaminson High School will be participating in a computerized concussion test this upcoming school year.  This program will assist our team physicians/athletic trainers in evaluating and treating head injuries (e.g., concussion).  Our ultimate goal is to help maintain our student athletes' health throughout their season. Though some sports are more physically taxing than others, we feel it is important that all of our student athletes participate in this opportunity.  In order to better manage concussions sustained by our student-athletes, we have acquired a software tool called ImPACT (Immediate Post Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing).  ImPACT is a computerized exam utilized in many professional, collegiate, and high school sports programs across the country to successfully diagnose and manage concussions.  If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during competition, ImPACT is used to help determine the severity of head injury and when the injury has fully healed.   

The computerized exam is given to athletes before beginning sport practice or competition.  All athletes MUST take the test prior to the start of the season.  The coaches will contact the athletes with dates and times the test will be given. This non-invasive test is set up in “video-game” type format and takes about 15-20 minutes to complete.  It is simple, and actually I have found many athletes enjoy the challenge of taking the test. Essentially, the ImPACT test is a preseason physical of the brain.  It tracks information such as memory, reaction time, speed, and concentration.  It, however, is not an IQ test.

If at any point during the season a concussion is suspected, the athlete will be required to retake the test.  Both the preseason and post-injury test data is given to a local doctor, to help evaluate the injury.  The information gathered can also be shared with your family doctor.  The test data will enable these health professionals to determine when return-to-play is appropriate and safe for the injured athlete.  If an injury of this nature occurs to your child, you will be promptly contacted with all the details.

I want to stress that the ImPACT testing procedures are non-invasive, and they pose no risks to your student-athlete.  We are excited to implement this program given that it provides us the best available information for managing concussions and preventing potential brain damage that can occur with multiple concussions. The Cinnaminson Athletic Training Staff is striving to keep your child’s health and safety at the forefront of the student athletic experience. 

All results are completely confidential and unable to be viewed by anyone other than the Certified Athletic Trainers. If you have questions about the program visit the ImPACT website at Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you might have. Travis Igboin, our athletic trainer,  can be reached at [email protected] or I can be reached at [email protected] or contact the main office and they will connect you. 

National Letter of Intent

 National Signing Day Pictures

The National Signing Day picture can be scheduled by calling our Guidance Department, 856-829-7770, X3831. In order to set up a picture, one must qualify based on the criteria below:


Prospective Student-Athletes Signing 2023-24 and Enrolling 2024-25

Sport (s)

Initial Signing Date

Final Signing Date

Division I Basketball (Early Period)

November 8, 2023

November 15, 2023

Division I Basketball (Regular Period)

April 17, 2024

May 15, 2024

Division I Football (Early Period)

December 20, 2023

December 22, 2023

Division I and II Football (Midyear JC Transfer)

December 20, 2023

January 15, 2024

Division I and II Football (Regular Period)

February 7, 2024

Division I: April 1, 2024

Division II: August 1, 2024

All Other Division I and II Sports

November 8, 2023

August 1, 2024


National Signing Day Pictures at Cinnaminson High School are designed to recognize the student-athlete who, on National Signing Day, signs a document that constitutes a contract, a commitment on his or her part to play for a specified college or university. 

Cinnaminson High School has chosen to define the day to include the following students:

(1) any student signing a National Letter of Intent to a NCAA Division I or Division II school;
(2) any student signing what is termed a “Likely Letter” to a Division I school that does not, by policy, issue athletic scholarships. Most prominent of such Division I schools that use the Likely Letter are member schools of the Ivy League;
(3) any student signing a commissioning letter issued by one of the United States military academies and who will be playing a sport at the academy;
(4) any student signing a commitment to accept an athletic scholarship at an NAIA school.

These events do not include students who may be intent on playing sports in college who do not fall into one of the four designations articulated above.  These include students, for example, who choose to go to a Division I school without being offered and/or without accepting an athletic scholarship (i.e., a “walk-on”); students who intend to play at Division II schools who do not offer athletic scholarships (and therefore do not issue a National Letter of Intent); and students who intend to play at NCAA Division III schools, which do not as a matter of policy offer athletic scholarships; and students planning to play sports at a school other than an NCAA or NAIA institution.  

This is done for these reasons:

(1) signing of an NLI or a Likely Letter is generally recognized as an affirmation of the superior performance of an elite-level high school athlete;
(2) while high school athletes who plan to compete at the Division II non-scholarship or Division III level may well be perceived as “elite,” CHS refrains from making such judgments, leaving that determination to outside agencies (e.g., as in this case, an NCAA Division I or II college or university or an NAIA institution). 

Cinnaminson recognizes the tremendous achievement an athlete makes to play any level of College Sports, and we will have an organized College Signing Picture Day with all of the athletes that are not signing an NIL letter, a “Likely Letter,” to an Ivy League school, getting a scholarship at an NAIA school or playing a sport at a Military academy. All of our College Athletes will be recognized on Social Media and on our website,

Contact list of Athletic Directors
Mr. Brian Wilkinson Mr. Jay Meile
Phone: 856 829-7770 Ext 3883 Phone: 856-786-8012 
[email protected] [email protected]


Mrs. Karen Haddon - HS Athletic Department

Phone: 856-829-7770 Ext. 3883

Email: [email protected]


Mrs. Rosita Adams - MS Athletic Department

Phone: 856-786-8012 Ext. 4865

Email: [email protected]


Mr. Bret Jenkins - HS Assistant Athletic Director

Phone: 856-829-7770 Ext. 3883

Email: [email protected]


Mr. Travis Igboin – HS Athletic Trainer

Phone: 856-829-7770 Ext. 3883

Email: i[email protected]