All parents will be required to choose the size of their child's uniform during the regular registration period.
Please review the following Uniform Size Chart prior to registering one or more of your children.
If the required fees are not paid at the time of registration, your registration will not be considered completed and will be deleted from the site.
Registrants must use the same email address for every season, as this is the way in which the registration programs recognize every unique family. Using a different email addresses in the same soccer year for two different seasons will result in the Yearly Family Fee being charged twice, and this fee is not refundable.
Resident registrations require a valid Village of Orland Park Water Bill Account Number to complete the Resident registration process.
If you rent or are part of a condo association, you will be required to provide two forms of identification to use as proof of residency:
1.Legible Copy of Illinois Driver’s License showing the same address as that used for registration.
2.Legible Copy of any utility or similar bill showing the same address as that used for registration.
·Participants that require prescription eyeglasses are required to wear sports goggles that meet or exceed the ASTM F803 standard. Any other form of eyewear will not be permitted.
A Message from Dr. James Gay District 230 Superintendent
Empowering teens to make good choices.
That is the theme of District 230's fourth Successful Schools - Successful Students community event on October 29 from 7 - 9 p.m.at Andrew High School. We hope you will join us for this important event and that you will invite others to attend as well. It is open to anyone who is interested in empowering teens to make good choices.
We all have a responsibility to educate our communities on how they can support teens and set them up for success. The transitions from junior high into high school and from high school into post-secondary life can be challenging for students and families. By working together to educate and be a conduit to important resources we can help our communities become even stronger.
A great line-up of speakers and panelists will educate parents, guardians and other interested community members on preparing teens to handle the pressures related to drugs and alcohol while in high school and when making the transition to a less structured post-secondary life. It will also address decision-making and risk-taking related to the transition to adult life and connect people to the supports available in our high schools and in the community.