Welcome to the P.K. Yonge Athletics program. Our award-winning, successful program offers 30 teams in 13 different sports. Our athletes train hard and achieve great results. We are proud of our Blue Wave Athletes! Please follow our schedule and achievements on our PK Yonge Athletics Facebook Page.
Please download the Pre-arranged Absence Form for students to complete with their teachers and coaches when anticipating missing classes due to athletic commitments.
Coaches: Visit the Coaches’ Resources page for information regarding certifications, purchasing, scheduling, gym calendar, and more!
Employment: If you are interested in applying for a coaching position at P.K. Yonge, please visit our Employment page.
- Wantanisha Morant
- Tiffany Landers
- Jefferson Packer
- Marcus McDonald
- Kelly Barrett
- Kara Dawson
- Alex Mueller
- Boderick Johnson
- Willie Powers
- Kevin Fabulich
- Rebecca Schackow
Athletic Physical Policy
All students who wish to participate in athletics must have a completed FHSAA physical, an FHSAA parent consent form, and an FHSAA consent from concussion form. All forms must be submitted to the athletics department before conditioning/practice.
The combined FHSAA athletics physical, the FHSAA parent consent, and consent from concussion form for 2018-19 is LIGHT GREEN. It is available June 30th from the front office, the business office, or Kelly Barrett. Physicals and parent consent forms are valid for 365 days. Forms can be submitted at the front office.
Any questions can be directed to Kelly Barrett – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to personal insurance for your student athlete you may do so through the Fowinkle Insurance Agency. Click on the Public Schools –> Alachua County to find P.K. Yonge or access it directly here: P.K. Yonge Policy.
We Appreciate Our Parent Volunteers!
Our Athletics programs could not function without you. Thank-you for volunteering at our school. Please complete a Volunteer Application each year and deliver it to the front office.
College Bound Athletes
High School athletes who plan to play at a Division I or Division II college/university need to be familiar with the NCAA updated Rules