St. Francis Xavier
High School

1600 W. Prospect Ave.
Appleton, WI | (920) 733-6632

School Hours:
M 8:30am-3:00pm
T-F 8:00am-3:00pm

Office Hours:
M-F 7:30am-4:00pm

High School Fax: 
(920) 735-1787
High School Counseling Fax: 
(920) 257-2050


Required Forms

For athletes planning to play a sport at Xavier High School, required paperwork needs to be submitted to the athletic director by August 1, regardless of what season in which the athlete will participate.  Any questions about the required forms should be directed to Kathy Bates, the Athletic Director and Dean of Students at Xavier. 

All of the following forms will be provided at the mandatory code meeting

  • Physical card (green):  a current physical which is good for two years is required. Any physical taken on or after April 1 will be good for the next two school years.  Typically, incoming freshmen and incoming juniors will turn in a physical card. 
  • Alternate year physical card (cream):  the alternate year card is required for the second year of the physical. The parent/guardian completes this form. Typically, incoming sophomores and incoming seniors will turn in an alternate year card. 
  • Risk and waiver acknowledgement form (orange):  One time only turn in. This form stays on file for all years in which the athlete participates in a sport. 
  • Consent to athletic trainer services form (white):  One time only turn in. This form stays on file for all years in which the athlete participates. 
  • Receipt of Xavier athletic code & WIAA rules (blue):  the Xavier co-curricular code and WIAA rules will be distributed at parent meetings.  The signature recpetion sheet must be turned in and will cover all seasons. 
  • Emergency medical contact form (tan):  the emergency medical form is required each year. 
  • ImPACT baseline test & form (white):  like the physical exam, the online baseline concussion test is good for two years.  Test dates will be announced at the mandatory athlete/parent meeting. 
  • Concussion information acknowledgement form (pink):  the state of Wisconsin requires concussion informatin be provided and that athletes and parents sign and submit a form indicating receipt and understanding.