Welcome to Creekside!

All new students and their parents should attend the Freshman & New Student Athletics Orientation. The event will be held on August 1st at 6:00 PM in Creekside’s auditorium. Meet the Creekside coaches and get information needed to get your student ready to play! Spirit wear will be available for purchase and the Creekside Knights Athletic Booster Club will be there to help you navigate the world of high school athletics as a parent.

Congratulations to the 2016-17 Athletes of the Year!
Cross Country: Matt Clark
Cross Country: Claire Openshaw
Basketball: J'Michael Plummer
Soccer: Sophia Thompson
Wrestling: Brandon Dickman
Track: Matt Clark | Jackson Storey
Track: Allison Holland

>>>Click on photos to read full story

For more information regarding Fall team tryouts, please contact the head coach of that sport. A current physical (FHSAA EL2 Form) and consent form (FHSAA EL3 Form) must be on file prior to tryouts.

Team Information/Location Head Coach Coach Contact Information
Boys Cross Country Conditioning Now Coach Frank [email protected]
Girls Cross Country Conditioning Now Coach Yates [email protected]
Football Conditioning Now Coach McIntyre [email protected]
Boys Golf Julington Golf Course Coach Hudson [email protected]
Girls Golf Julington Golf Course Coach Triay [email protected]
Swim & Dive Julington Creek Aquatic Center Coach DaCosta [email protected]
Volleyball Creekside Gymnasium Coach Bowers [email protected]

Creekside Announces New Athletic Director

Guy Harris, Creekside High School’s Athletics Director has accepted a leadership position at Ponte Vedra High School. Effective July 1, 2017 he will assume the role of Assistant Principal. Mr. Harris has been the AD at Creekside since its inception in 2008 and has been tremendously effective building the Knights’ winning program. The Knights have captured over 119 titles including 19 team and individual state championships. Also during his tenure in 2014-15, the FHSAA awarded Creekside Athletics the Floyd Lay Sunshine Cup Award for best overall class 6A school athletic program.

Creekside High School is pleased to announce that Luke Marabell will take over the reins of Creekside’s Athletics Program. A graduate of Jacksonville University, he has been an educator in St. Johns County since 2004. Mr. Marabell has been on staff at Creekside since 2008 serving as department chair of Exceptional Student Education and as the Knights’ head baseball coach. He has also served in various volunteer initiatives in St. Johns County including Field of Dreams and the Creeks Baseball Club. He lives in St. Johns County with his wife Nikki, and daughters Madison and Marissa.

>>read article here

The 7th annual Running of the Knights 5K and Fun Run was a huge success! >>read article here

Attention: All Incoming 2017-18 Freshmen:

If you are interested in participating in athletics at Creekside High School and wish to receive important updates,

please click here to fill out the athletics interest form

Congratulations to Creekside’s
2017 FHSAA State Runners-Up!2017 Boys Track Finishes 2nd at State Meet

>>read article here

2017 Competitive Cheer

2017 Girls Soccer


2016 Boys Cross Country State ChampsBoys Cross Country Take Home 3A State Championship! Again!

Read more here…

Varsity Letter Jackets

The Neff Company sells customized Creekside varsity letter jackets.
Didn’t make the fitting? You can order online now: www.neffco.com/neffjacketshop/ Enter password 25984 or
Download order form here and mail with your payment to the address on the form.

Professional Photos of CHS Athletic Competitions are Available for Purchase.

To browse available photos:

www.leonards.com | Create an account | Click on SCHOOLS | Select CREEKSIDE HIGH SCHOOL | Click on EVENT PHOTOS | Choose your photos to purchase

Visit the Only Authorized Retail Provider of Creekside Athletics Spirit Wear!

Williams Athletics

Williams Athletics is located at 2750 Racetrack Road in the Publix Shopping Center.
Visit the store often as new merchandise is now arriving!

New Football Playoff Format

The Florida High School Athletic Association board of directors recently voted to approve a new football playoff format. Beginning with the 2017 season, district play will be eliminated in Classes 1A-4A, with teams making the playoffs based on a points system. Classes 5A-8A will retain districts, with the district champion receiving an automatic playoff bid.

For Classes 1A-4A, no region or district play will be required, as each school will control its own schedule. Four teams from each region (16 total) will make the playoffs based on the new points system.

District play for Class 5A-8A will remain, with 32 teams qualifying for the playoffs in each class. District champions will receive an automatic bid to the playoff and will receive a 1-4 seed based on the new points system. Four wild cards will be taken from each region based on points following the conclusion of Week 11.

In all eight classes, the higher seed will host.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/high-school/article104349306.html#storylink=cpy


Congratulations to the Knights Named 2015-16
All County Athletes of the Year!

Photography, Filming and Videotaping

Per FHSAA Policy 34: 34.1.1 Representatives of a school’s athletic interest of a visiting school may not photograph, film or videotape their team’s or contestants’ performance without first obtaining permission from the host school principal or his/her designee. Photographers, videographers and their equipment must be positioned so that they do not block the view of any spectator. 34.1.2 No representative of a school’s athletic interest that is not participating in a contest may photograph, film or videotape all or part of the contest unless permission to do so is granted by the Principal or his/her designee of each school that is participating in that contest. No photographers will be allowed on sidelines without permission from the Principal or Athletic Director. All broadcasts of athletic competitions must be pre-approved by the Principal or Athletic Director. Download broadcast application here.

VOLUNTARY  Student Accident Benefits Available

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