Each year, students in grades 7-12 have the opportunity to participate in the City School District of Albany’s athletic programs.
The district offers athletic competition in 12 female sports on 29 teams and in 12 male sports on 31 teams. Each team is coached by certified athletic coaches.
Albany is a member of the 15-team Suburban Council. The exceptions are football and indoor track. In football, Albany High competes in the Class A Division this year. In indoor track, the Falcons compete in Division I.
Commitment Day for Albany High seniors who plan to participate in a sport at the c...
The Falcon's Nest
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The City School District established the Hall of Fame in 2009 to recognize accomplished graduates, exceptional district staff people and community members whose efforts support Albany's public schools.
Albany Booster Club is a charitable not-for-profit organization established in 2000 by parents for the purpose of providing financial assistance and support to extracurricular activities offered by the City School District of Albany.
This program allows varsity student athletes in grades 10-12 to opt out of regular Physical Education classes for one quarter per school year.
Learn more in the Athletic Option Program section of our Physical Education curriculum page.
Unified sports promote inclusive athletic opportunities for students with and without intellectual disabilities, emphasizing the skills and value of every team member.