Indian Head High School will be using the Indian Head Sports, Rec & Culture site to manage communications for several school activities, including athletic teams, clubs, and graduation.
This site is built on the SportsEngine platform and requires parents to create a SportsEngine account. With this account, parents can add profiles for each of their children. If you already have a SportsEngine account from a previous club or sports team you do not need to create a new one, and can add your children directly.
Parents must register all their high school children if they are planning to participate in extra-curricular activities. Once registered, the child (student) will be rostered onto the school team(s) they participate in.
To make this easy, we have created a very simple registration form that can be accessed by entering the following address into a web browser:
- Create a Parent Account
- Verify email
- Add Student account
- Edit your account settings for notifications
Note: This registration form is mobile friendly.
Residents of Indian Head and surrounding area now have a new online site to discover all the sport, recreation, and cultural activities that are happening in our community. This will eventually provide a calendar for all activities that are hosted within the community. To view the Indian Head Sports, Rec & Culture site, click on the link below.
You can also access the IHHS activity link directly from the Indian Head High School page: https://www.ihactivities.ca/ihhs
Parents and students are encouraged to download the free SportsEngine mobile app from the appropriate app store. This app makes it easy to see all the team schedules and messages for every team you are a member of.
Additional information about setting up a SportsEngine account and child profiles can be found in the Parent Portal page on the IHActivities site by selecting the Parent Portal link below the Connect menu.
If you have any questions or comments regarding this site, please email Bruce Royer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks Very Much,
Wade McAmmond – Principal Indian Head High School