Welcome to Elmwood Park High School athletics!
Our program is led by Mr. Douglas Noyes, EPHS Athletic Director and Mr. Anthony Sylvester, Assistant Principal of Athletics and Activities. Ms. Gina Stees is the Athletic Trainer. Ms. Marsha Rubino is the Athletic Office Secretary. They can be reached at the following numbers:
- Phone | 708-583-5468
- Fax | 708-452-0732
To see our athletics monthly calendar and athletics daily calendar, click the links below:
Fall Sports Registration
Registration for Fall Sports is open. Fall sports begin on Monday, August 7th. Students interested in boy's or girl's cross country, football, golf, boy's soccer, girl's tennis and girl's volleyball need to register on the website. To start practice or tryouts, students need to register on 8to18, pay the $65.00 participation fee and present a current physical to the Athletic Office. Students will receive a gold participation card that must be given to their coach. Practice times and locations will be posted when available and athletes should check with their coach. Please reach out to the EPHS athletic office with any questions!
Clinics in the area for athletic physicals
MIDWEST EXPRESS CLINIC - 7343 Lake St., River Forest, IL 60305 (708) 231-8908
WellNow Urgent Care - 600 W North Ave., Melrose Park, IL 60160 (708) 316-2059
CVS MINUTE CLINIC - 345 Madison St., Oak Park, IL 60302 (708) 386-2157
Concentra Urgent Care - 10137 W. Grand Ave., Franklin Park, IL 60131 (847) 451-7590
WellNow Urgent Care - 4460 N. Harlem Ave., Norridge, IL (708) 402-9140
All athletes are required to have a current athletic physical exam on file.
The exam is valid for 395 days.
Click here for the IHSA Physical Form. Please bring a completed copy to the Athletic Office. The form must be signed in all of the appropriate places by the student and parent.
|EPHS boys teams||EPHS girls teams|
|Cross Country||Competitive Dance|
|Track & Field||Tennis|
|Volleyball||Track & Field|
We are located at 8201 W. Fullerton Ave., Elmwood Park, IL 60707.
Conference & State
EPHS is a founding member of the Metro Suburban Conference. The other MSC schools are:
- Ridgewood High School | Norridge
- Riverside Brookfield High School | Riverside
- Westmont High School | Westmont
EPHS is also a long-time member of the Illinois High School Association.
The EPHS program is based on the belief that athletics plays an important role in the education of young people.
Athletics develop character, sportsmanship and leadership among student-athletes. The enthusiasm from athletic teams carries over to the student body, fostering school spirit. EPHS encourages students to be involved in the school community.
By giving their best against athletes from other schools, our students learn the importance of preparation, persistence, self-discipline, dedication, attention to detail, teamwork, selflessness and hard work.