Intramural activities are divided into six groups: team, singles, doubles, sports skill, interclub and free play. The first four groups - team, singles, doubles and sports skill - earn intramural points toward awards. Club activities and free play do not carry any point value.
The point system is designed to encourage learning a wide variety of activities in year-round competition and to provide a measuring device for awards presentations. Each activity in the divisions that earn points is assigned a designated number of points. At the end of the school year, the students with the highest accumulated points win a letter jacket. Since the number is not limited, every student who finishes the requirements receives a jacket.
Students who wish to compete for a letter jacket should enter as many of the point-earning events as possible because the key to winning is participation. Winners are not always the best athletes but rather the students who participate in a variety of activities throughout the year.
See the Intramurals Handbook pdf for more information.