Front Row L-R: Viri Barragan Flores, Ashlyn Goforth, Calee Tennant, Lexi Mintz, Raury Bazluki, Avery Marshall, Greer Black, Angel Featherson Back Row L-R: Kim Bressler, Kat Kiser, Gracelyn Hilton, Ethan Farrar, Preston Owens, Lily Savikas, Justin Cheek, Matt Bressler
9th Grade Athletic Training
Student Aides 2022-2023
Front Row L-R: Brooke Palumbo, Katie Mroz, Emma Matras,Ella Andrews Back Row L-R: Clayton Broome, Elli Reavis, Kate Lindner, Clara Powell, Abigail Norton, Nick Castellana
Your Future in Clover High School Athletic Training
Only you limit your future in our program! The Clover High School Athletic Training Student Aide (ATSA) program is designed to prepare students to enter sports medicine related college and university programs. We have modeled our program to be similar to college athletic training programs to give our students a realistic look into the rigors of the academic curriculum and clinical training required of an athletic training major. You will learn valuable information about injury recognition and care, working with others, following directions, responsibilities, time management, communication and commitment. Students participating in the ATSA program perform all activities under the direct supervision of the Clover High School Athletic Training staff members.
Athletic Training Student Aide Goals
Maintain academic success.
Learn as much as you can about the field of athletic training while in the program.
Apply as many skills learned in the course curriculum as possible.
Become a leader among your peers in the program, school and community.
Earn recognition and awards for your hard work.
Athletic Academic Award
Induction into National Honor Society of Sports Medicine (NHSSM).