Blake High School in Hopkins, Minnesota, joins You Can Play in working for equality for all in sports, including LGBTQ athletes, coaches and fans. On January 15, 2019, at 7:30 p.m., the Blake High School girls hockey team is hosting a Pride Night at its game against Farmington.
Framingham High School in Framingham, Massachusetts, joins You Can Play in working for equality for all in sports, including LGBTQ athletes, coaches and fans.
San Mateo High School in San Mateo, California, joins You Can Play in working for equality for all in sports, including LGBTQ athletes, coaches, and fans.
Green Hope High School in Cary, North Carolina, joins You Can Play in working for equality for all in sports, including LGBTQ athletes, coaches and fans.
“That’s exactly what Masters is all about,” says Kevin Versen, Director of Athletics and Physical Education. “We do not judge one’s religion, race, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation. We judge our athletes on the spirit in which they play, their work ethic and dedication along with and their passion to compete. We honor their integrity […]
Agincourt Collegiate Institute has made a video in support of the You Can Play Project. Agincourt is a secondary school located in the Scarborough area of Toronto. They were founded in 1915, and have an enrollment of 1,351. They proudly wear the colors green and white, and their mascot is the Lancer. “All the members […]
La Costa Canyon High School is the latest high school to support the You Can Play Project. Located in south Carlsbad, California, the school provides a comprehensive interscholastic athletic program with 26 different varsity-level sports, earning the Mavericks numerous League, CIF, and Open Division Titles. La Costa Canyon High School’s approximately 2,000 students live in […]
The Eagles of Boston College High School join You Can Play in promoting inclusion and diversity for all athletes, coaches and fans. BC High school hosted a You Can Play Invisible Athlete forum at the urging of You Can Play board member Lee-J Mirasolo. Lee-J, an assistant women’s hockey coach at Princeton, encouraged the forum as […]
The Angels of Denver’s East High School became the first in Colorado to speak on behalf of the You Can Play Project. This weekend, they claimed the Colorado state high school basketball championship. East’s student-athletes and student council both appear in You Can Play videos as part of the Colorado High School Acitvities Association’s positive […]
The Angels of East High School join You Can Play in supporting all teammates, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. East’s student council says that teamwork extends from sports into all student activities including theater and the robotics club. The video is in support of the Colorado High School Activities Association’s “You Can Play, […]