HS Activity Fees (Fall)

Upper Moreland School District will collect activity fees to help fund the essential equipment and excess travel expenditures related to operating its co-curricular programs. Co-curricular programs include sports and music activities. Activity Fee Funds will be collected online only, and administered by the Activity Fee Committee as directed by the Upper Moreland School Board. Upper Moreland School District will no longer accept cash or checks for Activity Fee payment. Payment is due prior to the first scheduled practice. If the activity includes tryouts and “cuts”, refunds will be provided to participants who are not selected for the activity.

Listed below are the fees for the athletics and activities at the High School:

 

 Fall: Winter: Spring:
 Cheerleading (full year) $100 Indoor Guard $100 Softball $75
 Marching Unit $150 Indoor Percussion $150 Baseball $75
 Boys Cross Country $75 Boys Basketball $75 Boys Lacrosse $75
 Boys/Girls Golf $100 Girls Basketball $75 Girls Lacrosse $75
 Boys Soccer $75 Wrestling $75  Boys Spring Track $75
 Football $125 B/G Bowling $75 Girls Spring Track $75
 Field Hockey $75 B/G Swimming/Diving $125 Boys Tennis $75
 Girls Cross Country $75  Boys Indoor Track $75 
 Girls Soccer $75 Girls Indoor Track $75 
 Girls Tennis $75  

 

Listed below are the fees for the athletics and activities at the Middle School:

 

 Fall: Winter:  Spring:
 Cheerleading $25Girls Basketball $25Softball $25
 Band Activities $25Boys Basketball $25Baseball $25
 Boys Soccer $25Wrestling $25Girls Lacrosse $25
 Football $50 Boys Spring Track $25
 Field Hockey $25 Girls Spring Track $25
 Girls Soccer $25 Boys Tennis $25
 Girls Tennis $25  

Payments online can be made by clicking the links provided, following the instructions to enter data and providing a credit card. Questions on making payment should be directed to the high school Athletic Office at 215-706-2385.   

Refunds will be provided under the following circumstances: 1) The student suffers a season-ending injury prior to the mid-point of the season for which the Activity Fee has been paid. The injury must prevent the participant from engaging in half or more of the regularly scheduled contests and a medical authorization letter must accompany all such requests. 2) A student and their family move out of the district. Refunds will be prorated based on the number of regularly scheduled contests remaining when the student moves away. Students who quit an activity any time during the activity season are not eligible for a refund. Students who are removed from an activity for disciplinary reasons are not eligible for a refund.

Families that receive free and reduced lunch or are experiencing economic hardship may request a partial reduction or waiver from fees.