• Hobart High School offers a comprehensive sports program for young men and women that is dedicated to developing athletic achievement as an important part of the student's overall education.

    Involvement with the program encourages and builds a student's confidence and self-esteem, develops leadership, and fosters a sense of accomplishment. Participation in an athletic program inspires a will to succeed in academics and in life, as well as athletics.

    Sports at Hobart High School are a tradition, privilege, and an honor. Hobart athletes contribute significantly to the school and community through their efforts, hard work, and dedication.

    An enthusiastic and qualified coaching staff works with the athletes, helping to guide their interests and abilities in the sports of their choice while urging academic excellence.

    Hobart High School is a member of the Northwest Crossroads Conference. The Northwest Crossroads Conference (NCC) consists of six schools. These schools are Andrean, Highland, Hobart, Kankakee Valley, Lowell, and Munster.

    Students at Hobart High School can compete in 20 different sports (10 boys & 10 girls) and on multiple levels for each sport. Throughout the years, Hobart athletes and teams have achieved all-conference and all-state recognition.


    Fall Season

    • Football
    • Volleyball
    • Boys Tennis
    • Girls Golf
    • Boys and Girls Cross Country
    • Boys and Girls Soccer

    Winter Season

    • Boys and Girls Basketball
    • Boys and Girls Swimming
    • Wrestling
    • Gymnastics

    Spring Season

    • Baseball
    • Softball
    • Boys and Girls Track
    • Boys Golf
    • Girls Tennis
    • Unified Track

    Before an athlete can practice or participate, he/she must turn into the Athletic Office the following:

    1. A physical exam (on IHSAA approved form) taken after April 1st -Includes signed Physical, History, and Consent & Release Forms
    2. Concussion and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Form
    3. Drug/Alcohol Testing Consent Form
    4. Athlete Emergency Information Card
    5. Responsible Use of Social Media Form

    These forms may be picked up in the Athletic Office, from your coach, or downloaded here.

    Practice times and locations will be posted in the Athletic Office, obtained from coaches, or posted on our athletic department social media sites on Facebook or Twitter.



    Athletic participation in the School City of Hobart serves as an integral part of a student’s educational experience. Good sportsmanship plays an important role in athletic competition and in the character development of the student-athlete. Therefore, we expect the coaches, players, parents and fans to display respect, fairness, civility, and honestly. We encourage all spectators and fans to support their team and refrain from negative behaviors directed towards the opposing team and/or the officials and to display behavior of which everyone can be proud.