Spartan Athletic Club

Website and Email Address

For up to date information please visit our Spartan Athletic Club website at or contact us via email


The basic structure of the booster club is one parent organization which is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of one representative from each active individual sport booster club. The goals set forth by the Board of Directors are implemented by elected officers of the parent club. Officers of the parent club may also be members/officers of individual sport clubs.


The individual sport booster clubs exist (are active) as long as they organize leadership and report their club to the parent club. In order to be considered active, an individual sport booster club should have a minimum of two elected leaders (from within their club), a president, and treasurer. It is recommended that each club maintain a secretary/membership coordinator as well if possible. You may be an officer in more than one individual sport booster club if your student is involved in multiple sports and you wish to be in that leadership position for multiple sports.

Parent Organization Responsibilities

  • Legal issues (taxes–federal and state; U.I.L. rules; etc.)
  • Organization of banquets
  • Athlete letter jackets
  • GameDay Program production
  • Club memberships
  • Some concessions

Individual Sport Organizations Responsibilities

  • Your own finances (record, bank accounts)
  • Fundraising efforts for your sport (includes concessions for some sports
  • Student support activities for your sport
  • Sales of GameDay Program ads
  • Encouraging membership in the club


Sports that may have Individual Sport Booster Clubs

  • Football
  • Volleyball
  • Cheerleading
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball
  • Power Lifting
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Swimming¬†
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Boys Soccer
  • Girls Soccer
  • Track
  • Cross Country
  • Trainers

Thank you for your support of Centennial High School athletics.