Athletic Department:  231 933 8207


Welcome to Traverse City Central High School Athletics


We are extremely proud of the Trojan spirit, tradition and history here at Traverse City Central High School.  We believe that athletic challenges, in concert with academic pursuits, help students develop life skills that will serve them well as adults.


Why interscholastic athletics?  The answer is assists the education process in instilling and developing life skills necessary for future success.


Leadership - Communication - Goal Setting - Organization

Work Ethic - Self-Discipline - Perseverance - Cooperation

Loyalty - Honesty - Perspective - Relationships


Click Here for season wrap-ups and news Inside Trojan Athletics.

TC Central Athletics End-of-of the-Year Newsletter 2014

Important Announcements

Please join us in welcoming three new coaches to our Trojan family, Sarah Melius (Girl's Soccer), Lauren Tondreau (Figure Skating) and Donald Funk (Wrestling).  Their contact information can be found by clicking below for 2014/15 coaching staff contact information.

Book your Senate Suite "Sweet" Seats Today for the upcoming basketball season.  Click Here for more information.


2014/15 Winter Sports Tryout Information - Click Here

Remember per MHSAA guidelines, you must have a complete (current school year) sports physical on file with the Athletic Office prior to tryouts or you will not be allowed to participate until one is received; NO exceptions! Current School year is considered April 15 or later of the previous school year.

Sports Physical Information - Click Here

Click Here to view 2014/15 Season Sports Schedule

2014/15 Coaching Staff Contact Information - Click Here

Admission Prices and Athletic Pass Information - Click Here

You may stop in the Athletic Office at TC Central between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pm Monday-Friday to purchase passes.


FarmRaiser, a Michigan-based company, has joined the TCAPS Partner In Education effort by offering locally made products to benefit TCAPS Learning Enrichment & Athletics Program (LEAP) and individual schools. FarmRaiser is an innovative way to raise money while helping to build a stronger, healthier community. 


Through FarmRaiser, families can purchase healthy products from local businesses like Naturally Nutty, The Redheads, Higher Grounds, Brownwood Farms, Sleeping Bear Farms, Grocer’s Daughter, and Esch Road. There’s even an option to purchase a community basket, which will be given to a local food pantry. With every purchase, proceeds benefit LEAP and the TCAPS school of your choice. In addition, the school or program that raises the most funds will earn an additional 10% of their sales! Ninety percent of every dollar spent on FarmRaiser products stays in our community. 


Funds raised for LEAP will help provide student-athlete scholarships as well as middle school LEAP uniforms. Funds raised for schools support elementary PTOs and secondary athletic departments. 


How it works:


1. Click Here to get started.  

2. Select your school of choice. If you do not have a school affiliation and would prefer all monies go to LEAP, please select LEAP as your choice.

3. Shop and click donate for each product you choose. (To purchase more than one product, simply go back to the local products page.)

4. Products will be available for pick-up at Central Grade School onWednesday, December 17, 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. Just in time for holiday gift giving! 


For more information, please contact LEAP Director Janna Deering at / 231.933.1722 or FarmRaiser Chief Cultivator, Christina Carson at / 231.714.9712.

Grand Traverse Parks and Recreation launches a new website at  This new site showcases many of  the recreational opportunities in Grand Traverse County.     
Thank you to our 2014 Family Bowling Night Sponsors