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Important note for middle and high school athletes & their guardians:
To ensure safety during all sport participation, every student-athlete must complete and pass a sports physical before beginning athletic practices and/or competitions. This physical form will last one year from the time the physical is complete. In addition, every year guardians and athletes are required to sign required forms such as: concussion awareness, cardiac arrest awareness, permission to treat, and the heat and humidity policy. To meet the required standards, all forms are completed using the DragonFly Max platform.
New to DragonFly Max?
To access DragonFly Max, parents and/or athletes should a) download the DragonFly Max app through their local app store OR b) visit the Dragonfly Max website from a desktop/laptop computer. When creating an account, it will ask for you to enter the name of the school or school code. Please enter Athens Christian School or 6QRSA4.
After creating an account, a request to join the ACS community will be sent to an account administrator and will generally take one day to be processed. 
How do I complete required forms?
Once approved, guardians can fill out information such as the athlete’s medical history and insurance documentation. Completed physical forms can be scanned and uploaded to the athlete’s profile.
All other required forms can also be found on each athlete’s profile. For guardians with multiple athletes, only one account needs to be created. Each athlete will have their own profile (including required forms) under one account.
Please utilize the Dragonfly Max handout for additional information on getting started with using DragonFly Max.
How will Dragonfly Max be used?
In addition to storing the physicals and other required forms, the ACS’s sports medicine team utilizes Dragonfly Max to document all injuries and may input recommended rehab or recovery strategies. Both athletes and guardians will be able to view this information. Coaches will also be able to view information on the injured athlete and are given information such as practice and play guidelines.