Category Archives: Athletic Department
The Charlestown High School Athletic Department will be going exclusively to online and debit / credit card sales using Eventlink, for admittance to all athletic events during the 2021-22 school year. Individual and All Sport Passes will also be available using Eventlink. All tickets and Sport Passes will be self-validate at the gate. DO NOT VALIDATE until the ticket taker sees your phone and says to validate. If your validate box is not green, you will not be permitted to enter the event. There will be no cash sale of tickets at the gate.
Pirate fans are encouraged to download the Eventlink App to their phone for convenience in purchasing tickets and receiving up-to-the-minute notifications about cancellations or postponements via text or email.
Revised Ticket Prices:
Individual Tickets $6.00 / All Sport Pass Adult $80 / All Sport Student $40 / All Sport Pass Senior $60 / Ten Punch Pass $50
For complete details and links to purchase tickets, go to www.PiratePride.BLUE/Tickets
There will be no cash sale of tickets at the gate.
The Ford Motor Company’s “Drive 4 UR School” fundraiser will be held at the Charlestown High School this Saturday, May 19th from 9am to 3pm in the south parking lot off Park Street, in Charlestown. The program provides schools with an opportunity to raise $6000 to benefit the local Theater and Athletic Departments simply by having people come in and take a short test drive.
Specifically, for each two minute test drive, $20 will be donated. This is a no sales pressure event, and all it takes is two minutes of your time Saturday. So come on out, get behind the wheel of a brand new Ford, and help Charlestown High School out! A registration form is available by CLICKING HERE.
A portion of the proceeds will also be given to Spencer’s Spectacular Fundraiser.
Charlestown High School Athletic Director Chad Gilbert was recently elected to the IHSAA Board of Directors Southern District Urban Seat. As part of the Executive Committee, Gilbert will take the place of Paul Neidig who was selected to become an Assistant Commissioner of the IHSAA earlier this year. In his fifth season as the Pirates’ Athletic Director, Gilbert has pioneered the development of new coaches and created a winning atmosphere inside the Athletic Department. While speaking about his recent election win, Gilbert commented, “I look forward to serving the student athletes in our state as a member of the IHSAA Board of Directors. I hope to find being a part of this Association fulfilling and ultimately one of the highlights of my career. I want to represent our entire district in a positive way.” Gilbert will take his seat on the board at the IHSAA Executive Meeting on January 11th, 2018.