• Taylor Sports Medicine
    Student Athletic Training Program

Student Athletic Training Program

  • Our Student Athletic Training Program here at Taylor is a great opportunity for students to be involved with athletics, while learning valuable sports medicine skills. Student Athletic Trainers (SATs) are a crucial part of ensuring the health and safety of our student-athletes. Under the supervision of the Athletic Trainers, SATs have the opportunity to be on the sidelines of practices and games, aid with hydration, field set-up, athletic training room inventory and cleanliness, basic first aid, and learn taping/wrapping of athletic injuries. 
    The field of sports medicine can be very rewarding; however, it can also be challenging. Being in the Student Athletic Training Program is a big time commitment and it will require hard work, determination, self-discipline, teamwork, and responsibility. All SATs are expected to show up for practices and games of their assigned sports, and assist the Athletic Trainers when needed. In our program, education comes first, and we are always willing to work with our students if they are struggling to meet the demands of the program while staying on top of their grades. Students in this program are held to the same standard expected of our student-athletes and will adhere to the Taylor ISD Athletic Policy. 
    All of our student athletic trainer are expected to take the Sports Medicine class, which will help them learn about the athletic training profession, relevant anatomy and physiology, recognize injuries, and learn taping/wrapping techniques. All students interested in participating in the program will be required to take the Sports Medicine class starting in the fall of the 2023-2024 school year. 
    Ms. Taylor Huffman
    Mr. Anthony Rabaey
  • Meet your 2022-23 Student Athletic Trainers!
    Seniors: Adyson Coffman, Aliyana Chavis, Ty'Shauna Shaw
    Juniors: Myah Leal and Olivianne Valadez
    Sophomores: Allie O'Dell, Zoe Moore
    Freshmen: Roman Capetillo