Fan Code of Conduct

Fan Code of Conduct

Colton High School, in association with the California Interscholastic Federation- Southern Section promotes interscholastic events and sportsmanship.  Sportsmanship is an essential part of any athletic competition and is expected from athletes, coaches, officials and fans.  As a fan/spectator (student or adult) of Colton High School we want you to be an example of positive encouragement while supporting our athletes, coaches and officials.  Our behavior should be positive, respectful and encouraging of the athletes, coaches, officials and the game.

Colton Encourages:

  • Enthusiastic support of your team
  • Good sportsmanship
  • Family friendly atmosphere
  • Commitment to safety
  • Welcoming attitude to all fans and visitors

Unacceptable Behaviors:

  • Disruptive, unruly, or intoxicated behavior
  • Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures
  • Rudeness to fellow fans or Heritage Hills personnel
  • Use of alcohol or tobacco at Heritage Hills athletic events
  • Visibly intoxicated or disruptive fans
  • Use of artificial noise makers


Fans who display unacceptable behaviors will be subject to sanctions, including refusal of admittance, removal, and arrest.

First Offense- The spectator will schedule a meeting with the athletic director with resulting action that may include removal from the next two home athletic contests of the same sport.  A letter will be sent by the athletic director and principal to the spectator in question notifying them of the ejection and the dates of ejection.

Second Offense-The spectator will be removed from all home athletic contest and other school events and activities for the remainder of the school year of infraction.  A letter of ejection will be sent from the office of the Principal notifying the spectator of the remainder of the school year ejection.

Third Offense- The spectator will be removed from all home Colton High School athletic contests and other school events and activities for a two year period.  A letter of ejection will be sent from the office of the Superintendent notifying the spectator of the ejection.

Any athletic official, including but not limited to, contest officials, athletic director, principal, assistant principals, game site supervisors and anyone else in an administrative role on the site, may uphold enforcement of an ejection.

While the Fan Code of Conduct encompasses behavior expectations and consequences for both student and adult fans, Colton administrators may apply further consequences to a student ejected from a contest due to the student violating the Student Handbook.