Our Mission

The Canton Athletic Booster Club was created to promote athletic programs, increase community interest, recognize the endeavors and achievements of teams and individual athletes, encourages team building and the spirit of giving back to the community.

 

Fundraising efforts enable the club to fund scholarships to graduating seniors in athletics. The club also purchases items to enhance all athletic teams at Canton High School and Middle School. This involvement consists of both volunteers and the financial support required to foster the development of our student-athletes and to maintain a high-quality athletic program.

 

Parent membership and involvement is the key to a successful athletic booster club. We ask the parents of every student-athlete to become members. Please see the About Us tab to get you to the Join the Team page become a member. By becoming an active member, you enhance our abilities to provide for all athletic teams and student-athletes.

 

Thank you for your support! 

Lights on Canton auctioning off Canton High School State and Conference Championship Banners!

Canton High School has generously donated 56 beautiful athletic banners which previously hung in the CHS gymnasium. These spans the years 1973-2003 and include basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, tennis, wrestling, cross country, tennis, and field hockey.

Canton Athletics Spirit Week

This is a great community event to cheer on our high school athletes! Come out and meet your neighbors, have some hot chocolate a hamburger and great Canton community spirit. 

Join the Booster Club

Membership is open and free to all parents and family members of current, future and past Warrior athletes, and anyone interested in the school's athletic program.

The Boosters sell concessions at every Canton High School Varsity and JV home game. All the proceeds from the sale of concessions go into a general fund to support every CHS team. Be part of the support for our student athletes by signing up to work the concession for a game or two. 

Lights On Canton, a subcommittee of the Canton Booster Club working to raise $250,000 to install permanent lights at the turf field and track and field complex at Canton High, has received their first major donation. Canton Youth Soccer has donated $5,000 to the committee.

Christy Mitchell, Amy Brown, Chris Weller, Greg Skinner, Jon Webb, and Kimberly Marze are members of the Lights On Canton committee that has a goal of raising $250,000 to install permanent lights at the Canton High School athletic field. (Contributed Photo)

Hearing for Track and Field Lights Set for Nov. 2

CANTON — On Nov. 2, the Planning and Zoning Commission will host a public hearing on permanent lights at the high school track and field facility.

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