Sports Medicine

Amanda Andrews is the athletic trainer for Life School Oak Cliff. Amanda is nationally certified and Licensed in the State of Texas. Amanda has been an athletic trainer for 13 years and has worked with middle school through college athletes in a variety of sports and settings.


Athletic Training Room hours are before school @715. The Athletic Training Room and lab is located in S5B.
Injuries should be reported directly to the Athletic Trainer or to coaches that should email/call the athletic trainer. It is the student athletes responsibility to follow up during morning evaluation/treatments/rehab time. Any student that does not report injury during morning evaluation/treatment/rehab time is responsible to report to coaches as normal.
*If injury is life threatening or severe, report to ER or call 911
Life School utilizes Rank One to turn in liability waivers, UIL forms and track injuries. Life School requires that each athlete submit to a baseline ImPACT test that is used as a tool to determine concussion severity, if such injury is sustained. These tests are administered to all incoming 7th graders and new athletes to the district and re-administered every two years. The test is scheduled, monitored, and reviewed by the athletic trainer and concussion oversight team following the guidelines set forth by the state of Texas and UIL. More information can be found HERE.
Should you have any questions, please email Amanda Andrews at