Florence High School senior, Glenn Berry knows his team can travel up to 85 miles for a conference opponent all the way in White Lake.
"95% of the time we have away games," said Berry.
With that long road trip, sometimes students have to leave school early to make the event. How do students deal with that missed time?
"We structure our days so there's a study hall at the end of the day and students don't miss as much instructional time," said Florence 7-12 Principal, Brandon Jerue.
Spring can be a more difficult sports season than winter.
"With track, baseball, softball, those students miss more so we try and sometimes structure our day to have those afternoon classes in the morning so they don't miss the same classes all the time," said Jerue.
Any missed classes or tests are up to the student to make up.
"I have to ask the teacher for the homework beforehand and then it's due the next day, there's no exceptions for a student athlete," said Berry.
The school doesn't see any athletes falling behind because of the missed classes.
"Generally student athletes stay on top of their responsibilities, academically and athletically," said Jerue.
The students athletes do sometimes fall behind on sleep though. Because of the long drives, Florence allows them to sleep in a little the next morning.
"Athletes have to be in by 10 o'clock no matter what, if they're to participate in practice or contest that evening," added Jerue.