Amy Lepire

Amy Lepire

Head Athletic Trainer, Oregon City High School

Originally from Aurora Oregon, Amy graduated Suma Cum Laude from George Fox University with her BS in Athletic Training in 2013. In 2015, she received her MS in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Lock Haven University. Amy is an Oregon Licensed Athletic Trainer and is a member of the Board of Certification (BOC), National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA), and the Oregon Athletic Trainers Society (OATS). She is also a Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP).

Amy was a four-time varsity softball letterman and received several 1st team honors along the way, including the 4A conference Player of the Year as a junior. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, running, playing softball, camping, and other outside activities. She also loves a good movie; her favorite is Remember the Titans.

We are excited to have Amy join our team this year as she continues her work with the athletes at Oregon City High School.


  • National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)
  • Oregon Athletic Trainers Association (OATS)
  • Licensed Oregon Athletic Trainer
  • Board Of Certification (BOC)
  • Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP)

Blog Posts written by Amy Lepire

The Ultimate Fall Bucket List Challenge

Anyone else get the “Fall Blues”? That feeling of sadness or boredom that usually comes with the rainy weather of fall? Now, I love summer – you get to do so much and enjoy the outdoors – it’s everything I love and is easily my favorite season. While I enjoy watching the trees change colors and the cool crisp air move in, it is saddening to know that summer is ending. Even though the season is changing and school is starting, that doesn’t mean all the fun has to end!

Behind the Lights: A Day With Amy - Oregon City High School's Athletic Trainer

How long have you been an Athletic Trainer? What type of education does one need to become and Athletic Trainer? I have been a Certified Athletic Trainer since 2013 and have been working at Oregon City High School since the fall of 2013. Currently, to become a Certified Athletic Trainer one must have a Bachelor’s degree. However, certification requirements are changing and soon you will need a minimum of a Graduate degree to be a Certified Athletic Trainer.

Back to School Sports: Communicating With Your Athletic Trainer

School sports are back in session. During the course of a season, 90 percent of student-athletes will report some type of injury. Is there a way to make sports safer? Yes, there is. There is a member of the athletic team that is a great resource for the injured athlete – the Athletic Trainer. The Athletic Trainer (AT) is a medical professional trained as a first responder, educated in the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of sports related injuries and concussions. They are the first resource for the athlete and parent to gain information about their injury.