Hemophilia is a hereditary bleeding disorder largely affecting males. It results in prolonged bleeding due to difficulty with blood clotting. Hemophiliacs commonly bleed from the mouth, nose, joint or muscle, superficial bruising, and lacerations. All head injuries should be considered serious due to the risk of a brain hemorrhage. It is important to seek medical attention and contact the parents or guardians immediately. Neck injuries require attention because bleeding can block the airway resulting in difficulty breathing or swallowing. For neck bleeding, it is advised to seek immediate medical attention and contact the parents or guardians. Chest injuries require immediate medical attention and contact of parents or guardians. Additionally, abdominal injuries require immediate medical attention and contact of parents of guardians due to the potential injury of vital organs. Most bleeds are normal and emergencies are rare. A child with hemophilia should take part in regular physical activities that will keep bones and muscles strong. After a student with hemophilia has suffered an injury or bleed, he/she should not continue to participate until the injury is completely recovered. Students with hemophilia should avoid high contact sports such as football, rugby, boxing, and soccer.