Athletics & Activities


Updated Oct. 22, 2020

From the week of Nov. 2 to Thanksgiving break, high school students and coaches may voluntarily participate in outdoor conditioning activities.

Sports-specific pre-practice will follow, from the week of Nov. 30 until Dec. 18. The next Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) modified sports season for the 2020-21 school year begins Dec. 28, and includes girls bowling, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls wrestling and boys swimming.

High school students must register online and have an up-to-date physical to participate.

In keeping with WIAA guidelines, middle school sports are tentatively scheduled to happen second semester. Specific offerings are not yet determined.

Physical Exams

Make sure you have a valid physical exam form on file with the school. If you think you’ll need a physical exam before activities start, schedule one soon!

Your child has opportunities to join a wide range of school-sponsored activities. Many studies show that activities like sports and clubs can positively affect your child both inside and outside the classroom. 

Research has linked participation in activities with higher grades and graduation rates. Students build skills, develop habits, make friends and gain mentors that can boost their self-esteem and help them say “no” to risky behaviors. Colleges also tend to prefer students who connect with school through outside activities.  

Explore the clubs, sports and other activities your school has to offer!


All student athletes must register and meet certain standards. Visit our athletic eligibility  page to learn more.

Questions about sports? Please contact your school's athletic director:


Want to know more about the clubs your school has? Contact your school’s activities coordinator: