Athletic Eligibility

Our athletes must meet high standards of sportsmanship. They must also meet academic and other requirements. Our standards for eligibility are outlined in our athletic code. We require you read this and other information, as well as fill out and turn in all required forms.

Students in Off Campus, Running Start or our Alternative School programs may also be eligible for participation. Please contact your school's athletic director for more information.

Follow each of the steps on this page to register for our athletics programs.

Step One: Read Eligibility Information

Step Two: Fill Out Eligibility Forms

Please print, fill out and return all forms to your school's athletic director. You can also mail your forms in to:

[Name of Your School]
Attn: Athletics
PO Box 8 
Silverdale, WA 98383

Step Three: Fill Out Forms by Sport

In addition to the eligibility forms, you’ll need to read safety and guidelines and fill out another form for each sport you participate in:

Step Four: Meet Insurance Requirements

To participate in sports, students must have medical insurance that covers injuries. We do not provide medical insurance for student injuries. However, we do have information about student accident/health insurance that you may purchase. Learn more .

Step Five: Pay Fees

Pay Associate Student Body (ASB) and athletic participation fees to our ASB bookkeeper. These funds go directly to the school ASB account to support the cost of athletic programs. 

Students and families who qualify for free or reduced cost meals may request to waive or reduce fees. Please talk to the school athletic director to request a waiver.

Step Six: Maintain Academic Eligibility

To participate in sports, students must pass at least five classes in the previous semester of school. For fall sports, this is the second semester grades from the prior school year. Athletic directors check grades at the beginning of each season. We also check grades every two weeks during each sports season.

We place players on academic probation if they receive an “F” grade or more than one “D” grade. If grades don’t improve by the next grade check, or if other grades dip below requirements during the season, we will place players on academic suspension.

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