Skyline athletes will be exemplary academically as well as athletically, will be leaders in the school community, and will improve the culture of the school through the lessons learned on the field.
Skyline Athletics Core Covenants
Spring Sports Parent Night!March 6th @ 6:30pmSpartan Gym
Game Day and Ticketing
ISD High School Sports
NCAA Eligibility Info
Sammamish Reporter Sports
Seattle Times HS Sports
Financial Aid Form
Open Gym Permission
Skyline PE Waiver
Athletes must have passed all classes of the previous term with a 2.0 GPA. Any NC and/or U grades will be factored into the GPA computations as an F in that subject. Students not meeting the 2.0 GPA WILL be placed on academic probation for the first three weeks of contests. Students who meet the 2.0 GPA criteria but who do not pass all classes will be put on two weeks probation. During probation an athlete may practice with the team but not participate in contests. Probation weeks will include any break during which a team is competing. At the end of the probation period grades in all classes will be checked. If an athlete is passing all classes at this time with a 2.0 GPA s/he will be off probation. If the grades are still deficient the student will be placed on second two-week probation. If a student completes a third probation without rectifying the situation s/he is ineligible for the rest of the season. In order to maintain athletic eligibility during the current semester, a student shall maintain passing grades in all subjects with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Students who are not passing all classes or fall below the required 2.0 GPA during the season will be placed on academic probation for two weeks of contests.
Athletic Director: Brent KawaguchiPhone (425) 837-7748Fax: (425) 837-7763
Athletic Secretary: Julie SpeyerPhone (425) 837-7737
Athletic Trainer: Megan SwartzPhone (425) 837-7896
Fall CoachesWinter CoachesSpring Coaches
Skyline is offering Strength & Conditioning by Elevated Sports Performance. For more information contact Nick Beauchamp at email@example.com
Sports Fees: $200 per sport, per student annual maximum of $400 ASB Fee: $55.
Note: Once you have paid sports fee & if you are cut from a team that makes cut, then we will automatically process a refund back to you either by a check from our district or back to you credit card, if you paid on line by credit card. Please allow a few weeks for the refund.
Financial Aid Forms for Sports: Click here
The Athletic Registration process for the 2017-2018 school year requires you to register online AND submit documents in person to the Bookkeeper and Athletic Secretary. Online registration for SPRING SPORTS will be available starting January 29th, 2018.
From February 1st through February 15th, forms can be turned in during lunches and after school, the Bookkeeper and Athletic Secretary will accept the required documents to complete the Athletic Registration process. All forms MUST be turned in by Thursday, February 15th for all spring sports. All spring sports start on Monday, February 26th 2018! Forms will NOT be accepted on Friday, February 16th or on Monday February 26th!
Click here to begin the on-line portion of the registration process. Please note you will need your Family Access Login of the first Parent/Guardian and a printer as some forms need to be printed out and brought to the bookkeeping & athletic office at your school to complete the process. Refer HERE for deadlines and dates and times the athletic office will be open to process registrations. If you do not know your username or password or it’s not working, go to Family Access and click on “Forgot you Login/Password” You should then receive an e-mail to reset your password from Family Access. You then need to wait until the next day to try again before trying to log in again to the Athletic Gateway Registration System.
For incoming freshmen, the physical must be dated June 1st, 2017 or later. For ALL athletes, District policy states that ANNUAL sports physicals are required & good for one calendar year only and cannot expire before the end of post-season events for the season in which you are participating.
At the time of registration, you must present a physical that meets these requirements. If your son/daughter already participated in a sport during the current school year & a physical was turned in during that season, as long as it doesn’t expire before the post season of the sport, another physical will not need to be turned in again!
*ONLY SIGNED & DATED ORIGINAL SPORTS PHYSICAL WILL BE ACCEPTED*
MAKE COPIES OF THE PHYSICAL AND RETAIN FOR YOUR RECORDS!
Click here for current year’s sports physical form.
Click here for a list of places to get a physical done
New Student Athletes
Any new student to the Issaquah School District (Issaquah), private school or home school students must first be cleared & registered through the schools registrar in the counseling office prior to registering for sports! The clearance process may take anywhere from 24-48 hours to be cleared & entered in our system! This must be done prior to starting the online registration process so please plan accordingly! All private school, home school, and running start students must PROVIDE CURRENT TRANSCRIPTS in order to complete the grade verification process for initial athletic registration. After you have been cleared by the school registrar and are listed in the school’s system, in order to be "CLEARED/ELIGIBLE," The online registration, plus any additional required forms MUST be submitted to the Bookkeeping office first & then the Athletic Department office during the open registration periods both are located in the SHS commons. All Running Start students must fill out the : Running Start Form All "home-school" students must fill out the: Homebased Educational Form
Concussion Protocol and Return to Play Procedures:
Please go to our Sports Medicine website HERE for concussion information.