High School Athletics and Activities
Requirements for participating in athletics
- Complete required FinalForms registration (including proof of required medical insurance).
- Need Student-Athlete Medical Insurance? Go to: Myers-Stevens & Toohey
- Submit a current sports physical exam (valid for 13 months)
- Maintain your academic eligibility. The best way to stay eligible for athletics is to have a 2.0 GPA or better and pass 5 of 6 classes. For more details read School Board Policy: 2151R Interscholastic Athletics and Activities.
Students attending non-traditional high schools
Tacoma Online students need to contact Student Life at email@example.com to confirm their school of residence before registering for athletics.
Students attending SAMI, SOTA, IDEA, Oakland, homeschool, charter school or another high school equivalent program may be eligible to compete for their resident comprehensive high school. Please contact your resident high school's athletic director.
Homeschool, private and charter school students must be fully enrolled in Tacoma Public Schools to include immunization records and emergency health information.
2023-2024 High School Sports Seasons
|Fall (8/21 - 12/2)||Winter (11/13 - 3/3)||Spring (2/26 - 5/25)|
Lincoln, Mt. Tahoma, Stadium and Silas compete within the 3A classification in the Pierce County League. Foss competes at the 2A level in the South Puget Sound League.
Eligible high school students compete in both the Pierce County League and South Puget Sound League. Our member schools are part of West Central District III and the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA). Our student-athletes have the ability to participate in as many as 21 different athletic offerings at the school level.