High School Athletics

Athletic Director: Paul Huddleston

 In order for athletes to be eligible, they must meet the following criteria:

  1. ASB Card ($25)
  2. Participation Fee ($75)
  3. Registration on our Family ID website (see link below)
  4. Current physical (athlete, parent and physician signature required)
  5. Proof of insurance
  6. Scholastic and WIAA eligibility (see athletic handbook)
  7. All past due items must be cleared

We offer online registration for our athletes through Family ID
(see athletic registration instructions download below).





Pay for your participation fee, asb card or outstanding fees by clicking here.

Athletes can't practice without meeting the above conditions 

For GSHL 2A Standings, Schedules and Playoff information, go to 2agshl.com. You can also go to Eli Sports Network and  the District IV website for league and district information.

We are a PCA School. To learn more about PCA and to find tools that you can use with your athlete at home, download the "12 week talking points" attachment from the bottom of this page.

Probation contracts and study hall sheets can be downloaded at the bottom of the page as well.

Time to sign up for summer athletics!

Just click on the Family ID logo above and sign up for the sports you want to play this summer. Fees vary by program (if at all) and you do not pay through Family ID. Call the office if you have questions. 


We offer annual sports passes good for all home events (ms and hs). Families are $100 (parents + children 18 and under) and individuals are $50. If you go to a lot of home events, this is a great way to save some money - inquire at the WHS main office. We also offer an annual senior pass (62 and over) for only $10.

School and Team Pages

Sign up to follow us on Facebook (Woodland High School Athletics, Girls' Basketball, Boys' Golf) and Twitter (WHS Beavers), and our wrestling program has their own web page Wrestling.

Concussion Awareness

With the passage of the Lystedt Law in 2009, an emphasis was placed on concussion awareness in athletics. The following video does a great job of explaining concussions. Concussion Video

College Sports

If you aspire to participate in college athletics at the Division I or II level, you must acquaint yourself with the NCAA website at http://www.eligibilitycenter.org/. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) governs athletic eligibility at colleges and universities offering athletic scholarships. On the website you will find an explanation of the eligibility requirements under NCAA rules. Participation in college athletics requires excellence in the classroom as well as in your sport. Download the forms below to learn more and track your academic progress beginning with your freshman year.


You can download important information and necessary forms from our Forms page.

Attached Files:
12 week talking points.pdf 98KB application/pdf
2017-2018_NCAA College Bound.pdf 3MB application/pdf
Competing Beyond High School.pdf 64KB application/pdf
NCAA Initial Eligibility Worksheets.pdf 134KB application/pdf
probation agreement - whs.doc 90KB application/msword
SCAT2 Concussion Assessment Sheet.pdf 355KB application/pdf
STUDY HALL FOR PROBATIONARY ATHLETES - whs.doc 88KB application/msword
The Woodland Way.pdf 284KB application/pdf
WHS Athletic Registration.pdf 258KB application/pdf
WSD Athletic Handbook 2017-18.pdf 628KB application/pdf
wsd youth camp registration form 2018.pdf 232KB application/pdf