Athletics

In-District or Out-Of-District Student Athlete Transfers

Transferring from one high school to another for the sake of participation in athletic program(s) is in violation of the WIAA, and may result in athletic ineligibility for 1 calendar year from the date of violation.

WIAA 18.11.2

A student whose transfer is based on a bona fide change of residence to a new school (district) due to an actual physical relocation of and with the entire family unit to a different residence and preceded by termination of all occupancy of their previous residence.

If you are transferring high schools, either from another district, or within North Kitsap School District and intend to participate in athletics at the varsity level, you may need to appear before the West Central District Eligibility Committee. If an additional hearing date is requested, the cost of the hearing will be the responsibility of the athlete and his/her family.


Contacts

Craig Barry

Ed Call

Matt Stanford

Julie Leslie

Anden Hormann


Athletics Registration and Participation Information

Requirements for Participation in Athletic Programs - PDF

NKSD Athletic Handbook 17-18 - PDF (Required reading)

ImPACT Concussion Baseline Testing - High School student-athletes must take the ImPACT concussion baseline test in order to participate in athletics. This testing is done through the Athletic Medicine program and is good for two years at which point they will have to retake their baseline test.

All students must have medical insurance. More information about medical insurance coverage options click here for English or Spanish.

Sports Specific Safety Guidelines & Consent

Print, sign and return Specific Sports Form to school.

There may be additional requirements specific to a building and a sport that are identified in either the student athletic handbook or the WIAA Handbook. Athletic handbooks are available at all secondary schools and online. The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association may be accessed at www.wiaa.com.