There are no organized athletic programs provided by the district at the primary school level. Enrichment classes are offered after school and some of them may be an athletic or game type class (e.g. tap dance, yoga, running club, etc.). These classes vary and are short in length. Please check the Community Programs section for organized sports opportunities.
Beginning with the 2011-12 school year, the district will offer a two season "no-cut" intramural sports program to all students in grades 6-8. Emphasis is placed on skill development, sportsmanship, and team play.
Prior to participation, a student must have a current physical form and a signed parent permission slip on file in the office; and the required activity fee must be paid.
Students participating in middle school athletics are expected to display exemplary citizenship at all times. Failure to display appropriate citizenship and sportsmanship may result in loss of playing time and/or expulsion from the athletic program. Students are also expected to maintain defined academic standards. Teachers will monitor student grades, and will communicate with the coaches concerned regarding academic difficulties. The coaching staff will develop plans to aid students in their efforts to meet acceptable standards.
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For other organized sports opportunities (football, soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, lacrosse, volleyball and wrestling) please check the Community Programs section.
Studies have proven over and over again that students who become involved in high school activities/sports programs get better grades, have better attendance and have a better chance for success later in life.
The district currently offers three seasons of athletics to high school students. With a couple of exceptions, most sports programs are "no cut" - there are opportunities through either the school district or community programs for all interested to participate.
Participation in high school athletics is governed by criteria established by the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) and the West Linn-Wilsonville School District. These include having a current physical on file, paying required athletic fees and complying with training and participation rules. Detailed information can be found on the high school websites.
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Boys & Girls Soccer
Boys & Girls Cross-Country
Boys& Girls Basketball
Boys & Girls Track & Field
Boys & Girls Tennis
Boys & Girls Golf
Boys & Girls Lacrosse
In addition to the above sports, there are club sports (e.g. equestrian competition, ice hockey, rugby, skiing, snowboarding), intramural sports (basketball), and other activities-clubs (e.g. cheerleading, disc golf, weight training, running) available to students. Please contact the individual high schools or check their websites for more information.
There are many youth community sports programs available to the West Linn and Wilsonville communities. Most offer recreational and competitive league opportunities. Links to these programs may be found on the West Linn-Wilsonville School District Community Services webpage.