Skyline Athletics Mission

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


Skyline Athletics Announcements

Please stay tuned to this page for updates. GO SPARTANS!

Athletic Resources

Athletic Handbook

Booster Club

Final Forms

Game Day and Ticketing

ISD High School Sports

ISD High School Sports Registration Information

NCAA Eligibility Info

Sammamish Reporter Sports

Seattle Times HS Sports

Sports Schedules


Athletic Forms

Financial Aid Form

Open Gym Permission

Skyline PE Waiver

Physical Form

Transportation Forms

Volunteer Paperwork

Athletic Eligibility

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.


Spartan Logo - Honor, Pride, Scholarship, Integrity, ExcellenceAthletic Director: Brent Kawaguchi
Phone (425) 837-7748
Fax: (425) 837-7763

Athletic Coordinator: Marie Werbel
Phone (425) 837-7737

Athletic Trainer: Megan Swartz
Phone (425) 837-7896

Athletic Trainer:  Cheryl T. Reed

Coaches Contact Information

Fall Coaches
Winter Coaches
Spring Coaches

Welcome to the new home of Skyline Athletics!

Please click here to find out information and schedules for your favorite teams!  Disclaimer:  Coaches have the most updated schedules, so please check with them for accuracy.  Go Spartans!


Home Game Attendance requirements:

1)  RSVP to google form invite is required for entry (you will receive the link via Final Forms)

2)  Health Attestation completed on day-of-event -- verification by screen shot or printed paper attestation



Spectator Expectations and Policies for Season 3—Spring

These policies and expectations are subject to change.

  • Parents/guardians will be required to follow our state and local COVID protocols by sitting six feet or more away from others and by wearing a face mask at all times.
  • Four parents/guardians will be allowed for each team member at each level for home soccer and track and field contests.
  • Two parents/guardians will be allowed for each team member for away contests at Liberty and Issaquah only.  Currently, there are no visitor spectators allowed at Hazen High School and Mt. Si High School.
  • Please RSVP using the forms that will be sent to you each week. 
  •  Please use this Visitor attestation.  Complete an attestationand be able to show it was completed to event staff. 

  • Parents and guardians can complete an attestation before entering the facility. The attestation email confirmation will be their “ticket” and there will be no fee. Paper attestation forms are also available.  Temperatures will be taken for all spectators.
  • Attestation rules apply for spectators at Soccer and Track and Field because of their enclosed contest venues and squad sizes. 
  • In some instances, we will abide by the rules of the facility we rent. This may mean that no parent/guardian spectators are allowed in some facilities/events.
  • Anyone who does not abide by these guidelines will not be allowed to attend.
  • If anyone refuses to follow the guidelines once they have entered, they will be asked to leave.
  • If after attending a contest and you discover you test positive for Covid-19 or have had a potential exposure, please contact the Athletic Director as soon as possible.

    Sport Specific Rules for Spring:

  • Baseball, Fastpitch, Tennis and Discus - Please use masks and social distancing, unless sitting with individuals from the same household.  You may need to bring folding chairs to sit along the fence lines. While attending Baseball, Fastpitch and Tennis contests, please stay back from the fences by four feet.  No attestation will occur.


  • Students will be sent an RSVP through Canvas prior to varsity soccer and track and field meets on the day of the contests and will be open from 6:00 AM to noon.  Up to 25 students will be informed by email if they have been chosen to attend prior to the event.  Stamps from school attendance that day will serve as your attestation.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we do our utmost to provide some form of spectator attendance at contests.



**Update: New statement from the KingCo Conference 1/14/21

The KingCo Conference has made the determination that while the WIAA has announced Season 1 sports beginning on February 1,  KingCo schools will not be starting our sports seasons on that date. The KingCo Athletic Directors, in concert with the KingCo Principals and the KingCo Board of Directors, are in the process of developing a plan for sport participation opportunities to begin on March 1, 2021, as conditions and regional metrics allow.


ISD Athletics Return to Participation Plan 3.0 2.4.21


ISD Athletics Return to Participation Plan 2.0_1-16-21


ISD Athletics Return to Participation Plan 2020-2021


Start and End Date for Athletics 2020-21 as of 1/21/2020

All Date Subject to Change


Fall – March 1 –  April 3 / Football 2/24-4/3

Winter – April 5 - May 8  / Gymnastics 3/29-5/8

Spring – May 3 – June 12



Concussion Protocol and Return to Play Procedures:

Please go to our Sports Medicine website for concussion information.