Athletic Registration

UPDATE (May 18, 2021): Registration is now open for students in grades 5-11 for middle and high school sports for the 2021-22 school year! If you didn't see it in your email or on our website, you can find more details on our district news announcement.

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Eligibility Requirements 

Please review our athletic requirements:

  • Athletic Code (pdf) 

  • What Parents and Guardians Should Know About CKSD Athletics (pdf) 

  • Fees: We are not collecting fees for participation at this time. Fees may be due upon the start of a sports season. Information about reduced or waived fees will be updated soon. 

  • Insurance: Students must have medical insurance that covers injuries. We do not provide medical insurance for student injuries. However, we do have information about student accident/health insurance that you may purchase.Learn more


We use a service called Final Forms for easy, online registration. Families will be asked to create an account, with options to register more than one student. We ask for:

  • Confirmation that you’ve read our eligibility requirements
  • Basic medical history and health information
  • Insurance company and policy number
  • Doctor, dentist, and medical specialist contact information
  • Hospital preference and contact information

Download registration instructions (pdf) for Final Forms.

High School Sports Information

High School Season 3 Live Stream

We continue to be able to show live streaming of events to many competitions in Season 3. This is free of charge to families who sign up. Learn how to sign up on the NFHS to see CKSD home athletic competitions:

Please note that not all schools in our league have the ability to live stream all events. Construction in the Olympic High School Gym will also not allow for events to be streamed from the OHS Gym at this time. Please stay tuned for any updates to this situation.

High School Eligibility Update

Our athletes must meet high standards of sportsmanship. They must also meet academic and other requirements. Our standards for eligibility are outlined in our athletic code. We require you to read this and other information and electronically sign an acknowledgment when registering for sports.

Students in Central Kitsap Virtual Academy, Running Start or at Barker Creek Community School are also eligible for participation. Please register with your attendance-area school or the school with which you previously competed. For a complete text of this rule and other eligibility rules, please check out the WIAA eligibility website, or contact your school’s athletic director for more information.

UPDATED Phase 3 Spectator Guidelines

Spectator guidance for outdoor and indoor athletic events has changed with the beginning of Kitsap County’s Phase 3 re-opening and updated as of April 19th.

  • All spectators must wear masks at the events and maintain six feet social distancing from other spectators, or from groups of same-household spectators indoors and outdoors.
  • Fans exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms should not attend our events.
  • Outdoor Tennis can accommodate up to 150 spectators (in addition to participants) in our stadiums.
  • Indoor Wrestling and Basketball will not be able to accommodate general admission to the public and admission to these events will be based on family and extended family needs only.
  • Bowling will have limited access as well to spectators for family and extended family of bowlers with no general admission. All Star Lanes is operating at 50% capacity and cannot take on general admission.
  • For all Season 3 athletes and families, please watch for an email from your high school’s athletic director (via FinalForms) for more details.