Overview of sports at SMS
Snoqualmie Middle School offers a no-cut athletic program to encourage positive participation for all students. We encourage students to get involved in after-school sports to promote fun, fitness, teamwork and sportsmanship. SMS will follow the Washington State Department of Health guidance for schools' protocols for school safety.
The SMS athletic program is open to all students in the 7th and 8th grades and offers Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Wrestling, Cross Country and Track. Sixth graders may participate in Cross Country, Girls Soccer, Wrestling and Track. SMS participates in league competitions with TFMS, CKMS, as well as Tolt and Islander Middle Schools.
How to sign up for sports - Online registration is required and opens a few weeks before each sports season begins. All students must be registed online before they can attend practice.
Physical: Print this PHYSICAL FORM for your family doctor. No student may practice or compete without a current physical. No exceptions. Physicals last two years and you will upload the physical when you register online for your sport. Physicals for new 6th graders must be dated June 1, 2022 or later.
Participation Fee: $80 per sport. Students also must join ASB ($20 annual fee). Need financial assistance? Participation fees are waived for students enrolled in Free & Reduced Meals and/or the College Bound Scholarship program. Complete this short online form (coming soon) to give parent consent to receive financial assistance for extracurricular activities.
Transportation: One-way buses will be available for away games. Parents will need to arrange for transportation home or indicate other parents that may drive your student, when you sign-up for sports at the link above. Additionally, an activity bus, leaving at 4:35 pm, will take athletes to CVES after practice, arriving at approximately 4:55 pm.
Practices: Practices are held Monday-Thursday, 2:30-4:15 p.m., with no practice on Friday.
Questions? Please contact the SMS Athletic Director Lynn Bradwell. Go Eagles!