A "sign-up" packet must be completed before participation begins. Packets for each school year are available in August prior to the start of school.

Participation Fees
Participation fees are charged to help with the cost of coaches, advisors, and operational expenses:
  • $50 for each activity, reduced to $35 for students qualifying for a free or reduced-price lunch.
  • $75 for each sport, reduced to $60 for students qualifying for a free or reduced-price lunch.
  • $35 for an annual ASB Card.
Parents/guardians are welcome to use e-Funds for Schools® to make credit/debit card or checking account payments for all student fees.

Physical Exam
To be eligible to participate in athletic activities, each student must have written evidence of a current physical examination.

Activity Code of Ethics
  • Athletic Activities


    Ticket Prices
    Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, admission prices for home games are:

    $6.00 – Adults
    FREE – Senior citizens 62 or older

    $6.00 – All grades 6-12 students without an ASB card
    $4.00 – Visiting students, grades 6-12 with ASB card
    FREE – Coupeville students, grades 6-12 with ASB card, seniors 62+
    $4.00 – All children in grades K-5
    FREE – Preschool children with adult

    $15.00 – Family rate for 1 parent + 4 children OR 2 parents + 2 children
    $40.00 – Ten-Event Ticket

    Coupeville Athletic Calendar

  • Leadership Activities

    Associated Student Body Executive Board (no fee to participate)
    Students in grades 9-12 are elected by their peers to serve on the ASB Executive Board.
    Advisor: Erin Broten

    Cheer/Spirit Team (Fall and Winter)
    Participating students generate enthusiasm throughout the school and at athletic events.
    Winter Advisor: Emily Stevens

  • Academic / Performing Arts Activities

    Following auditions, students participate in rehearsals and public presentation of a drama production. Two seasons of high school drama are offered.
    Advisor: Stefanie Ask

    Jazz Band
    Jazz Band is offered as a “before school” activity. The Jazz Band performs at concerts and other events.
    Advisor: Jamar Jenkins

    National History Day
    Coupeville has a strong reputation within the National History Day competition circuit. Students use a variety of resources to research their chosen topic and presentation format, in preparation for regional, state and national competition.

    Coupeville’s most recent National History Day winner is Heni Barnes, who took first place for her individual documentary “Striking a Turning Point: The 1917 Pacific Northwest Lumber Strike.”.

    Advisor: Erin Straub

    National Honor Society
    Students must meet membership qualifications to participate. National Honor Society students volunteer their time as tutors and helpers for school and youth-related community events.
    Advisor: Colleen Fox

    Science Olympiad
    Science Olympiad functions much like an athletic team, requiring preparation, commitment, coaching and practice throughout the year. Students  cross-train for a variety of events in their skill set and up to 15 students may participate in regional, state, and national tournaments. Please check out this website for more information ~ Coupeville Science Olympiad
    Advisor: Susan Rogers

  • Clubs

    Gay-Straight Alliance Club
    This club is open to all students, and serves as a support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and questioning students.
    Advisor: Tacy Bigelow


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