AMHS competes in the WESCO 2A/3A league for all sports except Football. Football competes in the Northwest Conference Sky Division.
WESCO 2A/3A SCHOOLS
- Mountlake Terrace
- Oak Harbor
- Marysville Pilchuck
NORTHWEST CONFERENCE SKY DIVISION
- Burlington Edison
- Sedro Woolley
NORTHWEST CONFERENCE LAKE DIVISION
- Mountlake Terrace
SPORTS BY SEASON
- Boys & Girls X Country
- Boys Tennis
- Girls Soccer
- Girls Swimming
- Girls Volleyball
- Girls Basketball
- Boys Basketball
- Boys Swimming
- Boys Baseball
- Girls & Boys Track
- Girls Tennis
- Boys Soccer
- Boys Lacrosse
- Girls Golf
- Boys Golf
- Girls Fastpitch Softball
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What sports can I play?
Sports available at AMHS are listed above. Varsity and JV squads are available for most sports. We also have “C” (freshman) teams in some sports. (Note: The WIAA does not allow a student to participate in two sports during the same season.)
Q: How can I sign up and is there a fee?
- To sign-up for athletics, you will need to create a FinalForms account by clicking HERE.
- Once you have created an account, please email Olivia Bonsen at firstname.lastname@example.org if your student has not been issued an AMHS email yet.
- There is a fee of $250 to participate in football and a fee of $200 for all other sports.
- There is also an annual Strength & Conditioning fee of $50 for all teams that participate in team sessions. This will be charged to your school admin/tuition billing account if other arrangements are not made. If you attended summer Strength & Conditioning, you have already paid this fee. Any questions or issues about this fee, please reach out to Coach Jordan James at email@example.com.
Q: What paperwork do I need to fill out?
All required athletic forms will be located in your FinalForms account that you and your student-athletic will need to create.
Physicals are valid for 24 months from the date of the exam and are kept on file in the athletic office until they expire. Please do not wait until the last minute to complete your registration. Missing forms will prohibit student athletes from participating.
Q: Why does football play in a different league?
WESCO partnered with the Northwest conference to form two football specific divisions for all WESCO and Northwest Conference 2A member schools. This was done with the intent to establish competitive balance.