Athletics Registration


Interscholastic athletics provides an opportunity for students to participate in the total educational experience. What you do to succeed in sport reflects what you need to succeed in life. Sport and life are connected because good character matters in both. Sportsmanship, fair play and respect are all components of character. Practicing sportsmanship means practicing an attitude of respect. Respect is given not just for success or failure but for effort, attitude, and how you treat others. After the game is over, how you played the game with dignity will long be remembered as your success as a person.

***Click below to register for 2023-2024***

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Sports Offered: Fall | Winter | Spring



If any of these requirements are not met the student will not be able to participate in tryouts, practices or games.

Sports Registration: The parents/guardians are responsible for filling out this form completely and ensuring that any and all medical information concerning your child’s health, medical concerns, injuries, medications and allergies are reported to the Athletic Department, Athletic Trainer and coaches.

Physical Exam: A physical examination is required of all athletes prior to the first practice/tryout. Physical exams must be less than one year old and done by a physician (medical doctor, primary care physician). Drop in the Athletic Office.  

Health History Form: All athletes will need a Health History Form filled out and turned in to the Athletic Office with their physical exam.

Student Athlete Handbook: The handbook is written to help you better understand and appreciate the purpose and goals of the athletic program at Winnacunnet High School. Please read the handbook carefully and make sure you understand the commitment you are about to make. There is a link to the handbook on FamilyID and it must be signed electronically before you are eligible to participate in any sport.

Athletic Contract: There is a link to the Winnacunnet High School Athletic Contract on the Sports Registration page and it must be signed electronically before you are eligible to participate in any sport.

Scholastic Standing: The Winnacunnet High School Academic Eligibility Policy states that a student must pass a minimum of FIVE courses in the trimester immediately preceding the respective athletic season. IF the season spans two trimesters, the student must remain eligible based on the grades received during the subsequent marking period. Only courses that award credits count toward eligibility.

All incoming freshman are immediately academically eligible for interscholastic participation in athletics for the FALL season.


Aaron Abood
Director of Athletics


Heather Ziolkowski
Administrative Assistant


Katherine Button
Athletic Trainer


Affiliations & Accreditation
NHIAA Division I and II

Year Founded