Registration for winter athletic and activities will begin October 1, 2021. It is strongly encouraged to be registered at least one week prior to the start of your activity to be able to participate in tryouts or practices.
Physicals can be emailed, faxed, or brought into the Activities Office.
Anyone that is not registered will not be able to tryout or play on the first day of winter athletics or activities.
Winter Athletic and Activities Opportunities
During the summer many programs offer opportunities for practice. Check in the individual website below or email the Coach/Director.
|Activity||Coach/Director||Start Date||Fall fee||Meeting Date|
|Dance - High Kick & Jazz||Katie Harmeyer||October 25, 2021||$190||
10/7/21 - 6:45 PM
|Girls Hockey||Angel Crowley||November 1, 2021||$190||
|Gymnastics||Abbie Weeks||November 8, 2021||$190|
|Girls Basketball||Megan Kirchenwitz||November 15, 2021||$190|
|Alpine Ski||Scott Melander||November 15, 2021||$190 + lift tix|
|Nordic Ski Racing||Andrew Voegele||November 15, 2021||$190|
|Boys Hockey||Wes Bolin||November 15, 2021||$190||
10/7/21 - 6:45 PM
|Wrestling||Justin Smith||November 22, 2021||$190|
|Boys Basketball||Kent Getzlaff||November 22, 2021||$190||11/8/21 - 6 PM Auditorium|
|Adapted Floor Hockey||Jeff Figlmiller||November 22, 2021||$190|
|Boys Swim and Dive||Connor Smith||November 29, 2021||$190||1/8/21 - 6 PM Auditorium|
|Speech||Suzanne White||Mid November, 2022||$140|
|One Act Play||Jane Froiland||Mid November, 2022||$140|
Woodbury High School has partnered with HomeTown Ticketing to provide digital tickets and passes to all regular season, home athletic events. Fans will be able to purchase and show their tickets or district passes on their phones to get into events. Spectators can avoid the lines at events or the need to have cash at the door.
Fans have two ways of purchasing tickets and passes:
Once in the system, fans can search for Woodbury HS events, purchase and save tickets right on their device. Spectators will receive a unique QR code that will be scanned at the event. Tickets purchased online can also be printed and brought to the event for admittance.
Ticket prices are set by the Suburban East Conference and remain $6 for adults and $4 for students; adult district passes are $60 and student passes cost $40. The district pass does incur processing fees of 2-3 dollars each. Adult passes also include free admittance for one elementary-aged student. Fans purchasing digital tickets and passes will have a small convenience fee added to their purchase. Cash ticket sales will still be available at all venues except for swimming. Senior citizens are free at all athletic events at SoWashCo Schools. Please note that city-owned ice arenas manage their own ticket sales and are not included in this partnership with HomeTown Ticketing.
All new students must enroll to attend South Washington County Schools. In order for a transfer student to participate in Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) sponsored athletics, they must be complete the required transfer paperwork with the Activities Director.
Contact the Activities Office prior to the start of the MSHSL Sport as there is required paperwork for all transfer students to be eligible to participate.
South Washington County Schools will follow the requirements and recommendations of Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) regarding COVID -19 protocol.
Woodbury High School Athena Award Winner
Congratulations to Senior Michelle Yang on being name WHS 2021 Athena Award winner.
Here is the link to the 2021 St. Paul Area Athena Awards Ceremony Livestream on Wednesday April 21st at 11:00am.
It can also be accessed via the Program page on our website.
Congratulations to our Speech Team at the National Speech & Debate Tournament June 14-21, 2021. In order to qualify for the National Speech Tournament, individuals advanced from the district tournament within their state. Minnesota has several districts advancing the four top teams to nationals in each event.
Informative NATIONAL CHAMPION (out of 329): Anneteke Adoga
Impromptu National Finalist, 2nd Place (out of 406): Natalie Freisinger
Poetry National Finalist, 2nd Place (out of 490): Ashley Green
Program Oral Interpretation National Finalist, 4th Place (out of 308): Ben Lu
Program Oral Interpretation Semifinalist, 7th Place (out of 308): Reese Marcus
Program Oral Interpretation Semifinalist, 8th Place (out of 308): Callie Peterson
Commentary Semifinalist (Top 14 out of 308): Minkai Li, Srinath Hariharan
Expository Semifinalist (Top 14 out of 476): Natalie Freisinger
Extemp Quarterfinalist (Top 30 out of 315): Minkai Li, Srinath Hariharan
Informative Quarterfinalist (Top 30 out of 329): Maria Kolb
Informative Double Octafinalist (Top 102 out of 300): Anna Adamson
WHS State Meet Qualifiers:
Ben Lu, Reese Marcus, Nora Welp, Tori Barone, Minkai Li, Anna Adamson, Sarah Zenaye, Anneteke Adoga, Callie Peterso, Ashley Green.
Congratulations to the four students named all state in speech:
Natalie Freisinger, Ashley Green, Ben Lu, Reese Marcus
In order to be named all state in speech, it requires students to be in the top 25% performers during their high school career, do additional activities and qualify to state at least once.