Athletic Department

WW-P Athletics

Kate Dobinson, Athletic Director, HSS and GMS
609-716-5050, extension 7356
Twitter: @WWP_Athletics

Jeff Reilly, Athletic Director, HSN and CMS
609-716-5000, extension 5950
Twitter: @WWP_Athletics

Robin Kerrsecretary, director of athletics, High School South 
609-716-5000, extension 7351

Caryn Lawtonsecretary, director of athletics, High School North
609-716-5000, extension 5157 

District Athletic Trainers: 
Bill Serverson, High School South
Jenna Daily, High School North
Patty Middlemiss, Community and Grover Middle Schools

The WW-P Athletics Program includes the following:  

High School Interscholastic Athletics

Girls sports include soccer, field hockey, tennis, cross-country, volleyball, basketball, swimming, diving, winter track, fencing, softball, spring track, lacrosse, and golf. Boys sports include football, soccer, cross-country, basketball, wrestling, swimming, diving, winter track, ice hockey, fencing, baseball, spring track, tennis, lacrosse, golf, and volleyball. In addition, we offer cheerleading at both high schools. 

West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North and High School South offer a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, including a full athletic program. Any student in grades 9-12 may tryout for our athletic offerings. There are, however, eligibility requirements.  The Board of Education recognizes one of the primary responsibilities of the school system is to educate all students to the maximum levels possible. Although the academic program has first priority, student activities are an important part of the total learning experience. The Board, therefore, has an obligation to provide an opportunity for students to participate in a full range of activities while ensuring that the student's academic program is sufficient to support this participation. Students must pass a minimum of 27.5 credits per year in order to be eligible for participation in athletic activities the following semester. All freshmen are eligible for participation at the beginning of the freshman year; eligibility requirements for freshmen are effective beginning at the end of the first semester.

Once a student has established eligibility for any non-full-year activity, he/she shall not lose this eligibility. Eligibility for activities will be determined on a semester-by-semester basis as follows: Fall and winter activities: Final grade, preceding school year, including as appropriate, summer school grades. Spring activities: First semester of the current school year. Students are cautioned about dropping courses because doing so may affect eligibility.

Middle School Athletics

Grades 6, 7, and 8 students may participate in interscholastic sports that consist of one team per sport. Students also may participate in the intramural program. If you have a question about a middle school sport or the athletics program, please contact the coach or the building principal.

Grades 7 and 8

 Fall Sports: Soccer (Boys and Girls); Field Hockey (Girls); Cross Country (Co-ed)

Winter Sports: Basketball (Boys and Girls); Wrestling (Boys); Cheerleading (Girls).

Spring Sports: Baseball (Boys); Softball (Girls); Track (co-ed for 6-8); Tennis (co-ed); Lacrosse (Boys and Girls). 

Grade 6
Baseball; Cross Country; Boys and Girls Lacrosse; Softball; Track; Wrestling; Cheerleading. 

Requirements include a comprehensive physical examination during the current school year prior to the first practice, and parental permission.

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