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The forms, the rules, the info - everything you need to make sure you can play
Before you can play, here's what you need to do.
View season beginning and end dates, according to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
Fees help pay for your team. If you and your brothers ans sisters are on multiple teams, there are caps to the amount you'll owe.
Want to pay your fees online?
More athletic programs information
Get driving directions to games at locations in the KingCo league.
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Lake Washington School District holds high expectations for its student athletes.
Eligibility requirements must be met before a student may participate in an Lake Washington School District athletic program.
All the forms you'll need for athletic participation in one place.
Contact your school athletic program staff to find out the specific information you need.
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