Athletics

All students enrolled in Athletics will be charged a one-time a year fee of $275.00. Students who qualify for the National Free Lunch Program shall be exempt from the participation fee. Payment for the participation fee shall be due no later than June 1st. Payment may be made in one of two ways: By cash or check to the campus bookkeeper OR by credit card. To pay by credit card, go to www.eanesisd.net, select “Online Payments,” select the “2017-18 Extracurricular Participation Fee,” select the product, and enter your information. Any student who has not paid the fee by June 1st will be withdrawn from the class requiring the fee and will be placed in another elective class.

All student-athletes enrolled in athletic periods must have the following forms completed and turned in before they will be allowed to participate: UIL Physical Form, UIL Steroid Form, UIL Acknowledgement of Rules Form, UIL Cardiac Form, UIL Con-cussion Form, EISD Information & Liability Form, EISD Emergency Information Card and EISD Athletic Code of Conduct.

All student athletes must be enrolled in the athletic period during the competitive season to compete on UIL teams. Student athletes will not be allowed to participate during off-season workouts unless they are enrolled in the athletic period. Waiver forms are available in the counseling office to petition to waive this requirement for elite athletes who compete at the national and/or international levels.

Note: Participation in UIL competitive athletics is voluntary (not mandatory) and students are subject to being cut from the team. Parents and athletes must recognize catastrophic injuries can occur to the head, brain or spine.


FOOTBALL 9th Grade - AT832A/B*

Credit: 1
Grade: 9
Prerequisite: Coach Approval
Note: *For student that has never taken PE or athletic course

This course is designed for 9th grade UIL participation in competitive athletics. Students will participate in an in-season football program and an off-season program of weight lifting as emphasized by the head football coach. This program is designed to make the athlete stronger in order to prevent injuries. Everyone participating in football must recognize that football is a contact sport and injuries do occur.

Any athlete trying out for this sport before the first day of school must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on file with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate in tryouts. NO EXCEPTIONS.

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 9
VOLLEYBALL Girls 9th Grade - AT830A/B*

Credit: 1
Grade: 9 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student who has never taken a PE or athletic course 

This course is designed for UIL participation in competitive athletics of volleyball. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Students will be required to attend morning workouts during the season. Students will participate in a weight lifting and conditioning program designed by the coach. 

Any athlete trying out for this sport before the first day of school must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on file with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate in try-outs. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 9
BASKETBALL Girls 9th Grade - AT831A/B*

Credit: 1
Grade: 9 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student who has never taken a PE or athletic course

This course is designed for 9th grade UIL participation in competitive basketball. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 9
BASKETBALL Boys 9th Grade AT833A/B*

Credit: 1
Grade: 9 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: For the student who has never taken a PE or athletic course

This course is designed for 9th grade UIL participation in competitive basketball. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Grade 9
CROSS COUNTRY Girls

AT881A/B* 1st Year 
AT041C/D 2nd Year 
AT041E/F 3rd Year 
AT041G/H 4th Year 

Credit: .5-1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 

This course designed for competitive distance runners. Fall semester is our Cross Country season and is a no cut sport provided participation and effort expectations are met. The Cross Country season begins on July 30th and attendance is an expectation of enrollment. Spring semester is designed exclusively for distance runners on the track team. The cut times are as allows for the Spring semester – 1600m run – Freshmen 6:30, Sophomores 6:20, Juniors 6:15, and Seniors 6:10. 

These courses involve daily participation on a mixture of road work, trail running, interval training, and weight training. To participate on the Cross Country team, students are required to attend all practices and participate in all meets beginning July 30th. Any athlete participating must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on record with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate. NO EXCEP-TIONS. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
CROSS COUNTRY Boys

AT892A/B* 1st Year
AT077C/D 2nd Year 
AT077E/F 3rd Year 
AT077G/H 4th Year 

Credit: .5-1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 

This course designed for competitive distance runners. Fall semester is our Cross Country season and is a no cut sport provided participation and effort expectations are met. The Cross Country season begins on July 30th and attendance is an expectation of enrollment. Spring semester is designed exclusively for distance runners on the track team. The cut times are as allows for the Spring semester – 1600m run – Freshmen 6:00, Sophomores 5:40, Juniors 5:30, and Seniors 5:20. These courses involve daily participation on a mixture of road work, trail running, interval training, and weight training. To participate on the Cross Country team, students are required to attend all practices and participate in all meets beginning July 30th. Any athlete participating must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on record with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
TRACK Girls

AT886A/B* 1st Year 
AT059C/D 2nd Year 
AT059E/F 3rd Year 
AT059G/H 4th Year 

Credit: .5-1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 

This course is designed exclusively for girls training to compete on the track & field team at the UIL level. The course involves weight training, sprinting, hill running, and training specifically designed for sprinters, hurdlers, jumpers, and throwers. This class is not a fitness class; the training is specifically designed to help our student athletes become stronger and faster. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
TRACK Boys

AT067A/B* 1st Year 
AT067C/D 2nd Year 
AT067E/F 3rd Year 
AT067G/H 4th Year 

Credit: .5-1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
 

This is a course for UIL competitive track and field participants involving training in the sprinting, hurdling, and field events. 

*For the student who has never taken a PE or athletic course 

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
GOLF Boys

AT889A/B* 1st Year 
AT072C/D 2nd Year 
AT072E/F 3rd Year 
AT072G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

Golf is a competitive UIL sport. The athletic period is not designed for the novice golfer. Golfers must provide an extensive resume detailing tournaments played with scores, home course, commendations from their junior high golf coach. Players will be invited to try out based on their resume. Enrollment is contingent upon students making the team. Each player selected to qualify must pass the player ability test. Qualifying scores are as follows: Freshmen 42-44, Sophomores 38-40, Juniors 36-38, Seniors Golf Coach selection only. Once a player has qualified for the team in a given year, he is not guaranteed a spot on the team the following year. Players who do not make the top 13 for district play must resubmit a resume to qualify for the team the following year. 

Try Outs: Upperclassman with stroke averages of 84 or high-er will not be considered for the team. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
GOLF Girls

AT887A/B* 1st Year 
AT062C/D 2nd Year 
AT062E/F 3rd Year 
AT062G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

The girls golf team is designed to develop fundamentals, course management and competitive play in the game of golf to prepare athletes for varsity level UIL regulated tournaments and beyond. Previous participation in golf is mandatory. Athletes in this course are required to participate in team conditioning, team practices, individual practices and tournaments. Athletes should expect to miss at least 4 days of school each semester for tournaments. Non-drivers will need to provide their own transportation to practices. 

Try Outs: Contact the Head Coach for information. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
WRESTLING Boys

AT895A/B* 1st Year 
AT083C/D 2nd Year 
AT083E/F 3rd Year 
AT083G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course is designed for junior varsity and varsity competitive participation in UIL athletics of wrestling. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Wrestlers are subject to a weight lifting and conditioning program designed by the head wrestling coach. The program is designed to make the athlete stronger to prevent injuries. Everyone participating in wrestling must recognize wrestling is a contact sport and injuries do occur. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
WRESTLING Girls

AT086A/B* 1st Year 
AT087C/D 2nd Year 
AT087E/F 3rd Year 
AT087G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course is designed for junior varsity and varsity competitive participation in UIL athletics of wrestling. A freshman team will be added when enough schools in the district have freshman teams. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Wrestlers are subject to a weight lifting and conditioning program designed by the head wrestling coach. The program is designed to make the athlete stronger to prevent injuries. Everyone participating in wrestling must recognize wrestling is a contact sport and injuries do occur. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
SOFTBALL Girls

AT882A/B* 1st Year
AT046C/D 2nd Year 
AT046E/F 3rd Year 
AT046G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course is designed for junior varsity and varsity competitive participation in UIL softball. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. The course consists of physical conditioning, weight lifting, and softball fundamentals. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
SOCCER Girls

AT852A/B* 1st Year
AT026C/D 2nd Year 
AT026E/F 3rd Year 
AT026G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course is for competitive participation in varsity or junior varsity UIL soccer. Enrollment in this class is contingent upon a student’s making the team. Everyone participating in soccer must recognize that soccer is a contact sport and that injuries do occur. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
SOCCER Boys

AT854A/B* 1st Year
AT031C/D 2nd Year 
AT031E/F 3rd Year 
AT031G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 

This course is for students with a desire to play UIL soccer. This course is for highly competitive soccer players; prior competitive playing experience is highly suggested. Everyone participating in soccer must recognize that soccer is a contact sport and that injuries do occur. Enrollment is this class is contingent upon a student’s making the team. Students will be required to attend morning workouts at 7:30 a.m. once teams are made.

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
SWIMMING/DIVING

 

Girls --- Boys 

AT857A/B* 1st Year --- AT858C/D* 1st Year 
AT036C/D 2nd Year --- AT037C/D 2nd Year 
AT036E/F 3rd Year --- AT037E/F 3rd Year 
AT036G/H 4th Year --- AT037G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course will train swimmers/divers (boys and girls) for interscholastic competition. This is a highly competitive team that requires prior competitive swim experience. Participants should be highly motivated and mentally prepared for vigorous daily training. Team members are required to attend daily swim practice during the athletic period, as well as weight room and dry land exercises. Practices will be held off campus, either before or after school based on pool availability. Transportation is NOT provided to the pool or to school. 

Swimmers choosing to swim both “club” and high school will be required to attend practice once per week, and submit a Swim Release Waiver signed by a parent. Swimmers who make the team are required to attend all swim meets unless prior arrangements are made with the coach. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
TENNIS JUNIOR VARSITY

AT884A/B* 1st Year 
AT884C/D 2nd Year 
AT884E/F 3rd Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-11 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course, open to both boys and girls, is designed for junior varsity competitive participation in UIL tennis. Tryouts are mandatory. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Tennis players will participate in a weight lifting program that is designed to make athletes stronger, in order to prevent injuries. 

Any athlete trying out for this sport before the first day of school must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on file with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate in try-outs. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
TENNIS VARSITY

AT054A/B* 1st Year
AT054C/D 2nd year 
AT885E/F 3rd Year 
AT885G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

Tennis is open to both boys and girls and is designed for varsity competitive participation in UIL tennis. Tryouts are mandatory. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Tennis players will participate in a weight lifting program that is designed to make athletes stronger, in order to prevent injuries. 

Any athlete trying out for this sport before the first day of school must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on file with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate in try-outs. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
BASKETBALL Girls

AT831A/B* 1st Year 
AT011C/D 2nd Year 
AT011E/F 3rd Year 
AT011G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletic course. 

This course is designed for junior varsity and varsity competitive participation in UIL athletics of basketball. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Students will participate in a weight lifting conditioning program. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
BASKETBALL Boys

AT016A/B* 1st Year 
AT016C/D 2nd Year 
AT016E/F 3rd Year 
AT016G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course is designed for junior varsity and varsity competitive participation in UIL basketball. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
VOLLEYBALL

AT001A/B* 1st Year 
AT001C/D 2nd Year 
AT001E/F 3rd Year 
AT001G 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course is designed for junior varsity and varsity competitive participation in UIL athletics of volleyball. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Students will participate in a weight lifting and conditioning program designed by the coach. 

Any athlete trying out for this sport before the first day of school must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on file with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate in try-outs. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
FOOTBALL

AT021A/B* 1st Year 
AT021C/D 2nd Year 
AT021E/F 3rd Year 
AT021G 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This course is designed for students competitive participation in UIL athletics of football. Students will participate in an off-season program when not involved in competition. Football players are subject to a weight lifting program designed by the head football coach. This program is designed to make the athlete stronger in order to prevent injuries. Everyone participating in football must recognize that football is a contact sport and injuries do occur. 

Any athlete trying out for this sport before the first day of school must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on file with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate in try-outs. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
BASEBALL

AT837A/B* 1st Year 
AT006C/D 2nd Year 
AT006E/F 3rd Year 
AT006G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Coach Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

This is a course to prepare students for competitive UIL inter-school baseball contests. This course consists of conditioning, weight training, and baseball fundamentals. Students must go through the first phase of a two-phase tryout process to re-main in the class. Evaluations for the first phase will encompass the first 8 days. Those not passing the first phase will be given the opportunity to try-out for the second phase in the spring semester after school. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
CHEERLEADER

PE879A/B* 1st Year 
PE880C/D 2nd Year 
PE881E/F 3rd Year 
PE881G/H 4th Year 

Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Must participate in Cheerleader tryouts 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

Westlake High School cheerleaders promote participation in and support for all athletic teams. This course will be required for all students who have been elected to the Freshman, Junior Varsity, or Varsity cheerleading squads. In addition, practices will be held after school during the Fall and Spring semesters. A student may not be registered for cheerleader and another athletic class during the same semester. A summer camp activity is part of the cheerleading program. Any athlete trying out for this sport before the first day of school must have a current UIL Physical Form completed and on file with the athletic trainers or coach before they will be allowed to participate in tryouts, no exceptions. 

  • Credit: 1
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9
ATHLETIC TRAINING

AT100A/B* ATH TRAIN 1st Year 
AT100C/D ATH TRAIN 2nd Year 
AT100E/F ATH TRAIN 3rd Year 
AT100G/H ATH TRAIN 4th Year 

Credit: .5-1
Grade: 9-12 
Prerequisite: Trainer Approval 
Note: *For the student that has never taken a PE or athletics course. 

Athletic Training is one of the fastest growing professions. As athletic trainers, we evaluate, assess, rehabilitate, and prevent athletic injuries. Our job is to keep athletes in the game. This course is designed for students interested in becoming a student athletic trainer for our Westlake High School athletic teams. This course will introduce the student to the day to day routine performed in the Athletic Training Room, as well as basic skills. Such skills will include injury care, preventions, and rehabilitation. An application will be required, as well as two letters of recommendation. Enrollment is by teacher approval only. 

*** This does not qualify for the state PE credit requirement ***** 

  • Credit: 1
  • Credit: .5
  • Fee
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Grade 9





Filter Courses

All student-athletes enrolled in athletic periods must have the following forms completed and turned in before they will be allowed to participate:

*UIL Physical Form

*UIL Steroid Form

*UIL Acknowledgement of Rules Form

*UIL Concussion Form

*UIL Cardiac Form

*EISD Information & Liability Form

*EISD Emergency Information Card

*EISD Athletic Code of Conduct