Registration - Final Forms

Port Townsend High School and Chimacum High School have combined sports programs. For information about obtaining a physical from the PTHS Health Clinic, Click Here!

Port Townsend High School is hosting the following sports listed below. If you are a PTHS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT, CLICK HERE to register for sports at either school.

Football, Cross Country, Girls Swimming, 

WINTER - Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Cheerleading
SPRING - Track, Golf

Chimacum High School is hosting the following sports listed below. If you are a CHIMACUM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTCLICK HERE to register for sports at either school.

- Volleyball, Girls Soccer, Boys Tennis
WINTER  - Boys Basketball

SPRING - Baseball, Fastpitch, Boys Soccer, Girls Tennis

FYI - Use a non-school email when registering. Student school email accounts will not go through for signing the forms. 


For PTHS Students, fees are paid at the Attendance / ASB Office. All participants must purchase an ASB Card ($30), pay an Athletic User Fee of $75 and a sports fee of $65 for the 1st sport, $60 for the second sport and $55 for the third sport played per year.

For a link to online payment, CLICK HERE.

Eligibility Requirements

SPORTS PHYSICALS:  All athletes are required to have a sports physical on file.  Physicals are good for 2 years (Freshman & Junior year is best time to complete) (See above.)

**Physicals can be done at the PTHS School-Based Health or Jefferson Co. Health Dept. Call for an appointment at 360-385-9400.

MEDICAL INSURANCE:  Parents need to provide medical insurance coverage for their child to participate in sports.  If you do not have personal coverage, there is insurance available for purchase for the school year.  (see PTHS website)

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    Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator for State Law (RCW 28A.640/28A.642): Amy Khile, 1610 Blaine Street , (360) 379-4603, [email protected]

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    Section 504/ADA Coordinator: Shelby MacMeekin, 1610 Blaine Street, (360) 379-4535, [email protected]

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