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WGHS football field with cheerleaders and crowd at night

We expect our student/athletes to strive to succeed in the classroom as well as on the athletic field.  Our athletes are motivated to push themselves in their studies and provide an example for our student body of effective time management, sportsmanship and school spirit.  Our coaching staff is highly skilled and our coaches are expected to provide our student/athletes with the training, tools and practice they need to succeed on and off the field.

As always, I am looking forward to another great year of Willow Glen Athletics.  GO RAMS!

Eric Ostrowski
Athletic Director

Requirements for Athletics Participation 

  1. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA
  2. Submit an athlete registration via the Register my Athlete platform  
  3. Submit a completed physical form to the Athletic Director or upload to Register my Athlete
  4. Wait for clearance from the team’s head coach

See registration instructions for Register My Athlete English | Spanish

Athlete physical evaluation form

Physical Form

Fall Winter Spring


(Aug. 9th - Nov. 15th)


(Nov 4th - Feb. 19th)


(Feb. 3rd - May 17th)

Cross Country - Boys/Girls Basketball - Boys Badminton - Coed

Field Hockey

Flag Football

Basketball - Girls




Golf - Girls

Soccer – Boys

Golf - Boys


Tennis – Girls Soccer - Girls Lacrosse - Girls
Volleyball – Girls Wrestling - Coed Softball
Water Polo – Boys Sideline Cheer Swimming - Boys/Girls
Water Polo - Girls   Tennis - Boys
Sideline Cheer   Track & Field – Boys/Girls
    Volleyball - Boys

Willow Glen High Coaches

Additional Information

Title IX Report

Title IX states: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

School Year:  2023-24
Student Enrollment–1633
# Male Athletes–491
# Female Athletes–476
# Male Sports–12 Varsity, 11 Junior-Varsity, 1 Freshman
# Female Sports–14 Varsity, 10 Junior-Varsity
# Co-Ed Sports–2 Varsity

Willow Glen High Student Activities Calendar

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Calendar & Category Legend:

  • Willow Glen High Student Activities Calendar

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Willow Glen Athletic Booster Events

Please visit Willow Glen Athletic Boosters Page for information on meetings, events, membership, scholarships and more!!

Coaching Opportunities

Here at Willow Glen High School we are always looking at ways to bring enthusiastic, educated and motivational adults to our staff to work with our Student-Athletes.  For more information on any of the listed positions or to inquire about opportunity joining any of our coaching staffs, please email Athletic Director .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Current Openings:



Spring Sports

Record Book

Records are made to be broken!!!!  Click on the following link to see the historical greatness of Willow Glen High School Athletics.  We are currently compiling and fact checking school records so we can preserve the history of our Athletic Programs.  We will continue to grow our archives so check back often.

Go Rams!!!

Take Me to the Record Books


Athletic Facilities

WGHS Baseball Field

WGHS Cheer Tryout Info

Interested in Willow Glen Cheer?!?!

Mandatory parent meeting will be held March 31st at 6pm in MLC. Please complete the interest form to receive further information and receive your tryout packet,  Official tryout dates are scheduled for April 4th-6th and audition day will be April 7th.


WGHS Girls Volleyball Information

Fall Girls Volleyball 2024
For anyone interested in playing Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please read the Information sheet.
Volleyball Summer Camp
A camp fundraiser for Girls Volleyball!  Beginning and intermediate players are invited to join us for our summer camp this year. Please see the flyer and camp registration form for more information.
Questions?? Please contact Coach Belle at

Scholarship Opportunities for Student-Athletes:

CCS Scholarship Program

CIF Spirit of Sport Scholarship Award

CIF Scholar AOTY Award

CIF Model Coach

CIF Scholastic Team Award

PAF Scholarship

Willow Glen Athletic Booster Scholarship

Team Pictures

Athletic team and individual photos are taken by Now and Forever Studios.  We make our best attempt to bulk our team pictures to be taken in the same week to allow for the release of proofs to families to be timely.  Team/Individual pictures typically have a 2 week turnaround time from the last program getting photographed for that season.  Proofs will be accessed digitally through one of the following links.  Students/Family may view their student’s individual picture and/or team picture prior to purchase.  For purchasing, please select the appropriate picture(s) and then follow the check out procedure.  For questions regarding your son’s/daughter’s pictures, please reach out to Now and Forever directly:  (408) 354-8660

If a team was unable to be photographed in a timely manner (due to rescheduling around game/illness/other conflict), the posting of that program’s photo session may be delayed.  Please keep checking back if you do not see your program currently listed for view.

NCAA Commitments

Are you committed to playing collegiate athletics next season?  We want to celebrate this milestone in your life with you, your family and your friends.  Please take a moment to complete this form once you have made an official commitment to play on (during your Senior year only): NCAA COMMITMENT

Once we receive the confirmation of your commitment we will reach out to you to create our social media announcement of your commitment.  We will then have a collective National Signing Day on Wednesday, February 1st during tutorial in the main gym.  More information will be provided as we near this date.

Go Rams!

NCAA Information & Resources


The Willow Glen High School Athletic Office provides information for parents, students, coaches, and other counselors in support of our student athletes who hope to participate in college athletics.

Willow Glen student-athletes and their families who are interested in college athletics are encouraged to contact the NCAA contact counselor with questions regarding the recruiting process and college admissions. In addition, students should schedule time with their individual counselors and coaches to discuss their collegiate athletic ambitions.

Below you will find useful web links to help start the recruiting process.

NCAA Recruiting Info

The world of college athletics is evolving daily, and alongside it, the recruiting process has become more complex than ever. With a rise in recruiting services and early verbal commitments, the NCAA has done its best to implement regulations on various aspects of the recruiting process.

The NCAA has now set mandatory guidelines, which a recruiting service must follow in order to assist the Student-Athlete in the process.

The guidelines are:

  • Openly identify their rates, and the rate must be the same for all sports and all student-athletes
  • Information (e.g., reports, profiles) about the student-athlete must be sent out at least 4 times per calendar year
  • Geographical scope of the service openly identified
  • Provides analysis of student-athlete beyond demographic or ranking for each subscriber
  • Provides samples or previews of the information to be distributed prior to purchase of a subscription
  • Provides video that is restricted to regularly scheduled (regular season) contests

Free services are the safest option. Consider using the following free services, which are in compliance with NCAA legislation:

Online Services- There are online search tools available for a fee that are not held to the NCAA guidelines, but can be useful. The following are some examples:

  • Sport Source: The Sport Source reference book is a useful, step-by-step book to help break down the recruiting process for multiple different sports.
  • National Directory of College Athletics: This a wonderful tool to begin the college/athletic search process. It is available online or in print.




  • Check for changes in the NCAA Guide for the College Bound Athlete
  • Review the recruiting calendars and rules for your sport
  • Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and write down you login info.
  • Meet with your counselor to review the required core courses and make sure you are on track.
  • Register to take the SAT and/or ACT before January and have all scores sent to the Eligibility Center-code #9999.

Summer after Junior Year

  • Compile a list of prospective schools, gather contact information for coaches at each school and make the initial contact.
  • Continue contact with college coaches as it relates to your individual sport
  • Take SAT and/or ACT as needed


  • Continue contact with college coaches
  • Meet with your counselor to discuss college admissions and any recruiting” information you received in the summer
  • Narrow/finalize list of colleges and gather application information for each
  • In all cases, the student-athlete MUST complete a full application to be admitted to a college.
  • Complete all testing requirements, essays, letters of recommendations, etc.
  • Complete SAT and/or ACT testing.
  • Know the deadline for each individual college.
  • Go on official visits and enjoy yourself.
  • Your counselor can help determine the types of questions to ask on the college visit, both athletic and academic.
  • Complete the FAFSA in spring. Even if you do not think you will qualify for aid, athletic departments often use this information

Web Sites

NCAA Amateurism Certification FAQ (pdf)

NCAA Frequently Asked Questions (pdf)

NCAA Glossary of Terms

At times the NCAA “acknowledged terms” coaches use in the recruiting process can become a foreign language to student-athletes and their families. For this reason the NCAA has provided a NCAA Glossary of Terms to translate the process into familiar terms.

National Letter of Intent (NLI)

As a student progresses through the recruiting process, the question of signing a National Letter of Intent may arise. This is a binding document, and student-athletes and their families are often unclear on the specifics. As per any legal agreement it is important to understand what to expect, both the good and bad.

NCAA Division Differences

NCAA Division I athletics is the most commonly known, however, there are significant differences among the NCAA three divisions. There is a place for all types of athletes in the world of college athletics, and understanding the differences between systems and divisions can help student-athletes and their families during the recruiting process.

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)

Junior College often offers student-athletes an opportunity to play at a less demanding level while their skills either academic or athletic improve. Many NCAA programs recruit from junior colleges.


Transfer Students Interested in Athletics

Welcome to Willow Glen High School!!

We are happy to have you as a Ram and want to help you get off to a great start here at Willow Glen.  All new transfers to Willow Glen High School who are interested in participating in Athletics will need to make an appointment with the Athletic Director to complete CIF/CCS paperwork to ensure their eligibility.  Upon initial enrollment, please reach out to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to begin the process. 

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