ABO Scholarship applications due May 1st, 2020.
Thanks everyone for another great event supporting
Woodside High School Athletics!
Donate!! Volunteer!! Cheer!!
Parents and the community are the key to a competitive sports program at Woodside!
If you have a student-athlete, please create your family account and visit the team page to make a donation that will go directly to the team for equipment and uniforms.
Uniforms and Equipment are just a drop in the bucket! To have a top tier Athletic Program, the athletes need:
- Enough Coaches to support JV and development teams as well as Varsity players
- A Strength and Conditioning Coach
- State of the Art video review equipment (HUDL) to help the teams win
Donate Now to help all athletes at Woodside High.
Other ways to provide support:
- Buy WHS Spirit Wear
- Advertise your Business with a Sponsorship
- Employer Matching Gift program
- Annual Crab Feed - Feb. 1st, 2020
2019 ABO SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS!
Kaia Anderson (Cal Poly SLO)
Ryan Mithen (University of Hawaii)
Nadia Sochan (Colorado State University)
Rebecca Weeks (Colgate University)
Congratulations Wildcats, you make us proud!
Financial Report 2018-19 Fiscal and School Year
The ABO raised and/or facilitated the donation of $229,000 in funding to the WHS Athletic Department and programs to supplement district funding! Click Here for details!
Your ABO donations may be tax-deductible as the Woodside Athletic Boosters Organization is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our Federal Tax ID# is 27-0920851.
Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the week Feb 24th
The Athletes of the Week is the WHS Unified basketball team. Unified Sports is part of the Special Olympics and joins people with and without intellectual disabilities together to compete as teammates. It was inspired by a simple principle—Training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and inclusion. The WHS team competed against Sequoia HS during halftime of the boys' varsity basketball game on Friday night, January 31. The team played a 10-minute game in front of a full gym at Sequoia High School. Both teams competed hard behind the supportive crowd. The WHS team made multiple baskets, grabbed plenty of rebounds and most importantly, had fun. The team practices every Thursday during lunchtime in the Old Gym. Of the “8 Conditions,” the WHS Unified basketball team fully displays a Sense of Accomplishment, Belonging, and Fun & Excitement. Mr. Faulkner says, “that was a great night. The full support the fans gave these athletes during the game was unbelievably awesome. Our team played well and we all had huge smiles on our faces. We’re looking forward to the official start of our Unified basketball season in March. It’s going to be a great year!” Coach Carbajal says, “The Unified basketball team battled all game long. Everybody who participated scored at least one basket. The team never gave up. They were a true example of what a team is on and off the court. The team clearly showed a Sense of Accomplishment.”