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You are the key to a competitive sports program at Woodside!

Help our teams!


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

There are a lot of other things the ABO provides for the athletes. We need your help to create a high quality experience for them.


Donate Now to help all athletes at Woodside High.  


Other ways to support:


If you have a student athlete, visit the team page to make a donation that will go directly to the team for equipment and uniforms.  Help us reach our goal with your tax-deductible donation today and Maximize your Impact by using your employer’s Matching Gift program to donate additional funds to the ABO.

Financial Report 2017-18 Fiscal and School Year 
Please review our results--the ABO raised and/or facilitated the donation of $177k in funding to the WHS Athletic Department and programs to supplement district funding! Click Here for details!



$2000 scholarships awarded to:

Sophia Ashworth  (UC Berkeley)

Cameron Vaughan (Stanford)


$1000 scholarships awarded to 

Jennifer Buja (UC Berkeley)

Luis Espino Cervantes (UC Irvine)

Congratulations Wildcats, you make us proud!



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.

Once REGISTERED and ACTIVE, your family account allows your to track purchases/donations you've made over the year, print receipts (for tax time!), and is much more efficient for the ABO.



Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the week November 19th

The Athletes of the Week is the boys JV water polo team. The captain of the team, Will Kreidler, explained that the team is hard working and accomplished a lot during the season. They practiced every single day of the week and had games on Wednesday’s. This hard work was evident in the water polo team winning their first league title since 1977. According to the team, the highlight of the season was beating Menlo School in their last league game to win the title. Additionally, the water polo program expectations are that the student athletes work hard in the classroom and in the pool. This expectation allows them to be the best student athletes they can be. Throughout the season, the players enjoyed both a positive team atmosphere and physicality of the sport. As a team, the boys gave each other advice and helped each other become better players by pushing each other to meet their goals. The WHS Athletic Department would like to support and congratulate the boys JV water polo team for all of their hard work, compassion, sportsmanship, and incredible success.

 Athlete of the Week