2017 Summer Information and Athletic Registration for 2017-18Top of Page

Clearance for Athletics is a two step process:
Step One) To begin your registration for athletic participation in 2017-18,  
click here for the physical form - your physical is valid for one year and must be updated annually.
Step Two) All participants in athletics must complete the Sports Net online registration process, click here to begin. 
For information on Girls Water Polo, click here.
For information on Boys Water Polo, click here.
For information on Woodside Football, click here.
For information on the Woodside Cheer Program, click here
For information on the Woodside Volleyball Program, click here
To see the Small Gym Schedule for Basketball and Volleyball open gyms, click here (please confirm with the coaches regarding the practice times).
For information on the Boys Basketball Summer League, click here.
Coaches Contact Information:
Boys Varsity Basketball - Coach Roddy Harrison: roddyharrison23@gmail.com
Girls Basketball - Coach Ron Rossi: rossi21@sbcglobal.net
Girls Volleyball - Coach Sonja Gavioli: sonjagavioli@gmail.com
Boys JV Basketball - Coach Ramon Meacham: ramon.meacham@gmail.com

Congrats to Girls Soccer for their CCS Championship and Julian Edelman for his Super Bowl Victory!Top of Page

Mission Statement Top of Page

The Woodside High School Athletic Department provides opportunities for all students who seek to compete in high school athletics and represent Woodside High School. Woodside strongly believes that high school sports are an essential component of our extra-curricular activities which promote and reinforce the values of a strong work ethic, teamwork, delayed gratification and physical fitness. We value sportsmanship and strive to establish a competitive environment that aligns with our 8 Conditions of Student Success.

Study hard. Practice hard. Play hard.

Brain Book Link TrainingTop of Page

Woodside High School and the Sequoia Union High School District have partnered with Dignity Health to promote education about the seriousness of head injuries.  A major component of this partnership is an online training called 'Brainbook' that will provide new information about prevention and diagnosis while dispelling some common myths about brain trauma.  
To ensure all our athletes have access to this essential information and as part of the grant our District receives from Dignity Health, all Spring athletes will complete this online training.  The Athletic Department will receive confirmation from Brainbook once you have completed the course (the entire process should take approximately 30-45 minutes), here is the link to begin the registration and coursework:

Woodside Coaches Contact InformationTop of Page

For a complete list of all the Woodside head coaches and their email, please click here

National Letter of Intent Signing for Three WildcatsTop of Page

Read about three Woodside Wildcats signing their national letter of intent on February 4th.  Thank you to Beck Patrone for sharing his story, click here to listen to the write up.

Registration Links for Athletics 2016-17Top of Page

  • Online Registration for Athletic Elgibility
    The SUHSD has gone to an online registration and clearance process for athletic eligibility. If you would like a hard copy of the eligibility packet please see Ms. Tejeda in the AVP office.
  • Physical Form
    This specific form must be completed by a licensed MD to participate in athletics. Chiropractors are NOT accepted for athletic clearance.

Contact the Athletic AdministratorTop of Page

Click to send an email message. Click to visit a a teacher's web page.
Name Phone
Charles Velschow Athletic Director  43710 
Calderon, Alvaro Assistant Vice-Principal, Athletics  40030 
Tejeda, Jocelyn Administrative Assistant to Mr. Calderon  40031 

Soller, Kalei  Athletic Trainer 43702   

Contact a CoachTop of Page

to send an email message.      
Name Sport Email
Harvath, Kim Head Coach - Dance
Andrews, Justin Head Coach-Varsity Football
Richardson, Jesse Assistant Varsity Football
Guillena, Jaymie Head Coach - Cheer Program    
Gavioli, Sonja Head Coach-Varsity Volleyball
Sheetz, Haley Head Coach - JV Volleyball
Sheetz, Joe Assistant Coach
Antonino, Bruno Head Coach-Boys Water Polo Click to select an picture...
Reynolds, Laura Head Coach-Girls Varsity Water Polo Click to select an picture...
Harrison, Roderick Head Coach Boys Varsity Basketball
Rossi, Ron Head Coach-Girls Varsity Basketball
Kilty, Erin Assistant Coach-Girls JV Basketball
Ringman, Darrell Head Coach Boys Varsity Soccer
Moreno, Jorge Head Coach Boys JV Soccer  Click to select an picture...
Navarrete, Jose Head Coach Girls Varsity Soccer
Avendano, Oscar Head Coach-Girls JV Soccer
Staves, Nancy Head Coach-Coed Badminton
Faulkner, Tim Head Coach-Varsity Baseball
Middough, Matthew Head Coach-JV Baseball
Arner, John Head Coach-Golf
Lewis, Ralph Head Coach-Boys Varsity Lacrosse Click to select an picture...
Higgins, Wade Assistant Coach-Boys Lacrosse
Myers, Stacey Head Coach-Girls Varsity Lacrosse
Daines, Alexa Head Coach-JV Softball
Reynolds, Laura Head Coach - Swimming
Hartford, David Head Coach - Track and Field

 Richardson, Jesse Coach - Cheer  

Positive Coaching AllianceTop of Page

Woodside High School is a participating member of the Positive Coaching Alliance, a non-profit research based institution that firmly believes athletics can be an excellent avenue to develop character in young people. Please visit these sites to find out more information about the PCA.

Woodside High School's Scholar-AthletesTop of Page

College Athletic Eligibility InformationTop of Page

Academic Eligibility CriteriaTop of Page

1. Must be currently enrolled in at least 25 semester units of work or 5 classes.

2) Must Pass at least 4, five-unit, classes at the completion of each grading period (quarter and semester).

3) Must be on track towards graduation in relation to credits/units earned. May not be more than 15 credits behind. (Incoming sophomores: 40 credits, Incoming juniors: 95 credits, Incoming seniors: 150 credits)

4) Must maintain a minimum 2.0 weighted GPA (4.0 scale). GPA calculations are taken from the previous grading period (quarter or semester). 5 unit courses: A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0 (2.5 unit courses are worth half the points). Students who drop below a 2.0 at the following grading period, had have turned in all necessary paperwork, may become eligible at the following grading period if they have brought their GPA to a 2.0 or higher, have the required number of credits for their grade level, and have maintained their attendance as required in #6 below.

5) Must comply with all SUHSD and school behavior policies, PAL Code of Ethics, and CIF/CCS Code of Conduct for Interscholastic Student-Athletes.

6) Must maintain 85% attendance per quarter. Students who are absent more than 15% will be ineligible for the following quarter.

7) Students are expected to attend at least half of their academic day in order to participate in practice or games on that day.

8) Students on suspension will not be able to participate in practice or games until after they are allowed to return to school.

Note: Students and parent/guardians, be aware of CIF Rule 600 which states, "A student on a high school team becomes ineligible if the student competes in a contest on an outside team, in the same sport, during any part of the student's high school season of sport, including post season CIF/CCS events.

Coaching VacanciesTop of Page

We currently have the following paid stipend coaching vacancies for the 2017-18 school year:

Head Coach - JV Football
Head Coach - JV Boys Water Polo

If interested in a position please submit your resume to Administrative Vice Principal, Alvaro Calderon, (acalderon@seq.org) or the Athletic Director, Chuck Velschow (cvelschow@seq.org) or call directly at (650) 367-9750 x 40031.

Scholarships/Jobs for Student-AthletesTop of Page

Click here for job opportunities with the YMCA in aquatics 

Training Sites for CoachesTop of Page