Community Sponsored Club Sports
While the teams below are not BSD sponsored athletics, they are community clubs that compete for Westview High School. Each team is run by an outside organization, but is available for all of the students who attend Westview or live in the boundaries. If you have any questions please contact the program directly.
Water Polo is a THPRD sponsored activity that competes in the fall season. Practices and competitions all take place off campus. If you'd like more information please click the link below.
Our mission is to provide a competitive, fun, safe and positive learning experience for the fastest growing sport in the country. We look forward to teaching the game to new and experienced players alike, creating a very competitive program, and to building a strong volunteer parent group to ensure the best lacrosse experience possible.
We compete in the Metro League conference. Lacrosse at Westview is a no-cut sport. Lacrosse is a Club sport and is managed by an Executive Board of parent volunteers.
Westview Lacrosse is no longer affiliated with the Beaverton School District; we are an independent "Club" organization that receives no funding, in-kind service or supervision from the Beaverton School District.
The Club requires all players to submit proof of a doctor's physical every two (2) years. All new players must submit proof of a physical to our Registrar and NOT to Westview High School. If a player has participated in a Fall/Winter sport at WHS, player must obtain a copy of that physical from the Athletic Office and submit to Club Registrar. Players whose physicals have expired will be notified by our Registrar and are required to submit a new physical prior to playing.
All players must meet Westview High School's academic standards in order to be eligible to play. For more information please visit our website below.
Unified Sports is an inclusive Sports Program that unites Special Olympics athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) and partners (individuals without intellectual disabilities) as teammates for training and competition.
The Westview High School partnered with the Special Olympics Oregon (SOOR) to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children, youth and adults living with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.
Still growing, Special Olympics Oregon (SOOR) is efficiently expanding programs to get closer and closer to serving every individual with intellectual disabilities that qualifies to participate in Special Olympics. Our vision is to help bring all persons with intellectual disabilities into the larger society under conditions whereby they are accepted, respected and given the chance to become useful and productive citizens. For more info, check out the link above!