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2024 Spring Registration


We are excited to open up our Westlake High School Lacrosse Spring registration.  Our program is the strongest and most capable it has ever been due to the hard work and dedication of our players, families, coaches, and volunteers from past years and current.  

Our season summary can be found on the website under Spring in the Programs tab. Click HERE to head there now.

Initial Registration Cost- $2500 + $300 blue metallic Cascade XRS helmet that will be distributed with uniform. $250 will be refunded to players not on Varsity A. These fees are the same as they were last year with the exception of the new helmet.

All players will have a grade check at each report card grading period to confirm player eligibility.

All players must provide a physical dated within 6 months of January 2024 to be eligible to play. Email physical to:

Review Waivers and/or continue through the registration to acknowledge and accept waivers.


Player First Name *
Player Last Name *
Graduation Year *
Date of Birth *
Address *
Player Cell Phone for Team Text - Not parents cell *
Player Email for Team Email - Not Parents email *
Parent 1 First Name *
Parent 1 Last Name *
Parent 1 Phone *
Parent 1 Email *
Parent 2 First Name *
Parent 2 Last Name *
Parent 2 Phone *
Parent 2 Email *
Academic Waiver: A student who receives, at the end of any grading period (after the first six weeks of the school year), a grade below 70 in any class (other than an identified advanced class) or a student with disabilities who fails to meet the standards in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) may not participate in extracurricular activities for three school weeks. An ineligible student may practice or rehearse, however. The student regains eligibility after the seven calendar-day waiting period has ended following a grading or the three school-weeks evaluation period when the principal and teachers determine that he or she has earned a passing grade (70 or above) in all classes, other than those that are advanced. All schools must check grades for all participants at the end of the first six weeks of the school year. From that point, grades are checked at the end of the grading period whether it is six, nine, or twelve weeks in length. Students who pass remain eligible until the end of the next grading period. All activity coaches and directors are responsible for obtaining official grade reports from the individual the principal designates as the keeper of official grades before the student represents the school. This provision applies to all grading periods. It also applies to all three-school week evaluation periods for ineligible students. · All students are eligible during a school holiday of a full calendar week or more. When the bell rings to dismiss students for the December holidays, all students are eligible until classes resume in January. The same is true for summer recess and fall and spring breaks provided those breaksconsist of at least a full calendar week. (See example) · Students in year-round schools are eligible during inter-sessions. · If a grading period or three school week evaluation period ends on the last class day prior to a school holiday of one calendar week or more (e.g. spring break, winter holidays), the seven calendar day grace period to lose eligibility and the seven calendar day waiting period to regain eligibility begin the first day that classes resume. · Students lose eligibility for a three school-week period. For purposes of the law, "three school weeks" is defined as 15 class days. Exception: One, but only one of the three school weeks may consist of only three or four class days, provided school has been dismissed for a scheduled holiday period. Two class days does not constitute a "school week" for purposes of this law except Thanksgiving week if schools are on holiday Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. A school district may request an exception from UIL officials to the two day school week in the event of a disaster, flood, extreme weather condition or other calamity as listed in TAC Chapter §42.005. In the event two of three school weeks are shortened, one of the shortened weeks may be counted as five days with ten other actual class days making up the fifteen class days. After the first six weeks of the school year, academically ineligible students in schools with six week grading periods have eligibility. However, it is important to remember that school districts may voluntarily impose stricter standards than those cited in this document. Therefore, a school district has the authority to adopt a policy that would count grades in these classes for eligibility purposes if it wishes to do so. Note: The “Lower-Division Academic Course Guide Manual” may be obtained on the web at Click on Core Curriculum and Transfer to locate 223-page manual. Add Question or Page Element EISD Code of Conduct Participation in extracurricular athletic activities is a privilege and not a guaranteed right. Therefore, the following participation guidelines will apply: The coach has the right to set high standards for those who choose to participate. Exemplary behavior is expected at all times. Coaches have the right to discipline their athletes when they do not exhibit the proper behavior expected for the athletic activity in which he/she is involved. The Extracurricular Code of Athletic Conduct does not limit or otherwise restrict the authority of the coach or principal to issue additional consequences to the penalties stated in the policies below, i.e., extra running can be added to any disciplinary action. Violations and Consequences of the Athletic Code of Conduct I. Students who participate in athletics are prohibited from: A. Possession and/or Use of Illegal Drugs and/or Alcohol -- · Illegally possessing or using marijuana, alcohol, a controlled substance, or any dangerous drug; · Illegally possessing or using drug paraphernalia; · Committing a serious act or offense, as defined in the EISD Student Code of Conduct, while under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, a controlled substance or any dangerous drug; and/or · Illegally possessing or using glue, aerosol paint and/or volatile, mood-altering chemicals. * First offense - three weeks suspension from competition * If the student is placed in the AEP, the student cannot practice with the team * Second offense - one year suspension from all athletic activity B. The Commitment of a Serious Act -- Punishable as a Felony -- · First Offense - one year suspension from all athletic activity C. Possession of Tobacco -- · First Offense - one week suspension with no practice with the team · Second Offense - twelve week suspension from all athletic activity II. Infractions that occur during an “off-season,” during a time where there is no direct involvement in the athletic activity, or when school is not in session, are punishable in the next in-season sport in which the athlete participates. III. For any third violation of the Extracurricular Athletic Code of Conduct, the athlete shall be suspended and prohibited from participating in athletics for the remainder of his/her enrollment in Westlake High School. IV. The timeframe for consequences for athletes is as follows: A. The beginning of the competitive season for punishing athletes for the violation of the Extracurricular Athletic Code of Conduct shall be defined as the first week of UIL games, meets, tournaments or match schedules. B. The athlete can practice and participate in scrimmages (at the coach’s discretion) until the first week of recognized UIL competitive games, meets, tournaments or match schedules unless the student is placed in AEP. C. Time served at the AEP during the competitive season counts towards the three week suspension from competition. WHS MENS LACROSSE CODE OF CONDUCT t is a privilege and honor to be a member of the Westlake High School Boys Lacrosse team. In addition to the requirements in the Eanes ISD Student Code of Conduct and Extra Curricular Code of Conduct, WHS Lacrosse Players, acknowledged by their parent/guardian, agree to the following as a condition for participation: I will abstain from the use or possession of illegal drugs, improperly obtained prescription drugs, drug paraphernalia, alcoholic beverages and tobacco. I will refrain from irresponsible or disrespectful use of social media, any form of bullying and property destruction. I will maintain passing grades in all academic classes for each grading period. I will attend with punctuality scheduled WHS Boys Lacrosse practices and meetings. I will treat teachers, coaches, peers, and competitors with respect. I will refrain from the use of profanity, poor sportsmanship and hazing. TYPES OF VIOLATIONS: Type 1: Violations of the Eanes ISD Student Code of Conduct and Extra Curricular Code of Conduct. Shall be handled according to Eanes guidelines. Any such violations shall count as violations of the WHS Boys Lacrosse Code of Conduct and Athletic Agreement. Type 2: Violations of the WHS Boys Lacrosse Code of Conduct and Athletic Agreement. Shall be investigated by Head Coach. Players suspected of violations shall have the opportunity to discuss with Head Coach facts necessary to determine whether a Type 2 violation has occurred. Self­ disclosure is encouraged and may lessen disciplinary consequences. CONSEQUENCES FOR VIOLATIONS: First Violation: Suspension for a period of up to three (3) games during current or nearest competitive season. May include additional practice, conditioning, and/or team service at Coach’s discretion. Requires notification of WHS Boys Lacrosse Board of Directors. Second Violation: Suspension for a minimum of three (3) and a maximum of seven (7) games during current or nearest competitive season. May include additional practice, conditioning, and/or team service at Head Coach’s discretion. May result in loss of team leadership positions and/or loss of end­ of­ season award eligibility at Head Coach’s discretion. Requires notification of WHS Boys Lacrosse Board of Directors. Third Violation: Suspension from the team for a period of one calendar year. Requires vote of WHS Board of Directors and Head Coach. After one­ year suspension, the WHS Board of Directors and Head Coach will determine reinstatement, if any. Any violation which occurs after reinstatement will result in permanent dismissal from WHS Boys Lacrosse. WHS Extracurricular Hazing Policy Eanes Independent School District strives to maintain healthy extracurricular programs in which all students feel safe and welcome. We want students to be proud of Westlake and the programs they represent. I understand that hazing of any kind is not allowed on this campus and in the athletic program. This includes mental, verbal and physical acts. I further understand that it is my duty to report any acts of hazing that I see to coach, director, or administrator on campus. By signing below, I agree to uphold this policy and understand that any violation will result in my immediate suspension from extracurricular activities and further disciplinary action as outlined in District Code of Conduct. Hazing is defined in the Student Code of Conduct as: Any act, occurring on or off the campus, by one person alone or acting with others, directed against a student, that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student for the purposes of pledging, initiation into, affiliation with, holding office in, or maintaining membership in an organization. Consent to or acquiescence in the hazing activity does not excuse the student of responsibility for the misconduct. Westlake Athletic Center/Thompson Memorial Wall Waiver In consideration of being allowed to participate in any way in the program, related events and activities, I the undersigned, as a parent/guardian with legal responsibility for this participant, acknowledge, appreciate, and agree that the risk of injury from the activities involved in participation is significant, including and potential for performant paralysis and death. I knowingly and freely assume all such risks, both known and unknown, even if arising from the negligence of the releasees or others, and assume full responsibility for my participation. I willingly agree to comply with the terms and conditions for participation. If I observe any unusual significant hazard during my presence or participation, I will remove myself and/or my child from participation and bring such to the attention of the nearest official immediately. I release and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the releasees from any and all liability incidents to my minor child’s involvement or participation in these programs as provided above, as well as for myself and on behalf of my heirs, assigns, personal representatives and next of kin, hereby release, indemnify, and hold harmless the Westlake Athletic Center, LLC, its officers, officials, agents and/or employees, other participants, sponsors, advertisers, and, if applicable, owners and lessors of premises used to conduct the event (releasees), from any and all claims, demands, losses, and liability arising out of or related to any injury, disability or death I may suffer, or loss or damage to person or property, whether arising from the negligence of the release or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law. I have read this release of liability and assumption of risk agreement, fully understand its terms, understand that I have given up substantial rights by signing it, and sign it freely and voluntarily with any inducement. *
Assumption of Risk Waiver I am aware that trying out, practicing, playing or any other form of participation in any sport or athletic activity can be dangerous and that participation involves MANY RISKS OF INJURY. I understand that the dangers and risks of engaging in athletics include, but are not limited to, death, serious neck and spinal injuries which may result in complete or partial paralysis, brain damage, serious injury to virtually all bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons and other aspects of the muscular-skeletal system and serious injury or impairment to other aspects of the body, health and well-being. I also understand that the dangers and risks of engaging in athletics may result not only in serious injury, but also in a serious impairment of my child/ward to earn a living, and to engage in business, social and recreational activities and generally enjoy life. Because of the risks described above, I recognize the importance of my child/ward listening to and following all the coach's instructions and warnings regarding playing techniques, training methods, rules of the sport and other team rules. I also recognize the importance of my child/ward reading and adhering to all written instructions and written warnings regarding playing techniques, training methods, rules of the sport and other team rules. I therefore expressly agree to direct and to encourage my child/ward to obey all of the coach's instructions and warning. In consideration of Westlake Lacrosse Association, Westlake High School Boys Lacrosse and Westlake Youth Boys Lacrosse permitting my child/ward to try out, practice, play or in any other way participate in athletics, and to engage in all activities related to participation, including practicing, conditioning, playing and traveling, I HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT MY CHILD/WARD ASSUMES ALL RISKS AND HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH SUCH PARTICIPATION, I EXPRESSLY CONSENT TO SUCH PARTICIPATION BY MY CHILD/WARD AND I AGREE TO WAIVE ALL CLAIMS OF WHATEVER NATURE, fully and finally, now and forever, for my child/ward, for myself, my estate, my heirs, my administrators, my executors, my assignees, my successors, and for all members of my family, and to release, exonerate, discharge and hold harmless the above named lacrosse association, programs and teams, its directors, officers, volunteers, other participants, sponsoring agents, sponsors, advertisers, owners and lessors premises, school district, their trustees, agents, servants, employees, their athletic staffs, all coaches, assistant coaches, physical education teachers, athletic trainers, physicians and other practitioners of the healing arts treating me, from any and all liability, claims, causes of action or demands arising out of any injuries to my child/ward or to his or her property, or losses of any kind and nature whatsoever, which may result from or occur in connection with his or her participation in Westlake Lacrosse Association athletics. I specifically acknowledge that certain sports are more high risk and may contain VIOLENT CONTACT involving even greater risks of injury than other sports and I UNDERSTAND THAT MY CHILD/ WARD ASSUMES THESE RISKS AND I VOLUNTARILY CONSENT TO SUCH PARTICIPATION BY MY CHILD/WARD. I do hereby request, authorize, and consent to accepting emergency care / treatment or first aid for my child as may be needed (including AED if available) by any available physician or licensed health care practitioner, any medical treatment facility/hospital, coach, parent, or “good Samaritan” and do hereby agree to indemnify and save harmless these individuals, and Westlake Lacrosse Association, Westlake High School Boys Lacrosse and Westlake Youth Boys Lacrosse from any claim by any person whatsoever on account of such care and treatment for my child. If, in the judgment of the adult leader in charge, the registered player needs emergency medical treatment as a result of any injury or sickness while under the care or control of the Westlake Lacrosse Association, Westlake High School Boys Lacrosse and Westlake Youth Boys Lacrosse, I do hereby request, authorize, and consent to such emergency treatment as may need to be given to my child by any physician, licensed health care practitioner, or any medical treatment facility/hospital, specifically including the use of an AED; and I do hereby agree to indemnify and save harmless the adult leader in charge and the Westlake Lacrosse Association from any claim by any person whatsoever on account of such care and treatment of my child. If time permits, we prefer that the adult in charge use the following physician to provide such care. *
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