First practice: 

Monday, Nov 18th 2:30-4:00

@ Covington Aquatic Center


Parent meeting:  Monday, Nov 25th @ 5:00 PM

What to bring on the first day!

  • Swimsuits (Speedo style, for example).

  • Swim Cap and goggles

  • Your own towel

  • The desire to work hard and excel!


  1. Perfect attendance, if possible. Only sickness, family and occasional academic reason are valid excuses.

  2. A commitment to Tahoma High School swimming. When you finish the season it is hoped that you walk through the halls proud of what you and your team accomplished. People who "get by" and don't commit rarely if ever are proud of what they have done. Some tough choices often need to be made and swimming shouldn't come after other things (dances, football games, jobs, sleeping in on Saturdays, etc.)

  3. A good effort in all classes. All members of the team should always receive positive comments from your teachers about your effort and attitude.


  • Swimmers will letter by scoring an average of 2 varsity points per dual meet or qualifying for the league championship meet.

  • Divers will letter by qualifying for League (subject to coach approval).

  • Attitude and poor attendance may jeopardize an athlete's lettering privileges.

Other Information

All athletes must submit all required forms (including physical form) to Athletic Director Tony Davis at Tahoma High School during the summer (any time after November 1 and prior to the beginning of the season). These forms can be picked up in the main office. You are not allowed to participate until you have been given clearance. 

All athletes (including 9th graders) need to clear for fall sports at the high school. Athletes in Grades 8-12 will use the  TSD Online Athletic Participation Form to sign up for sports. All forms need to be submitted before the athlete can turn out. The first day of practice will be August 20th. To sign up click here.  If you prefer, the Tahoma High School office is open Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Note about physical forms: Physicals are good for two years. That means if you did not have a physical last year then you need to make an appointment!

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