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Any Roycemore student in Grades 4-12 can participate in interscholastic athletics regardless of skill level.

The Athletic Department at Roycemore helps the school celebrate individuality and inspires excellence by:

  • Emphasizing student participation in athletic programs over competing at the highest level possible
  • Establishing sportsmanship, character development, a positive attitude, and teamwork as the top priorities for all Roycemore athletes
  • Modeling goal-setting and planning as important life skills beyond the court or field
  • Promoting the benefits of a strong work ethic and sound preparation and practice habits
  • Instilling in all students a life-long appreciation of the benefits of exercise and the important role physical activity plays in determining the quality of life

Upper School Sports

Sports at the upper school level are open to students of all genders and skill levels in grades 9-12. Depending on the league or conference, students may compete on all-gender, she/they or he/they teams. 

Middle School Sports

Sports at the middle school level are open to students of all genders and skill levels. There are several sports that are grouped by grade level and include fourth grade. Click on the sport you are interested in to learn more.


To view a schedule of games and practices for sports currently in season, click here.

Participation Forms

All student-athletes participating in athletics must complete the proper paperwork included in our back-to-school forms. There are several forms and documents that are required before your child’s first day of school. For ease of gathering that information, we have compiled a list of necessary documents. Please find the list of forms required for participation here and linked for download below.

Meet the Athletic Director

Craig Tutt was announced as Roycemore's Director of Athletics in the summer of 2022. He began his career in education as a Health and PE Teacher and a coach in Virginia. He later migrated to the Seattle area where he continued to teach and coach for the Federal Way School District at Lakota Middle School. He later became the athletic director, assistant principal, and principal of Lakota Middle School. Additionally, Craig has served as Assistant Principal of Ogden International School in Chicago and Principal of Springfield Elementary school in his hometown of Luray, VA. Later experiences led Craig to work under the Superintendent as the Executive Director of Equity, Student, and Family success for the Federal Way School District, one of the nation's most diverse school districts. Craig was a 3 sport athlete in HS and college (Basketball, Tennis, and Track) and has coached Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, and Track. 

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