Dimond High Athletics

Dimond students have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of interscholastic sports. There are three main sports seasons, fall, winter, and spring. Students must meet the eligibility requirement set by the Anchorage School District and the Alaska School Activities Association to participate (see below). Links to sports teams that have their own websites can be found to the right. Sports are listed by season below.


Fall Sports

  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country Running
  • Flag football
  • Football
  • Gymnastics
  • Riflery
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Winter Sports

  • Basketball: Boys
  • Basketball: Girls
  • Bowling
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Hockey: Boys
  • Hockey: Girls


Spring Sports

  • Baseball
  • Soccer: Boys
  • Soccer: Girls
  • Softball
  • Track and Field


  • All-State Music
  • Drama, Debate, and Forensics (DDF)
  • Student Government
  • World Language Declamation

Meeting Eligibility Requirements 

  • Athletes must be enrolled in at least 5 ASD classes to participate in sports.
  • Grades from the previous semester/quarter will be verified for: 2.0 GPA minimum & 5 classes passed (with the exception of incoming freshmen until the end of 1st quarter).
  • Seniors who are on track to graduate (have passed all HSGQE exams and have at least 17.5 credits) may enroll in 4 classes and still be eligible.

Eligibility Checklist


The following items must be submitted to the Activities Office for eligibility clearance. Forms are available in the Activities Office or the ASD High School Activities page. Do not submit paperwork to your coach until the Activities Office clears and signs it.

  • ASD Health Examination Form signed by doctor, student & parent/guardian
  • High School Athletic/Activity Participation Form signed by student & parent/guardian
  • ASAA “TAD” form—signed by student & parent/guardian after viewing “Play for Keeps” video 
  • Cash or check payable to DHS (see the ASD High School Activities page for the fee schedule for various sports)
  • Concussion policy acknowledgement form, ImPACT baseline assessment, and $5 assessment fee

Meeting NCAA Requirements

If your son/daughter is an athlete and has a goal to play in college sports, notify your student’s counselor to insure he/she is taking the required “Core Courses” and has the necessary information to meet eligibility. You can access NCAA information at

Coach Assessment

Students and their parents/guardians are invited to complete a Coach Assessment at the end of a sport season and submit it to the Activities Office.