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McKinley is proud of our athletic program consisting of 56 teams in 21 sports, which makes McKinley one of the largest public school athletic programs in the state.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS All students are eligible to try out for all offerings. Students participating in the interscholastic program are required to meet the eligibility requirements and follow the rules of the OIA (Oahu Interscholastic Association), HHSAA (Hawaii High School Athletic Association), DOE (Department of Education), and McKinley High School.

Academic Progress Reports will be completed by the student every two weeks to determine continued eligibility. Students need to maintain a 2.0 grade point average and no “F” grade in order to continue participation in scheduled games.

Prior to the first scheduled workout, each athlete must have:

  1. A physical dated after June 1,
  2. A signed parental permission form, and
  3. A verification of medical insurance.

 Student Participation Guardian Consent Form
 Physical Exam for Athletes Form

ATHLETIC CODE It is a privilege to represent McKinley in our athletic program and thus, the school has the authority to revoke this privilege when student athletes do not meet with the standards set forth. As a result, McKinley High School has adopted "The Code for Living" from Athletes for a Better World :

The Code for Living

Because I have the opportunity and responsibility to make a difference in the lives of others, I commit to the following Code for Living. I will take responsibility and appropriate actions when I fail to live up to this code.

As an individual :

  • I will try to develop my skills to the best of my abilitiy and to give my best effort in competition.
  • I will compete within the rules of my sport.
  • I will respect the dignity of every human being, and will not be abusive or dehumanizing of another either as an athlete or as a fan.

As a member of a team:

  • I will place team goals ahead of personal goals.
  • I will be a positive influence on the relationships on the team.
  • I will follow the team rules established by the coach.

As a member of society :

  • I recognize that my behavior becomes a model others may choose to emulate, and will seek to be a positive influence in my community and world.
  • I will work toward the goal of giving a significant amount of my time and income for the betterment of my community and world.

With permission.


Fall Sports: Tryouts begin in early August
JV and Varsity
Cross country
JV and Varsity
JV and Varsity
JV and Varsity
Soft Tennis
Bowling Boys/Girls Varsity
Air Riflery Boys/Girls Varsity
Winter Sports: Tryouts begin in early November
Softball Girls JV and Varsity
Basketball Boys JV and Varsity
Soccer Boys/Girls JV and Varsity
Swimming Boys/Girls JV and Varsity
Golf Boys/Girls Varsity
Wrestling Boys/Girls JV and Varsity
Canoe Paddling Boys/Girls JV, Varsity, and Coed
Pep Squad Coed JV and Varsity
Spring Sports: Tryouts begin in early February
Baseball Boys JV and Varsity
Tennis Boys/Girls JV and Varsity
Judo Boys/Girls Varsity
Basketball Girls JV and Varsity
Track and Field Boys/Girls JV and Varsity
Water Polo Girls Varsity

For specific information on each sport, please check the morning bulletin or the bulletin board outside the Athletic Director’s office. Feel free to contact the Athletic Director or leave a note in his box in the Main Office.

ATHLETIC COUPON BOOKS Each student is encouraged to purchase an Athletic Coupon Book. The coupons enable the student to free admission to various regular season games, and discounted prices in all OIA playoff games.