Student Athletic Pass

  • The Wayzata High School athletic pass is available only to Wayzata High School students in grades 9-12.  The cost is $50.  The athletic pass will give the student admittance to all home regular season athletic contests at the high school gym and stadium, along with admittance to hockey games at the Plymouth Ice Center.  The athletic pass cannot be used for section or state tournament contests.  Students must have a school issued ID (it can be an ID from last school year).  The Student ID must be brought to the ticket booth/gate and be scanned to gain admittance. Students will not receive an actual athletic pass. The student's ID will be scanned at the event for admittance.
    Students purchasing this pass after 1 p.m. on the date of the game will not be guaranteed free admission. Passes purchased on a Saturday will not be good for that Saturday's game.

    Student tickets at the gate are $5. Your student will need to attend 10 or more games for the best value.
    Students with a pass need to enter the pass gate at football games. Please have your ID ready.
    If you leave the item in your shopping cart and purchase it just before a game, you will not be allowed to enter with your ID. We need to receive the information by 1 p.m. the day of the event. 
    The pass can be purchased in the E-Pay store beginning in August and ending the first week of November.

Minnesota State High School League Behavior Expectations

  • Article of Incorporation 102.00 of the Minnesota State High School League Official Handbook, states that this corporation is organized for the following educational purposes: To elevate standards of sportsmanship and to encourage the growth of responsible citizenship among the students, member schools and their personnel. To this end, the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors adopted five behavior expectations at the June 13, 2005, Board of Directors Meeting. These five behavior expectations are the minimum expectations, that are expected of everyone, at every Minnesota State High School event. The behavior expectations are the result of the student sportsmanship summit that was held on May 18, 2005
    1. Respect our flag and National Anthem.
    2. Use Appropriate Language: No profanity, negative chants, booing, trash talking, or name calling.
    3. Respect Everyone - Treat each person the way you would want to be treated. Personal attacks and taunting are unacceptable.
    4. Respect the Game - Do not interfere with it.
    5. Display only positive signs and do not use noisemakers.
    Please visit the Minnesota State High School League's "Team Up for Sportsmanship" website for more information.

Wayzata High School Fight Song

  • Let's give a cheer on high for blue and gold.
    For our teams fight with might for blue and gold.
    We'll lead the school we love to victory.
    And when the game is won we'll raise a mighty shout.
    Come on let's raise our voices loud and strong
    and give a cheer to boost Wayzata on.
    And we will all unite for victory.
    Blue and Gold
    Wayzata! Wayzata!