Generals Athletics

Washington-Liberty High School


Generals Athletics

Washington-Liberty High School

Generals Athletics

Washington-Liberty High School

Athletic Clearance

The W-L Activities Department strives to develop the educational, social, and emotional well-being of each student through teaching and modeling performance and moral character traits in order to become a positive, impactful citizen in our community.


1. Student-Athletes MUST have a completed a VHSL Physical Form Packet via online:

or Upload / Print return to Activities Office: 

Athletic Clearance Packet

Student-Athletes must have a current Physical on file with the Athletic Trainer to participate in ANY ATHLETIC ACTIVITY (includes but not limited to: Green Days, Tryouts, Competition and Practices).

2. A new physical exam is needed for each school year. 

(The exam must have been complted AFTER May 1,2021 and will be valid through June 30, 2022.)

3.  ALL Student-Athletes must have Health Insurance.  

       Information on School Insurance can be found in the Activities Office or online at: or call 1-888-574-6288 or 919-846-9798.









Other Notes:

A) Student - athletes enrolled in no fewer than five (5) subjects. Passed more than five (5) subjects at the conclusion of the previous semester. Student-athletes are forced to "sit-out" all VHSL for a full calendar year following a school transfer unless the transfer corresponded with a family move.

B)  Individuals nineteen (19) years of age on August 1st of the current school-year are unable to participate. After entering the ninth grade for the first time, students can not have been enrolled in, or been eligible for enrollment, in high school more than eight consecutive semesters.

C) Student-athletes must be enrolled at Washington - Liberty High School. (HB-Woodlawn,  Arlington Technology students may also join our teams if W-L is their "home school." Eighth graders who live within the W-L boundaries and enrolled in the APS may also participate if chosen is not offered at their middle school level.) 

If you have any questions concerning these guidelines, more information can be found at the VHSL link or by calling our office, 703-226-6207.