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We are the Roosevelt Athletic Booster Club (RAB) and we're thrilled to hear you're interested in Roosevelt athletics. RHS offers 29 different sports/teams, across 3 seasons. (Dance and Cheer are year-round teams.) In 2022, nearly half of all RHS students participated in a sport or team!

The first thing families should do is register their student, HERE.  Students must be registered and have a physical on-file with the school before they can attend workouts/practices or try out for a team. 

You can find information about schedules, requirements, and contact information for coaches or Booster representatives, on the individual team pages.

We hope this site gives you the information you need, but if you have questions or can't find what you're looking for, please reach out to either of the RAB presidents, Wendy Sykes or Kirsti Rochon. You can also find out more about RAB and what we do by scrolling down.

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The Roosevelt Athletic Boosters

The Roosevelt Athletic Booster Club's mission is to financially support and celebrate all student athletes. 

Our goal is to maintain an enduring, reliable community that works in partnership with Roosevelt High School to give every student a chance to compete.

Who We Are
The Roosevelt Athletic Booster Club (RAB) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1987 to help support Roosevelt athletic programs, beyond what Seattle Public Schools provides.  RAB currently serves 27 teams/sports, each represented by a parent volunteer. We are run by an elected board made up of a President, Treasurer, and Secretary.

What We Do
The primary responsibility of the RAB is to raise money to support sports at Roosevelt. Nearly half of Roosevelt students participate in athletics. Our funding comes from fundraising events, activities, and direct donations from the community. 

RAB helps fund items that stay with the school or benefit an entire team/sport. Our largest financial obligation is helping fund an in-house athletic trainer and her supplies RAB also helps teams pay for: 

  • Uniforms and helmets
  • Equipment like nets and balls 
  • Post-season competition (ie: play-offs, State tournaments)
  • Facility and pool rentals
  • sports software 
  • Training and camps
  • Fingerprinting and background checks for coaches
  • School-wide sports recognition banquets or awards night events

The Booster Club relies on contributions and fundraising to operation. 

Please donate today! 

Note: To donate to the Booster General Fund, first write in your donation amount, then put 100% in the box next to General Fund. If you'd like to donate to both the General Fund and a specific sport, you can split the amount by placing 50% in the General Fund box and 50% in the box next to your chosen sport.

RECENT RHS NEWS

Roosevelt Assistant Soccer Coaches Needed

By Ryan Sherlock 05/13/2022, 12:00pm PDT

The Roosevelt girls soccer team is looking for qualified, passionate and forward thinking assistant soccer coaches for next fall. If you are interested please contact the Athletic Director Ryan Sherlock and apply on line using the link below (posting closes 8/31/2022). Thank you and GO RIDERS!!!

Athletics Assistant Coach – High School (21-22 School Year) – Requisition 19515

Tryout for the 2022-2023 RHS Dance Team

By Linda Ko 05/10/2022, 9:30am PDT

RHS Dance Team tryouts: Roosevelt High School’s award-winning hip-hop dance team (first place in Districts, fourth in State!) is holding tryouts for the upcoming 2022-23 school year. Tryouts will be held immediately after school May 17 to May 19. Interested dancers are encouraged to attend a dance clinic on May 10 after school to learn dance fundamentals (the team will be expanding into jazz/contemporary in addition to hip-hop), refresh skills, and work on picking up choreography before tryouts. Questions? Contact Coach Jordan at jordanfrench6@gmail.com or DM roosevelt_danceteam on Instagram.

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