The Woodinville High School Volleyball program is passionate about helping our student athletes become better volleyball players as well as self-confident, determined, resilient, and hard-working individuals. Winning is always one of our goals, but it is not necessarily the most important one. Winning is often a positive result of a program built around players who display integrity, discipline, a strong work ethic, and a deep belief in teamwork.

Our coaching staff strives to guide our athletes to achieve individual and team success while inspiring them to develop rich team relationships, mental fortitude, and strong personal character traits that will serve them for years to come. We believe the young ladies in our program should represent themselves and our school with pride and respect within our community.


About Our WHS Program

Woodinville High School Mission Statement:
The Woodinville High School mission is to become a community of learners, providing a safe, encouraging environment for developing the mind, body and spirit.
Theme: “One Falcon, One Family”
Motto: “Care, Respect, Leadership”

The Woodinville ladies’ volleyball team, carrying a collective grade point average of 3.86, has been named the 2016 Fall 4A WIAA State Academic Champions. The WHS Volleyball program is a back-to-back, two-time State Champion. Eight seniors, Kenzi Oates, Jordyn Janshen, Gabriella Whalen(C), Catherine Johnson, Lauryn Rhinehart, Makenna Barton(C), Devyn Young, and Taylor Rhinehart, were also members of the 2015 winning team. The underclassmen that share this significant accomplishment include: Cate Quilantang, Colleen File, Madison Lundquist, Sierra McKissick, and Janett Ramirez. Congratulations to these accomplished student athletes and the coaching staff.