High school athletics gets funding from various sources and Sparta is no different.  Here is where the resources come from.   

Issaquah School District (ISD) provides resources towards coaching stipends and facilities. These are gathered through property taxes, as well as voter approved maintenance/operations levies and bonds, like the one for our Stadium rebuild. 

Skyline‚Äôs Associated Student Body (ASB) is the primary organization responsible for all facets of student activities. Annual budgets are developed to support Skylines 19 sports teams and over 60 clubs and activities. Athletes must pay participation fees and purchase ASB cards. Community members at some sporting events also help with funding by purchasing tickets. Coaches can establish their own fund raising activity to supplement their annual ASB budget line item, but there are limitations where the money can be used. 

Volunteers can assist their sport as outlined by the Head Coach, whether it is working an event or assisting with needed fundraising.  Many sports at Skyline use the structure of an already established organization to assist in fund management.

Skyline Booster Club (SBC) is a 501C3 volunteer parent organization that works to support all sports and activities through membership dues.  Partial funds from dues can be designated directly to a sport or activity.  In addition, independent team fund raising projects can use the group as a depository for resources outside the scoope of ASB activities. 

Current methods to support a specific project or to make contributions directly to a sport can be found under the Donations tab.