Krista Eisenman, Secretary
The District Athletic Program, under the direction of the Office of Secondary Academic Affairs, is responsible for athletic programs at the middle schools and high schools.
The Westerville Central, North and South High School Athletic Programs offer varsity sports including cheerleading to the student-athletes in our schools. These student- athletes also have the opportunity to participate in various club sports. Additionally, Blendon, Genoa, Heritage and Walnut Springs Middle Schools offer select sports for both seventh and eighth grade student-athletes within Westerville City Schools. The Athletic Programs at our middle and high schools serve as an extension of the school curriculum where participants develop many skills and qualities essential for future success. The quest for excellence through competition, teamwork, leadership, victory, handling defeat and discipline are strong foundations that the Westerville City School District hopes each person will carry with them in developing a successful life.
In reality, the people who know what life is all about have stood in the arena through victory and defeat, not always attaining their goals, but accepting the challenge of having done their best and working within the concept of the team.
----Philosophy from district coaches handbook
Individual Building Athletic Programs
Andy Ey, Athletic Director
Athletic Office: (614) 797-6802
Vicki Saunders, Athletic Director
Athletic Office: (614) 797-6241
Scott Dorne, Athletic Director
Athletic Office: (614) 797-6004
Richard Gould, Athletic Director
Rob Kuhn, Athletic Director
Ron Hoch, Athletic Director
Athletic Office: (614) 797-6627
Chad Clark, Athletic Director