The Meridian School District works in partnership with our families and our community to educate each student in a safe and supportive learning environment to become a positive contributor to society.
Family of Troy,
Congratulations to the winter athletic teams for another successful season. Great job to boys and girls basketball and wrestling teams!
Spring Sports have begun and are already engaged in early season competition.
Coach Steve Slesk returns to lead the Meridian baseball team to a successful season. The baseball team has won it's first two contests of the season and will look to continue that success throughout the remainder of spring.
The Meridian fastpitch team has competed in their first contests as well. The fastpitch team lost their opener to Lakewood, however in their second contest they were able to gain a victory! The fastpitch team is being led by first year coach Jordan Chambers.
The boys soccer team has returned to the ptich as well. This year's team is looking to build on the success of last year led by coach Joe Spencer. The boys lost their opener against Blaine but is looking to rebound this afternoon in a contest against Anacortes.
The boys and girls golf teams continue to practice and play at North Bellingham Golf Course. The golf teams are experiencing a higher number of athletes and have enjoyed early season success. The girls golf team is coached by Steve Lawrence and the boys are being led by second year coach Bryant D'Hondt.
Finally the boys and girls track team's are out running, hurdling, throwing and vaulting. The track team continues to draw large numbers of student athletes and are focused on continued improvement. The track team will host their first home track meet Thursday March 27th.
Keep up with all of Meridian Trojan athletics, including rainouts, schedule changes, and results at nwcathletics.com.
If you have any questions, please contact Kurt Harvill at 318-2281 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and have a great spring!
Kurt Harvill, Athletic Director
Hello Meridian Community!
The construction at the High School has been completed and the students and community of Meridian are utilizing their new facilities!
We are currently working to complete one of the remaining projects for the gymnasium. The photos that were displayed in the gymnasium foyer have been taken down and are we are looking to return them to their rightful place on the wall. A committee has met over the past year and has reviewed and revised the criteria necessary to earn a photo on the wall. The goal behind this process is to improve the opportunity and equity of earning a photo in this area. In this effort the committee has added some criteria to make it more equitable for the student athletes of Meridian:
1) 1st Team All-State
2) 2nd Team All-State
3) State placing as awarded by WIAA (Cross Country, Track and Wrestling)
4) All State Honorable Mention
5) National Recognition after High School (All-American / Professional)
6) 1st Team All-League in the same sport for two separate years or two different sports
7) All-Whatcom County 1st Team starting in 2005
8) Participation in an All-State Game
The goal behind this is to recognize the rich tradition of success that Meridian High School has experienced in athletics. There are athletes who would qualify for their picture to be displayed, but for whatever reason, are not represented. If your picture is not currently displayed or you met one of the above criteria please send your photo (8X10) to Meridian High School with the following information: your specific accomplishments and the year(s) and your year of graduation. We are hoping to return the photos to the foyer walls later this spring.
Thanks and enjoy the spring!
Kurt Harvill, Athletic Director