Tickets are available for purchase online 2 days before events.
If you have a new sports physical, please send it to Brigett Hanson by mail, email email@example.com , or FAX 651-683-6910.
To see the date of your sports physical we have on file, please go to your Campus Parent Portal and click on Athletics. Please know that the MN High School League considers sports physicals "valid" for 3 years from the date seen.
Activity buses require students to have a pass to ride. Please request a pass for your student by completing this form. https://forms.gle/1d7tS9J7aLvhmAUY7 Passes can be picked up in the Main Office.
Thank you for officiating or working at an Eagan High School Event! We appreciate you!
NEW! District 196 has transitioned to an electronic voucher for officials and event workers. All event workers, both employees and independent contractors, will fill out event information online and submit to the host school’s activities department. The link for our online voucher is below. Please do not submit until the event has occurred.
NOTE: Each school in District 196 has a unique voucher form specific to that school. Individuals who work events for different schools within the district MUST complete the form respective to the host school for each event. This will guarantee more privacy for personal information submitted, increase accuracy of information and most importantly speed up the rate of payment for all workers in District 196. Please call Brigett Hanson at 651-683-6907 if you have any questions about this process. Thanks for your work as an official!
f you have not completed a W-9 for District 196 (Apple Valley, Eagan, Eastview, Rosemount) you will need to do so. I have attached one for you. Please email this to Brigett Hanson or Sandra Setter or Pam.Stanley@district196.org
Please make sure that on the team webpage that you are on the correct year. This is in the upper right corner of the page.
4185 Braddock Trail
Eagan, MN 55123
Phone 651-683-6900 (main office)
We are the Wildcats!
At Eagan, we are an education based, co-curricular athletic department. This means our Wildcat teams are an extension of the classroom and the school. Our collective transformational purpose statement and our definition of success is that we are Developing Eagan Athletes to be Great Teammates and Better People. We prepare, practice and play to win every contest because the scoreboard is important, but it is not our purpose.
Eagan High School offers over 30 different athletics programs designed to meet the interests of our students. Eagan High School recognizes the value and importance of athletics programs as a part of a solid educational program and its Triple A philosophy. Participation in the athletics programs is a privilege and can be a valuable part of the overall school experience. It contributes to the emotional, physical, and intellectual development of our students, helping prepare them to become productive, contributing people in their community.
Athletics at Eagan High School builds community through the engagement of students, staff, parents, alumni, and all members of our school community. We take pride in knowing that our coaches and student-athletes are all representatives of our Wildcat school community. Athletic teams generate excitement across the school, help strengthen bonds amongst our school community, build loyalty in a healthy manner, and give our school community yet another reason to be proud and celebrate all that is Eagan High School.
The Eagan Wildcats compete in the South Suburban Conference, belong to Region 3AA and are members of the Minnesota State High School League.