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Tiger Apparel Online Spirit Store

Jun 16, 2015 8:15 AM

CLICK HERE to shop for Tiger apparel and other cool items.

You can customize any item with a logo, design, saying or your name.

A percentage of all sales from the store goes directly to our school!



May 7, 2014 8:42 PM


Ticket information for Northwest Conference events, post-season district events, and post-season WIAA events can be found at this link


B-E Athletic Program Purpose & Philosophy

Sep 30, 2014 6:01 PM


The purpose of the Athletic Program in Burlington-Edison School District schools is to promote, direct, and conduct interscholastic athletics in such a manner as to further the aims of general education, promote friendly relations with other schools, to encourage participation by students, and to teach good sportsmanship.


The Athletic Department is an integral part of the total educational process of Burlington-Edison Schools. Being involved in athletics provides our students with opportunities to develop leadership skills and to learn the ideals of fair play and ethical behavior which are necessary for competition and cooperation in our society. It should also provide our students with the unique opportunities for self‐discipline, self‐sacrifice, and loyalty to the community, the school and the team.

Burlington-Edison Schools encourage all students to participate in athletics by offering a well‐rounded program of interscholastic athletics for both young men and women. Competition and cooperation are prized in our culture, and both are fostered by a well conducted athletic program under competent leadership. Athletics which are regulated to meet educational objectives can provide a major contribution to the physical and moral development of students.

Interscholastic athletics is a voluntary program. Students are not obligated to participate and participation is not required for graduation. Thus, competition in school athletics is a privilege and not a right. Accompanying this privilege is the responsibility to conform to standards established for the school athletic program. This privilege may be revoked if the athlete fails or refuses to comply with the rules.


Our established Core Covenants that all our athletes and coaches will abide by are Character, Leadership, Commitment, and Integrity. We re-established our identity to kick off the 2014-2015 school year.

Go to this link to see our meaning to each of our Tiger Core Covenants and what it should look like in different situations.


Dec 13, 2019 7:26 AM


Sign Up for Schedule Changes...

Mar 26, 2018 10:30 AM

Use the subscribe button (Orange) at the top of schedule tab to the left to sign up for up to the moment notification of schedule changes. With the Spring time upon us many events get rained out in Western Washington, and athletic directors need to make cancellations and changes on a daily basis. You can be notified by email and twitter alerts as soon as they happen, all you need to do to sign up is click on the Orange Subscribe Button or Twitter tab, to be notified. Keep in touch with Tiger Sports!!


For More Information about Tiger Sports...

Mar 21, 2019 6:55 AM

If you are looking for more information about Tiger Sports, i.e. Athletic Office Times, athletic paperwork, Athletic Apparel, Athletic History, etc...just visit this link https://www.be.wednet.edu/b-ehs/athletics/athletics