Kentridge High School Water Polo is a program that has existed for nearly 30 years. Boasting core tenets of resilience, integrity and camaraderie- our water polo program has found success by many metrics, placing multiple times in the state tournament. Despite Kent not benefitting from the same, ripe aquatics history of regions to the north and south, our teams past and present have found ways to stand tall time and time again. We are self funded and run without direct school support. While it does provide its share of obstacles, we're proud of this fact and excited for the future as well. Find out more about our past teams and alumni.
About the Sport
Water Polo is not an official high school sport in Washington State High Schools under the WIAA. Water Polo finds its foothold domestically at the club level, college level, select summer leagues and in high schools where governing bodies allow it to exist. In Washington State Schools it resides in High School clubs that self support and fund these teams. A more ready support can be found in states where it is recognized. On the West Coast, Oregon and California are both some of these places. Water Polo is most recognizable at the Olympics and Abroad. Some of the best teams can be found in European countries, where you can also find Water Polo at the professional level.
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Aside from playing in and around high schools in the Puget Sound area, Kentridge Boys Water Polo Team finds home at Lindbergh High School Pool, as do the rest of Kentridge High School affiliated aquatics programs.