Booster Club

Tim Morgan with speaker, Craig McCordEne-liis Arrowsmith'91, Bob Matthews and Meagan Dockter '91










What is the Saints Booster Club?
We are a group of parents, alumni, relatives, and friends dedicated to promoting and enhancing the athletic program at Seattle Lutheran High School (SLHS). We believe athletics, teamwork, and competition are part of the education of an individual who contributes to the community.

The Boosters help raise money to support athletics at SLHS primarily through fund-raising activities such as Saints logo merchandise sales, concession sales, and individual and corporate donations.IMG_2602

There is no charge to be a member of the Booster Club. Membership in the Saints Booster Club is open to all interested in the enhancement of the athletic programs at SLHS. Did you know that 82% of students participate in at least one sport at SLHS? Get involved today and make a difference! Your donation of time, talent, and treasure makes it possible to provide all these programs and services to our student-athletes that promote Saint Pride among our students, parents, alumni, faculty, and fans.

If you choose to make a tax-deductible donation to the athletic program at SLHS, there are four levels of sponsorship as follows:

Booster Level – $ 50 to $ 99 donation
Friend Level – $100 to $249 donation
Angel Level – $250 to $499 donation
Saint Level – $500 and above donation

Please call the SLHS Office for more information – 206.937.7722.

Stacy Williamson, Brian Williamson '91 and Mark WilliamsonSaints Booster Club Wish List

  • New transportation for athletic teams.
  • Remodel men’s and women’s locker rooms

Why Become an Active Member?

  • Rally additional funds to promote and enhance the athletic programs
  • Promote Saint Pride among our student-athletes and earn PIP hours at the same time

Booster Club Officers

Scott Okabayashi President
Open Vice President
Cass Prindle Treasurer
Greta Thode Secretary
Sally Heit Senior Class Rep.
Open Junior Class Rep.
Mark Zoffel Sophomore Class Rep.
Angela Terlouw Freshman Class Rep.