Welcome to the home of the Chaska Hawks!
Chaska High School offers over 30 different athletics programs designed to meet the interests of our students. These programs are an opportunity and a privilege afforded to students in our Chaska school community.
We are an educational athletics program, and as such, we believe strongly that our purpose is to promote lifelong personal growth and development. Student participation will encourage individual development by providing opportunities for leadership, sportsmanship, fellowship, teamwork, commitment to goal achievement, character building, communication skills, competition and school pride. Through their involvement in our programs, student-athletes are expected to improve their decision making processes, develop self discipline and self esteem, respect individual differences, and promote a healthy attitude toward addressing challenges. We believe these are the characteristics that will support a successful high school program and a successful future for our student-athletes, wherever their path may lead. Students are highly encouraged to become active in a variety of activities while attending Chaska High School.
The Chaska Hawks compete in the Metro West Conference and are members of the Minnesota State High School League. Chaska High School has won over 148 Conference Championships, participated in over 165 State Tournaments, and has won State Championships in Boys’ Basketball, Dance Team, Girls’ Golf, Adapted Softball, and Volleyball!
EXCELLENCE. TRADITION. COMMUNITY.
The 2017-18 school year will provide Chaska students a comprehensive program of athletics offerings during the fall, winter, and spring seasons. For information on 17-18 athletics offerings, official start dates, and program fees, check out 2017-18 Chaska Hawks...read more
Our Chaska Hawks online registration system for athletics will be accepting registrations for the 2017-2018 school year beginning Monday, July 10, 2017. Student-athletes can register at www.chaskahawksregistration.com A reminder that all student-athletes must be...read more