Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who is on the board and how did they get there?
A: The board is appointed by current board members and elected at
the General Meeting. They are listed on the web site ( click here ).
Q: Who do I make my check out to?
A: Make check payable to “WEB” and mail your check and registration to:
P.O. Box 502
Weatherford, TX 76086
Q: Can I pay by credit card or cash?
A: Yes, we are set up to take credit cards via PayPal through the website. A check, bank cashiers check, and cash can also be submitted; a receipt will be provided.
Q: How much are my fees?
A: The fees are listed on the current year registration form. This does not include the cost of the uniforms which will be purchased later. Uniform cost are estimated to be in the range of $40-$130 depending on the age group.
Q: What do I pay?
A: You pay $50 ($51 online) registration plus a participation fee for each player. The participation fee is indicated on the current year registration form. The family limit for basketball is equal to twice the High School player fee. Other sports family maximums will be determined each season.
Q: What if there is not a team?
A: Every effort will be made to make a team. We will pull up, if possible, to fill a team. BUT we will not deplete the younger team to fill the older team. IF no team is made due to lack of registrations, then your registration will be refunded.
Q: What are the eligibility requirements?
A: Details can be found in the policy and procedures. In summary:
- No Weatherford Express player may have graduated from high school or other school of equal or higher status.
- All players shall be full-time homeschooled students. The student is allowed outside classes under the authority of his parents but cannot be enrolled in a public or private school.
- A player is allowed no more than the maximum allowable hours of dual credit college classes per semester.
- If a private school does not have a program and it does not violate the league rules, a private schooled student may be allowed to play.
Q: Are there tryouts?
A: No, registration determines the team rosters. The high school coaches will determine the split between Varsity and Junior Varsity. There may be occasions where teams may have enough players to form an A and B team. The coaches will determine the make up of each of those teams.
Q: When are practices?
A: Football has Spring Training and seasonal practice starting in August. Spirit Team and Volleyball begin practice in August as well. Basketball practice starts the first Monday after Labor Day. The web site has the current practice schedule for each sport.
Q: When do games start and finish?
A: Volleyball games usually start in late August and finish in December. Basketball games usually start the first week of November. The basketball season ends with the state tournament in late February. Depending on interest, a national tournament (NCHSBC) is available in March.
Q: How are the coaches and assistant coaches for each of the teams selected?
A: The coaches are selected by the sports athletic director and approved by the Board of Directors.
Q: Will other sports be added (i.e., baseball, softball, tennis, etc.)?
A: We are always looking to expand. We have written our policies and procedures as generic as possible to cover additional sports. We added volleyball in 2014 and had a great response. We do need to evaluate the interest, available facilities, organizational resources (directors, coaches, & helpers), cost, season overlaps, etc. before taking on additional sports. Contact the chairman concerning any ideas you may have.