Become a Coach

Benefits of Coaching

Each year, over 1400 coaches choose to support athletics at DCPS. Coaches are the lifeblood of our program and allow us to offer high-quality opportunities to students of all ages. Coaches have a life-long impact on student-athletes helping by developing deep relationships and growing student's skills on and off the field. Coaches also serve as steady role-models for our athletes and contribute to a vibrant DC community.​

Open Positions

We are always seeking new coaches to support our student-athletes. You should contact the athletic director or principal of the school you are interested in coaching. If you are interested in coaching a particular sport, you should contact the relevant sport coordinator who can inform you of any openings and make introductions to school athletic directors. Once you've been offered a position by the school's principal, and complete all coaching certifications.

We also know of a few specific positions that are currently open:​​​​

  • Anacostia – HS Baseball

  • Anacostia – HS Football

  • Anacostia – HS Tennis

  • Banneker – HS Volleyball Assistant

  • Cardozo – HS Cheer

  • Dunbar – HS Softball

  • HD Woodson – HS Cheer

  • HD Woodson – HS Wrestling 

  • Jackson-Reed – HS Boys Lacrosse

  • McKinley Tech – HS Volleyball

  • McKinley Tech – HS Boys Soccer

  • McKinley Tech – HS Girls Soccer

  • McKinley Tech – HS Bowling

  • McKinley Tech – HS Softball

  • McKinley Tech – HS Baseball

  • Ron Brown – HS Football Assistants

  • Ron Brown – HS Track and Field

  • Stuart-Hobson – MS Baseball

  • Stuart-Hobson – MS Boys & Girls Lacrosse

  • SWW @ Francis-Stevens – MS Boys Lacrosse

  • SWW @ Francis-Stevens – MS Cross Country

  • SWW @ Francis-Stevens – MS Girls Lacrosse

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