DoDDS Okinawa

On Base: 634-1204
Off Base: 961-1204

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DoDEA Pacific Far East Activities
Area Wide Activities & Athletic Championships

All DoDDS Okinawa District schools have activities and clubs available for students. Clubs and after school activities vary from school to school and from year to year, they are dependent on school staff who act as club sponsors. For more information on school clubs please visit each school's website to find out what unique clubs are offered at their school.

Okinawa Activities Council

Both Kadena and Kubasaki HS compete with local secondary schools throughout the school year through the efforts of the Okinawa Activities Council (OAC). Meetings are held at least once a month during the school year. The OAC serves as an articulation board between FEAC and the J

High School Sports

 Fall Sports
 Winter Sports
 Spring Sports
  • Cheerleading (Co-ed)
  • Cross Country (Co-ed)
  • Football (Boys)
  • JROTC Marksmanship (Co-ed)
  • Tennis (Co-ed)
  • Volleyball (Girls)
  • Basketball (Boys/Girls)
  • Wrestling (Co-ed)
  • Cheerleading (Co-ed)
  • JROTC Drill (Co-ed)
  • Baseball (Boys)
  • Golf (Co-ed)
  • Soccer (Boys/Girls)
  • Softball (Girls)
  • Track & Field (Co-ed)

Host Nation Sports Etiquette

Players, parents and others visiting local schools in Okinawa for athletic contests that are held in a gym should bring an extra pair of shoes or slippers because no street shoes are allowed.  If you come unprepared, you will have to have bare feet or socks. Some schools allow streets shoes only when they have outdoor access to the upper stands. At all entrances there is place for taking off shoes. You can store them there or you can carry them inside.

Okinawa Basketball Game
  • Keep in mind that school may still be in session when you arrive.

  • Other activities/practices will most likely be happening simultaneously in the gym/area that you are participating.

  • As players enter the gym they should bow either individually or as a team and give the appropriate greeting of Konnichiwa or Konbanwa (depending on the time of day). Greet all adults at the game with the proper greeting for that time of day.

  • Prior to the game starting, both teams starting members stand on their side of the court and bow as the Officials blow the whistle to signal the start of the game. The same is done at the completion of the contest.

  • All players on both benches stand until the whistle is blown. At this time, all players move to the front of the opponent’s bench and greet the coach and he may give some type of feedback from the game played.

  • Thank the Officials for calling the game…even if it was bad!!!

  • Make sure we clean our areas as the game is played. The bench areas tend to get a bit messy with water bottles, trash and towels.

  • You may want to have a stash of toilet paper…just in case the school you’re visiting doesn’t.

  • Be prepared to graciously accept any officials offered at the host school. It may be students from another squad.