• Volleyball:
    Mandatory athlete/parent meeting: August 11th: 6:00-7:00pm in BHS commons (only 1 parent/athlete allowed to attend and everyone needs to have a mask)
    Tryouts: Aug. 13th & 14th: Grades 10-12 (7:30-10:30)/(3:00-5:00)
    Grade 9 (9:30-12:30)/(4:00-6:00)
    Practice Starts: Aug. 15th (9:00-12:00)

    Football:
    August 10th-14th (Two Sessions Per Day)
    Varsity: 9AM-Noon (Helmets and Cleats Only)
    Freshmen: 9:30 AM-11:30 AM (Helmets and Cleats Only)
    Walk-Through Practice/Meeting: 5 PM-6 PM (For grades 9-12/Helmets and Cleats Only)
    Second Equipment Checkout will be this Friday from 10 AM- Noon.
    Seniors: 10:00-10:30
    Juniors: 10:30-11:00
    Sophomores: 11:00-11:30
    Freshmen: 11:30-Noon

    Cross Country:
    Grades 9-12
    Parent Meeting: Tuesday, August 11th 7:45pm in the BHS Commons
    First Practice: Thursday, August 13 8:00am in Room 606 (Upstairs South Entrance)

    Grades 6-8
    Parent Meeting: Thursday, August 13th 7:30pm in the BHS Commons
    First Practice: Thursday, August 13th 8:00am MMS Softball Field (North Side Parking Lot

    Boys Soccer: August 3-13: M-F- 4:00-5:30pm Parent Mtg: Aug 6 @ 5:30 Fishback Fields

    Girls Soccer: Aug 3-7: M(3rd),W(5th),F(7th)-7:30-9:30am; T(4th), TH(6th)-4:30-6:30pm; Aug 10-13:-M(10th),W(12th)-7:30-9:00am & 4:30-6:00pm; T(11th), TH(13th)-4:30-6:30pm Parent Mtg: Aug 6 @ 6:30-7:30 Fishback Fields

    Competitive Cheer: Aug 3-21:-8:00-10:00am

    Competitive Dance: Aug 10: Choreography Camp

    Boys Golf: Player/Parent meeting Wednesday, August 5, 5:30pm @ BHS Commons.
    Tryouts start Mon. Aug. 10 @ 8:00am.

    Girls Tennis: Starts Mon., Aug. 10-4:00-5:30pm @ Hillcrest Tennis Courts

Department Overview

  • 2020 Summer Camps

    Physical Options/Form 

    Activity Participation Packet

    2020 BHS Back to Play Plan (COVID-19)


     

     

    Greetings Bobcat Fans!

    Here at Brookings High School our hope is that our activities support the academic mission of the school. They are not a diversion but rather an extension of a good educational program. Bobcat students who participate in activity programs tend to have higher grade-point averages, better attendance records, lower dropout rates and fewer discipline problems than students generally. Bobcat Activity programs provide valuable lessons for practical situations - teamwork, sportsmanship, winning and losing, and hard work. Through participation in activity programs, students learn self-discipline, build self-confidence and develop skills to handle competitive situations. These are qualities the public expects schools to produce in students so that they become responsible adults and productive citizens.

     Small Bobcat GO BOBCATS!

    Randy Soma, Activities Administrator

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