Middle School Athletics
During the middle level years, a student undergoes significant physical, social, intellectual, and emotional change. Middle level athletic programs in BVSD are designed to address the needs and characteristics of middle level students; developing a positive sense of self, developing empathy for others, and building confidence to engage the broader world.
The intramural program provides an introduction to athletics with an emphasis on participation and enjoyment of physical activity while participating on a team. The program offers approximately three weeks to practice and learn, and it concludes with a culminating activity with other Boulder Valley intramural teams. The intramural offerings are:
6th/7th Flag Football
6th/7th Girls Volleyball
6th/7th Girls Soccer
6th/7th Boys Basketball
6th/7th Girls Basketball
6th/7th/8th Boys Soccer
6th/7th/8th Girls Soccer
The interscholastic athletic program provides a transition between the intramural programs of the 6th and 7th grade levels and the more competitive high school program. The program offers continued emphasis on participation and enjoyment of physical activity while allowing increased attention to coaching and skill development, with six to eight contests with other schools.
8th Girls Basketball
8th Boys Basketball
8th Girls Volleyball
6th/7th/8th Cross Country
6th/7th/8th Alpine Ski
NOTE: Registration for all middle level activities and athletics can be found on your school's website.
BVSD has a concussion management plan to care for student-athletes.
Athletes are encouraged to drink water during all physical activities to prevent significant dehydration.
NO PLACE outside is safe when thunderstorms are in the area!!
Education involves the process of living in the present, understanding the past, and preparing for the future.
Education is a lifelong pursuit of learning and sharing with others. Behavioral changes reflect learning when there is personal discovery of knowledge based upon meaningful relationships to persons, concepts, and the environment. Hence, middle level education should seek to assist students in clarifying and accepting responsibility for their personal values and beliefs. During the middle level years, a student undergoes significant physical, social, intellectual, and emotional change. Thus, middle level programs must be unique in design, diverse, and individualized to address the needs and characteristics of middle level students; developing a positive sense of self, developing empathy for others, and building confidence to engage the broader world. Clearly, this design calls for programming that supports inquiry, emphasizes teamwork, and encourages exploration.