Birmingham Public Schools is proud of the exceptional athletes and athletic departments in the district. Whether BPS students are running to the finish line, scoring a goal, building up their teammates or bringing the community together, sports programs within the district offer opportunities to push the limits.
Athletic Pages by School
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BCS physical education teacher, Bill Johansson, was recently inducted into the Albion College Hall of Fame for track and football.
Coach Flaherty offered students with special needs a night under the lights this fall during the third Victory Night event on Oct. 15. The event offered middle and high school students with special needs an opportunity to play football and serve as cheerleaders for a game on the field, with the help and support of their Groves peers.
Kudos to Groves coach Brendan Flaherty led the Varsity Football players to win the OAA Blue Division Championship. Congratulations also to the Groves Girls Cross Country team, led by coach Jim Sherman, won the OAA Blue Division Championship.
Congratulations to Leon Braisted, seventh/eighth grade teacher at BCS. He and his team earned his third straight and fifth overall Seaholm Girls Golf championship this fall.
Congratulations go to Groves student Mary Sumner Kauffman on her state finals qualification in Girls Golf, coached by Andre White. Groves coaches Megan Kolar and Ashley Nichols brought the Pom Pon team to a third place finish at the annual High Kick competition.
Seaholm Girls Cross Country, led by coach Jeff Devantier, won the State Championship while the Boys Tennis team, led by coach Keith Cullen, won the Boys Tennis Regional Championship this fall. Seaholm Coach Heather Lippert led her team to the Volleyball League Championship as well.