Fall 2021 Athletics Registration is now Closed for:
If you submitted a physical for BCS Athletics for the 2020-2021, please fill out the Health Questionnaire and return to the front office. Current physicals submitted need to be dated April 15, 2021 or later.
Per the MHSAA, indoor sports players, coaches and spectators need to be masked.
Extra-Curricular and School Sports Programs
UPDATE: 6th graders are allowed to be full members of any team or individual sport at BCS. Sixth grade students may be on the roster, but no 7th or 8th grade student will be cut to make room for a 6th grade student.
At BCS, our athletic program is an extension of and integral to the total educational program. The program offers each student an opportunity for self-growth, development of physical skills, fitness, sportsmanship, team work and the satisfaction found in competition. Our program builds character though positive and meaningful experiences that develop the "whole" student-athlete. We encourage broad participation in all athletics. We feel there is much to be gained by being a member of the team, by belonging to a group, by following all the rules and regulations of that group, and by being identified as one of our BCS Student Athletes. Athletics can be one of the most rewarding aspects of a student's education.
See the Athletic Registration page for registration and participation details and forms.
BCS Athletic Schedules may be found at www.birmingham-covington.bigteams.com/
There will be No Buses for athletes for fall athletics. BCS families will need to provide transportation for their student athlete(s) to all competitions not on BCS property.
6 - 8 Grade Athletics Update
In an effort to ensure that student-athletes receive the appropriate professional attention for head injuries, the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA), will begin to provide student athletes with additional insurance that is intended to pay accident medical benefits resulting from a suspected concussion when participating in MHSAA covered activities. Please see the following links/documents for more details.
Coverage Explanation Letter from MHSAA
Letter with Instructions on How to File a Claim