The Blue Valley School District activities program will provide developmentally appropriate opportunities for students to explore and develop interests and talents in a wide variety of activities and academically related areas. Extra-curricular and co-curricular activities in high schools are a significant part of the total educational experience available to students. These activities are an extension of the classroom and contribute immeasurably to a positive school climate. Participation in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities is strongly encouraged because students learn teamwork, grow physically and emotionally, develop a sense of belonging and enhance their self-image. Participation in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities is a privilege and differs from a student’s right to general education. 


    The Blue Valley School District believes that:

    • Activities create opportunities for students to develop leadership and teamwork skills, to build self-esteem, to take risks in meeting personal challenges and to develop into well-rounded citizens.

    • Activities provide unique learning experiences for students and promote scholastic achievement as a fundamental basis for a well-balanced activity program.

    • Participation in competition fosters academic, physical, emotional and social growth.

    • Activities promote positive relationships among schools, coaches, teachers, sponsors, parents, students and the community.

    • School and community cooperation promote quality activity/athletic programs.

    • An essential element of a strong activity/athletic program is in teaching and modeling character and good​ sportsmanship.

    • Quality activity programs require commitment, organization and a vision.

    • Students deserve the best coaches/sponsors, facilities and programs that the school district is able to provide.

    • Good coaches/sponsors are those that develop positive relationships with students and parents, help balance the demands on students, are role models of integrity and communicate positively and effectively.

    • Activity programs are to be provided in the safest possible environment.

    • All activities are equal in their value and importance.​

    High school activities and athletics

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    Activities tied to a specific class, Debate/Forensics, Newspaper, Yearbook




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    Baseball - Spring (Boys only), Basketball - Winter, Bowling - Winter, Cheerleading, Cross Country - Fall, Football - Fall, Golf - Fall (Girls) and Spring (Boys), Soccer - Fall (Boys) and Spring (Girls), Softball - Spring (Girls only), Swimming - Winter (Boys) and Spring (Girls), Tennis - Fall (Girls) and Spring (Boys), Track - Spring, Volleyball - Fall (Girls only), Unified Bowling - Fall, Wrestling - Winter



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    Instrumental Music, Orchestra, Theater, Vocal Music




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    Other Clubs/Organizations

    Academic Decathlon, Art Club, Categories/Scholar Bowl, DECA/FBLA, Diversity Club, Environmental Club, FCCLA, KAY Club, National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society, Prom Committee, REbeL, Technology Student Association, and a variety of teacher-initiated or student-initiated clubs.



  • Students registering for Athletics must have a current physical examination form submitted for review before the student is authorized to participate in practice or tryouts. The Physical Examination shall not be taken earlier than May 1 preceding the school year for which it is applicable. Click here for instructions on submitting a completed physical exam. 





  • High School - Athletic or Activity Directors

    Middle School - Assistant Principals

    Elementary School - Principals​​