Athletics

Branton School sponsors a variety of inter-school activities for boys and girls as part of a balanced program of physical education. School teams enhance the opportunity for students to develop further their physical skills, physical fitness, social skills, attitudes, knowledge, and understanding. 

The following school teams are offered depending on the availability of coaches and facilities: 

  • Cross Country Running
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Wrestling (boys and girls)
  • Badminton
  • Track and Field

Students learn and grow when they are educated in a positive environment. We have made a commitment to making competitive experiences as positive and educational as possible, for the athletes, officials, coaches, and spectators. Student athletes are recognized in three assemblies per year.

Intramurals

Our intramural activities are an extension of the regular Physical Education Program and provide an opportunity for students to participate in an organized recreational activity. Intramurals are held over the lunch hour most days. The fitness room is also open at lunch. While participation is voluntary, students are encouraged to participate, make new friends, and have fun. Opportunities exist for team competitions, individual competitions, clubs, and self­-directed activities (by signing out equipment from our sports room). 

Activities may include:

  • Tug-­of­-War
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Capture the Flag
  • Special Events

Schedules 

Please use the following links to access a variety of information for our sports teams.

Volleyball - Entire schedule 2018

Boys Volleyball Schedule 2018

Girls Volleyball Schedule 2018

Boys Soccer Schedule - September 2018

Boys Soccer Schedule - October 2018

Girls Soccer Schedule 2018

Cross Country Schedule 2018

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