Briar Middle School participates in interscholastic competition in football, cheerleading, cross country, basketball, volleyball, swimming, wrestling and track. All students who participate must meet the academic standards and other requirements set forth by Perkins Schools and the O.H.S.A.A. Before participating in any practice sessions, students must have a completed O.H.S.A.A. Pre-participation Physical Examination Form, Summary of Training Rules, and Acknowledgement of Risk cards on file. The same rules apply to cheerleaders and managers.

Activity fees must be paid prior to the student participating in the first game.
Perkins Middle School athletics are a part of the Sandusky Bay Conference for junior high sports. Eligible 7th and 8th graders may participate in the athletic programs that are offered at Briar. Sixth grade students may be managers for our middle school sports programs, but are not eligible to participate in any meets, games, or events.


In compliance with OHSAA regulations, to be eligible, a student athlete must be currently enrolled in a member school and have received passing grades in 5 subjects in which enrolled the immediately preceding grading period.  For eligibility, summer school grades may not be used to substitute for failing grades received in the final grading period of the regular school year, or for lack of enough courses taken the preceding grading period.  If a student is fifteen (15) years of age prior to August 1, that student is ineligible that school year in grades seven and eight. However, the student is eligible to participate in athletics in grades 9-12.