The Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) middle school intramurals program is a planned extension of the physical education instructional programs. Although the athletic program offers a higher level of competition, its primary purpose is to provide the opportunity for advanced skill development for all 7th and 8th graders with interests and/or talents. Students are able to ride the Activity busses home on Wednesdays and Thursdays only.
Athletic Coordinator: Jeff Brink
Sports Offered at West MS
Virtual Winter Athletic Seasons
The middle school interscholastic athletics program is available for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade and consists of three virtual sport seasons, including fall (cross country and softball), winter (basketball), and spring (soccer). The middle school virtual athletic seasons consists of two student-athlete and coach engagement sessions per week, for a total of six engagement sessions over the course of approximately three to four weeks. The winter virtual season is scheduled to occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays after-school, beginning on October 27th, 2020 and finishing on November 20th, 2020.
Virtual Soccer Registration
The middle school interscholastic athletics program is available for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade. The spring virtual season is scheduled to occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays after-school, beginning on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 and finishing on Thursday, December 17, 2020.
All students participating in the spring virtual season, as part of the MCPS interscholastic athletics program, must complete the online registration process. Registration is done electronically through the Julius West MS Athletics Registration form Athletics Registration form or de Contrato de Participación Virtual en Deportes which is also posted on the school’s website. Students and parents/guardians who have difficulty with registration should contact Jeff Brink at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any 7th and 8th grade student who is interested in trying out for any of the Julius West teams must meet the following requirements:
To Try Out:
- -Submit a parent permission form. Click here to download the form: Athletics Permission Form
- -Have or obtain a physical from a doctor within the last two years. Click here to download the physical form: Current Health Inventory
- -Meet academic standards-must maintain a 2.0 average with no more then one “E” from the previous marking period.
- -Meet age requirements.
Once on a Team:
- Must submit a completed medical card.
MCPS form 560-30(PDF)
- Must submit a completed Transportation Form
MCPS form 560-31(PDF)