Character education a dominant attribute of high school sports! BFS Magazine tells the story!
High school football is making a lot of news in the last couple of weeks. And it is not good. From athletes in Texas blind siding a ref, to a top college recruit allegedly smearing a painful cream into an opposing player's face, these are the stories being told about high school athletes.
At BFS we acknowledge these sort of events happen, but we firmly reject the notion that they are the norm. We work with 1,000s of students and coaches annually through our Total Program and Be An 11 Seminars and we have seen all the good high school sports brings to individuals, schools and entire communities!
BFS is committed to telling the story of these exceptional young people and their dedicated teachers and coaches. To this end we are making our September / October 2015 BFS Magazine FREE for download for everyone.
Just pass this link out to every student, coach, administrator or parent who needs to know just what great high school athletic programs bring to the community!Male and Female Athletes of the Year!
The BFS High School Male and Female Athletes of the Year is our most prestigious award. It has quite a history, with the male award beginning in 1981 and the female award beginning in 2004. Being an exceptional multi-sport athlete is one quality associated with this award. But more than that, we are looking for young men and women who are, on a scale of one to 10, Elevens. Individuals who excel academically and are focused, grounded, and headed for a great future. We found two such individuals in Emelia Modglin and Deandre McGill.