Erwin Warriors


The purpose of all eligibility rules and regulations is to keep competition equitable and to maintain athletics in proper perspective in relation to the total educational program.  The following regulations are considered as minimum standards for each local administrative unit to follow in maintaining the highest possible standards relative to its interscholastic athletic program.

1.  Age:  A student may not participate on a 7th or 8th grade team if he or she turns 15 years old on or before August 31st of the current school year.

2.  Attendance:  A student must be in attendance at least 85% of the previous and current nine weeks grading period.

3.  Residence:  A student must participate at the school to which he or she is assigned  by the local board of education.  No student may participate in the FBMSC if they are  attending a private school, charter school, or home school.

4.  Academic Guideline:  Upon entering 7th grade, students will be eligible  until the end of the first 9 week grading period. A student must pass 3 of the 4 core classes on a  nine week report card to be deemed academically eligible during the next 9 week  grading period. 

5.  Participation of Eligibility:  From the students’ date of entry into the 7th grade,   he/she will have four consecutive semesters of eligibility, regardless of medical   hardship.

6.  Transfers:

  • A student transfer by the Board of Education from one district to another (Schedule C) is not eligible until the next semester.
  • A student dismissed from a team for behavior or academics is ineligible for participation of that season.
  • There are no regulations for residency changes.





      A player must receive a medical examination 
     once every three hundred sixty-five days by a
 physician licensed to practice medicine in order to     
   be eligible 
for practice or participation in 
    interscholastic athletic contests.  A copy of this 
 physical exam is to be given to the coach and will be 
  kept on file by the coach or athletic director.


A mandatory one time yearly fee of $40 is required by each athlete. This fee includes the following:  A BCS transportation fee $35.00 and supplemental insurance fee of $5.00.