High School Extra-Curricular Activities

Bozeman School District #7 is a member of the Montana High School Association and competes in Class “AA” for the following activities; Basketball, Cross Country, Fastpitch, Football, Golf, Soccer, Speech & Debate, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling. The school district also offers cheer and dance as non-competitive activities. High school teams compete against the following Class “AA” schools in the state; Belgrade High, Billings Senior, Billings Skyview, Billings West, Butte High, Helena Capital, Helena High, Great Falls High, Great Falls-CMR, Missoula Big Sky, Missoula Hellgate, Missoula Sentinel, Flathead-Glacier High, Flathead-Kalispell. The activities season is established by the Montana High School Association that includes pre-season and postseason competitions.

Boys’ Basketball:

The varsity season includes 18-regular season games, a divisional tournament, and a state tournament for the varsity team if they qualify.  There are four teams at the high school level:  varsity, junior varsity, sophomore, freshman.This is a tryout activity with cuts at all levels. Season runs from mid-November through mid-March.

Girls’ Basketball:

The varsity season includes 18-regular season games, a divisional tournament, and a state tournament for the varsity team if they qualify.  There are four teams at the high school level:  varsity, junior varsity, sophomore, freshman. This is a tryout activity with cuts at all levels. Season runs from mid-November through mid-March.

Cheerleading:

The cheerleading squads are responsible for cheering and promoting sportsmanship at all assigned events. This is a tryout activity with cuts. Season runs from mid-August through mid-March.

Cross-Country (Girls and Boys):

The varsity and junior varsity teams are made up of freshman through senior students. This is a no cut activity. Season runs from mid-August through late October. 

Dance:

The dance team is responsible for performing at all fall and winter assigned events.  Ten to fifteen dancers are chosen for the varsity fall/winter team. This a tryout activity with cuts. Season runs from mid-August through mid-March.

Girls’ Fastpitch Softball:

Approximately 15 players are on the rosters for both varsity and junior varsity squads. This is a tryout activity with cuts. Season runs from early March through late May.

Football:

There are four organized football teams at the senior high level:  a freshman team, sophomore team, junior varsity team and the varsity team. Teams are formed based on participation numbers at each level. The varsity plays a 10-game regular season with a playoff bracket leading to the state championship. This is a no cut activity. Season runs from mid-August through late November.

Golf (Girls and Boys):

 Season runs from mid-August through early October. There is a divisional and state tournament.  Two teams comprise the group—varsity and junior varsity.  Practices are held at the local golf courses.  Memberships at local clubs are not required to be on the golf team.  The students are responsible for their own equipment and transportation to and from practices. This is a tryout activity with cuts.

Intramural Basketball and Volleyball (Girls and Boys):

With the intramural basketball program, students have the choice of forming their own boys', girls' or coed teams. 

Intramural basketball begins at the end of November. Each player must turn in a completed intramural form and pay a $45.00 participation fee. 

Intramural volleyball begins early April.  Each player must turn in a completed intramural form and pay a $45.00 participation fee.  

Soccer (Girls and Boys):

The varsity season includes 14-regular season games, a divisional tournament, and a state tournament for the varsity team if they qualify.  There are two teams at the high school level:  varsity and junior varsity. The is a tryout activity with cuts at all levels. Season runs from mid-August through late October/early November.

Speech and Debate:

The speech and debate team is composed of interested freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior students.  The activity offers competition in Varsity and Novice Debate, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Parliamentary Debate, Extemporaneous, Impromptu and Expository Speaking, Original Oratory, Memorized Public Address and Humorous, Serious and Duo Interpretation of Literature. This is a no cut activity. Season runs from early  October to mid-February with winners at the District National Forensics League meet traveling to a national tournament in June.

Swimming (Girls and Boys):

Varsity swimming involves eight individual events and three relays. Practices are held at the Bozeman Swim Center, membership is not required. This is a no cut activity. Season runs from mid-November through mid-February. 

Tennis (Girls and Boys):

The varsity teams are composed of the twelve best boys and the twelve best girls; all other tennis participants will play on the junior varsity until the opportunity to make varsity occurs. There are divisional and a state tournament for teams/players that qualify. This is a tryout activity with cuts. Season runs from early March through late May.

Track (Girls and Boys):

There are two teams at the high school level, varsity and junior varsity. There are divisional and a state tournament for teams/players that qualify. This is a no cut activity. Season runs from early March through late May.

Girls’ Volleyball:

The varsity season includes regular season games, a divisional tournament, and a state tournament for the varsity team if they qualify.  There are four teams at the high school level:  varsity, junior varsity, sophomore, freshman. This is a tryout activity with cuts at all levels. Season runs from mid-August through mid-November.

Wrestling(Girls and Boys):

There are two teams at the high school, varsity and junior varsity. There are divisional and a state tournament for teams/athletes that qualify. This is a no cut activity. Season runs from mid-November through mid-February.


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