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Incoming 2018-19 Freshman: BEHS' Life of a Spartan Athlete event will take place on Wednesday, July 25th from 11am-1pm.  Join us for presentations by current Spartans about what it means to be a student-athlete at BEHS. Topics include balancing academics & athletics, leadership, athletic code, nutrition, and more.  This is a FREE EVENT and lunch is included. Click HERE to RSVP. 

2018-19 ALL SPORTS Kickoff and Information Night for parents and student-athletes is Monday August 6th at 6pm in the Fieldhouse! Get details and info for fall, winter, and spring sports in one exciting night! Put this date on your calendar NOW!
Leave Your Mark on Brookfield East Tennis and Serve the Needs of Future Generations for Years to Come!

After nearly 20 years of wear and tear, BEHS is receiving a much-needed facelift on its tennis courts. The School District of Elmbrook is funding the replacement of the existing nine courts; but in order to pay for other important, desirable enhancements and turn the space into a true tennis facility, we need your help. We would like to add a 10th court to provide more space for our non-cut teams. If additional funds are raised, wed like to add a plaza for teams to gather and spectators to watch, as well as a shade pavilion. Please review this wish list and sponsorship levels and consider making a tax-deductible donation to BEHS Tennis by March 1st. Thank you for your support! Go Spartans!​​​​​​​

Be sure to get your clearance card to participate in spring sports.  All athletes need either a physical OR alternate year card, a signed WIAA form, and a signed concussion policy form.  If you participated in a fall or winter sport you just need to get the clearance card.  Stop in the athletic office with any questions.  Forms are available at link above.
SPARTAN 2020 VISION PROJECT Community Kickoff Event!  See link above for more information.

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