• The Broward County Middle School Athletic Association (MSAA) of Broward County Public Schools is committed to building leaders through sportsmanship, citizenship, and fair play. MSAA currently oversees 59 public and charter middle schools and 8 different sports. The MSAA sports are Soccer, Cross Country, Golf, Basketball, Track & Field Events, Flag Football, Volleyball, and Floorball.  

    All student-athletes must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.  Students who fall below this standard are ineligible to play.

  • Athletics play an important part in a child's life. Team sports and activities promote good physical health, social skills, and communication skills. When students learn to work together as a team, they build a foundation for good sportsmanship. 

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Behavior Expectations

  • The following guidelines and policies will govern any athlete that is a member of the Lauderhill 6 - 12 STEM-MED Athletic Program. Being a member of our athletic program is a privilege and not a right. By modeling responsible behavior, our student-athletes can make a tremendous contribution to our school.

    1.         All student-athletes will conduct themselves in a manner that coincides with the guidelines listed in the Broward County Code of Student Conduct or the student-athlete may be dismissed from the team.

    2.         All student-athletes are expected to always conduct themselves in a respectful and courteous manner in the classroom, at practices, games, and during any team/school function, etc. or the student-athlete may be dismissed from the team.

    3.         Any student-athlete who is externally suspended from school will be automatically and immediately dismissed from the team, per administrative review.

    4.         Any student-athlete who receives internal suspension during a season may be subject to loss of playing time at the coach’s discretion.

    5.         It is the responsibility of the student-athlete to report to practice on time. Excessive tardiness to practice may result in a loss of playing time or dismissal from the team at the coach’s discretion.

    6.         Any student-athlete who accumulates two or more unexcused absences from practices or games may be dismissed from the team at the coach’s discretion.

    7.         To be eligible to play sports, all student-athletes must have an overall 2.0 GPA from the prior quarter and must have passed at least 5 out of 6 classes, per SBBC Policy. In addition, athletes must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA during the season. 

    8.         All student-athletes are expected to wear proper athletic attire for practice and games (athletic shirt, athletic shorts, and athletic shoes).  Student-Athletes are expected to be responsible for their own gear. Parent drop offs in the front office and/or during practice is discouraged.




Flag Football

Track & Field

  • Spring Sports

    March - May



    • Broward County Athletic Association (BCAA) is the largest high school athletic conference in Broward County and the second-largest in the state of Florida. The BCAA is a unit of the School Board of Broward County overseeing 24 sports programs at member high schools. The BCAA is comprised of 29 public schools, two private schools, and two charter schools for a total of 33 schools under the BCAA umbrella.

      The BCAA recognizes the importance and value of education. The term “student-athlete” recognizes the importance of being a student first, with athletic endeavors second. All student-athletes must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA. Students who fall below this standard are ineligible to play.

      The BCAA gives special recognition annually to scholar-athletes. Each and every year the BCAA conducts two scholar-athlete banquets. Seven students from each BCAA school are recognized and provided a keepsake gift. In addition, the BCAA distributes over $100,000 in scholarship dollars to scholar-athletes. The names and schools of the scholar-athletes are listed on the website for the entire school year. These athletes are role models who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in the classroom and field or court of play.

Letter to Parents

    • Dear Parents,

      We are excited to welcome you and your child to Lauderhill 6-12 STEM-MED Athletics and our school community. As your child starts middle school, we want to make the transition as smooth as possible for you and your child.

      Throughout the academic year, the Broward County Middle School Athletic Association offers various sports activities for students to explore and participate in. At Lauderhill 6-12, we take pride in our strong tradition of success in interscholastic sports. 

      Due to a recent policy change by the Broward County Middle School Athletic Association, all students who wish to try out for a school team must submit specific documentation before attending tryouts for any sport. This documentation includes a permission/proof of insurance form, a copy of the insurance card, and proof of a current physical that extends through the sports season.

      It is essential to mention that the physical form cannot be in the FHSAA form. Only the Athletic Physical Forms must be completed, uploaded, or returned to school. You can access all necessary forms, including the permission/proof of insurance, at www.registermyathlete.com. All forms must be submitted through the website www.registermyathlete.com. Once the forms are submitted, I will review them; if completed, they will be approved. I will provide feedback for correction if any information is missing or incomplete. Once all forms are correctly submitted, you will receive a notification.

      Please email me at Akamba.Joseph@browardschools.com if you have any questions or require further assistance.

      Thank you for your attention, and we're looking forward to a fantastic athletic season!

      Best regards, 
      Lauderhill 6-12 STEM-MED Athletics


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