Demon Speed and Agility Training
Again, we will be offering personalized speed, plyometric and agility training this summer. The training is for all Bismarck High School students/athletes entering grades 9-12. Participates will be taught proper training techniques and injury prevention in a well supervised environment. Programs will be designed to fit the needs of the athlete and prepare them for competition.
Session times: 8am 9am 10am 11am 6PM
Sessions Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
(optional Wednesday Speaker 10am)
Session Length: June 5 - July 21
Demon Speed and Agility Training Form
Bismarck Girls Skills Camp 2017
June 12th - 15th @ BHS
Camp fee: $50 ($60 After May 31st)
Girls entering 3rd - 5th grades - 12:00 - 2:30
Girls entering 6th - 8th grades - 3:00 - 5:30
Camp emphasis: fundamentals, shooting, ball handling, passing,
footwork, defense, teamwork, competition, and FUN!
Bismarck Girls Skills Camp Form
Capital City Basketball Camp
Capital City 6-12 camp will include a 3 day session where we will teach the fundamentals and skills needed to compete at high school level. All drills will be taken directly from varsity practice and implemented at camp. This camp will also include awards such as tournament champions, 1-on-1, all-star team, and the "demon" award. 9-12 will include the summer academy workouts!
Capital City K-5 & Lincoln Camp will include all skills required to become a successful basketball player. Drills will be fit to the type of athletes participating in the camp. All drills and skills will be able to transfer to practice outside of camp. Camp will include fun games and contests as well with an award ceremony! Capital City
camp will be at BHS. Lincoln will be at Lincoln Elem.
Shooting Stars primarily be a skills based camp with fewer awards and contests than the other camps. This will be based on proper fundamentals and footwork needed to succeed in basketball. Camp will be at BHS. This is skills only, no award ceremony.
Capital City Camp (Boys) $80
May 30 - June 1
Grades 6-12 4:00-8:00
Capital City Camp (Boys) $80
Grades K-5 1:00-5:00
Shooting Stars (Boys) $60
Grades K-6 Noon-2:30
Lincoln Camp (Boys/Girls) $70
Grades K-5 Noon-3:00
Capital City Basketball Camps 2017
Welcome back for the 2016-2017 school year! Beginning this fall, BPS is moving to an online registration system for all students involved in athletics. Moving to this system will make things more efficient for parents as you should only have to register your student once for the school year and that information will follow them throughout any of the activities they participate in during the course of the school year. In order to complete registration for your student so that he/she is eligible to participate here is what needs to be done:
A physical examination must be completed prior to your student participating in a practice. Physicals are good for the current school year as long as they took place on or after April 15th of the preceding school year. There will be a section in the online registration for you to upload the physical or you can turn it in to the office at your student's school.
Complete the online registration for your student. A link is available from each school's activities page that will take you to the online registration. Click on the icon for activities registration. In this process you will be asked to fill out some general information, upload a physical (if you are able), complete the code of conduct form, complete a medical history/information section and complete a section on concussions.
Pay the appropriate activity fee in one of two ways. Activity fees can be paid in the office at your student's school or you may choose to take advantage of www.mypaymentsplus.com. MyPaymentsPlus allows you to pay for all activity fees in addition to depositing lunch money, paying for parking passes, etc. and does not charge a fee to do so. MyPaymentsPlus also allows you to see a history of your payments so you know when you made a payment and what the amount was.
Once you have completed the online registration, uploaded or dropped off a physical and paid the fee for your student he/she should be registered and ready to go for the school year. You should not have to complete a new registration each time a new season rolls around as long as all items (including all activity fees for the year) were taken care of in the initial registration. You may choose to pay your activity fees each season or you may choose to pay them all up front if you know your student will be participating in that activity.
If you have any questions about the online activity registration, please do not hesitate to contact your school activities director at the contact number or email listed for them.
2016-2017 Online Activity Registration
2016-2017 Online Activity Registration (link)
Fall 2016 First Practice Information
Fall 2016 First Practice Information (pdf document)
File Size: 16 kb
2016-2017 Sports Physical Information
2016-2017 Sports Physical Information (link)
District Schedules & Varsity Coaches List
BHS rSchool Today Activity Schedules (link)
rSchool Parents User Guide (pdf document)
File Size: 609.04 kb
BPS Varsity Coaches (pdf document)
File Size: 106.89 kb
BPS Code Of Conduct (link)
NDHSAA Physical Form (pdf document)
File Size: 252.7 kb
The ND High School Activities Association requires athletes grades 7-12 to have a sports physical EACH YEAR on or after April 15 to be valid for the coming school year, and the athlete must have a physical completed BEFORE PRACTICE starts for his/her particular sport.
Links & Resources
Activities contains all district information relating to athletics and fine arts. You will find schedules, forms and fee information.
Sports Medicine Information (link)
CHS Athletics (link)
Horizon Athletics (link)
Simle Athletics (link)
Wachter Athletics (link)
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) (link)
The purpose of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is to promote the education and development of students through intercollegiate athletic participation.
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) (link)
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a voluntary organization through which the nation's colleges and universities govern their athletics programs.
National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) (link)
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) is the governing body of intercollegiate athletics for two-year colleges.
North Dakota High School Activities Association (NDHSAA) (link)