Athletics provide an opportunity to develop qualities of sportsmanship, citizenship, and personal discipline in addition to physical athletic skills. BKW student athletes are expected to represent themselves, their school and community in a positive and respectful manner.
Participation in the BKW athletic program is a privilege, not a right. Regulations are in effect 24 hours a day, seven days a week. BKW is proud of the successful athletic program it maintains. The high standard of conduct to which we hold our athletes helps us to uphold this positive representation.
Our athletic code addresses attendance, academic eligibility, alcohol, tobacco and drugs, and citizenship and sportsmanship, among other factors. Code violations can result in discipline ranging from game suspensions to removal from the team.
All current athletes are given an athletic handbook. Extra copies of this document are available in the Secondary School office.
Spectator policies for Fall 2 sports
Read more about policies for football, volleyball and soccer.
Email, phone number for COVID-19 related questions or concerns
Feb. 10: As part of the approved high-risk sports plan, BKW has set up an email and phone number where any COVID-19 related questions or concerns can be confidentially reported: email@example.com, 518-872-0909, ext. 5500.
High-risk winter sports & forms needed
Albany County Department of Health mandates have been met, and BKW was authorized to start high-risk winter sports beginning February 9. READ FULL ARTICLE
- Cross Country (boys and girls)
- Soccer (boys and girls)
- Golf (boys and girls)
- Volleyball (girls)
- Helderberg Valley Swimming (girls; with Duanesburg)
- Helderberg Valley Football (boys; with Duanesburg)
Winter Sports (Please note changes for 2020-21 above)
- Basketball (boys and girls)
- Wrestling (boys and girls)
- Bowling (boys and girls)
- Indoor Track (boys and girls)
- Varsity Boys Baseball
- Varsity Softball
- Modified Baseball (boys and girls)
- Modified Track
- Varsity Track and Field