Athletics

Per HB-300 regulations, Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) has released its Interscholastic Youth Sports Brain Injury Report. This report is located by going to https://www.mshsaa.org/resources/pdf/201718IYSBIReport.pdf.

 

  • Special Olympics/Intramural Sports offers a variety of athletic events for students, including track and field and bowling.
  • Goalball season takes place late fall-early winter. MSB competes against other schools for the blind in the midwest, culminating in the NCASB championship meet in November. MSB will host a goalball meet on campus in early November.
  • Wrestling features matches against other schools for the blind in the midwest and local public school wrestlers. MSB will host a home meet in December. The season culminates in the NCASB championship meet in late January.
  • Swimming season takes place each spring (concurrently with forensics). MSB competes against other schools for the blind in the midwest, culminating in the NCASB championship meet in April.
  • Track and Field meets are held each fall. MSB competes against other schools for the blind in the midwest, culminating in the NCASB championship in late October. MSB hosts an annual track and field meet on campus in September.
  • Cheerleading season runs concurrently with wrestlingeach winter. MSB competes against other schools for the blind in the midwest, culminating in the NCASB championship meet in late January.

Clubs

  • Beta Club and Junior Beta Club are national student service organizations for high school and middle school age students, respectively.
  • Forensics season takes place each spring (concurrently with swimming). MSB competes against other other schools for the blind in the midwest, culminating in the NCASB championship meet in April.
  • Braille Challenge
  • Library Cat Club
  • High School Book Club
  • Alternative Book Club