Fall Sports Registration Deadlines Looming


BRIDGEWATER, NJ - According to a release from the school district, the Bridgewater-Raritan High School athletic department is not using for the completion of Athletic Department Registration anymore.

The registration includes permission to participate, emergency medical information, NJSIAA concussion, sports related eye injuries, steroid and sudden cardiac arrest awareness brochure and more.

All the information must be filled out by anyone trying out for a fall sport by July 31.

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Registration can be completed by going to the district website at, and clicking on departments, then athletics and forms.

Directions for registration are listed there.

According to the release, no one will be permitted to participate in tryouts or practices until the online athletic registration is completed. No one will be granted extensions for any reason.

In addition, the physical and health history update forms are still hard copy forms that have to be turned into the nurses’ office in the high school. The update forms are due in the office by July 31 as well.

A $100 activity fee must also be submitted for the different sports, with the only exception being for students receiving free or reduced lunch – those students must fill out and submit the activity fee form.

The fee can be made payable to Bridgewater-Raritan Board of Education.

The form and check can be turned in to the athletic office or mailed to the athletic office at Bridgewater-Raritan High School, Athletic Department, P.O. Box 6569 – Garretson Road, Bridgewater, NJ 08807

It can also be mailed to Bridgewater-Raritan Board of Education, Attention: Activity Fees, P.O. Box 6030, 836 Newmans Lane, Bridgewater, Nj 08807.

The activity fee can also be paid online at

Fees are due Aug. 7 for cheer; Aug. 7 for cross country; Aug. 25 for field hockey; Aug. 7 for football; Aug. 25 for soccer; Aug. 25 for girls tennis; Aug. 7 for gymnastics; and Aug. 25 for girls volleyball.

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