- Athletic Director
- Boys' Basketball
- Boys' Soccer
- Cross Country
- Girls' Basketball
- Girls' Soccer
Fairview Middle School is proud to offer 14 athletic programs to our students. A list of all of our programs, coaches, contact information, try-out dates, and seasons can be found below. Please feel free to ask our staff any questions.
CONFERENCES: FMS is a member of two separate conferences. The Williamson County Athletic Association (WMAA) is made up of all Williamson County Schools. We are in the “A” division in volleyball and soccer, which is for schools with student enrollments of 600 or less, with Hillsboro and Poplar Grove. We are also a member of the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference (MTAC). The other schools in this conference are Hickman County, East Hickman, William James, Harpeth, Charlotte, and Waverly. These are the eight schools we will mainly compete against.
TMSAA: FMS will be a member of the Tennessee Middle School Athletic Association this year. The MTAC will follow these rules and guidelines in every sport. Fairview Middle athletes will not be allowed to play travel ball, recreational leagues and be a member of the Fairview Falcon teams. If you have any questions about this please contact Coach Brooks.
SPORTS PHYSICALS: Every student athlete must have a sports physical before they can participate in try-outs or participate in any team practices. Please have your physician fill out form linked above for your child to be eligible. Also please try to have your physical scheduled during the summer to prohibit the delays in their ability to participate. Please see below for academic eligibility playing time, and transportation.
ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY: The Williamson County Board of Education has set our grading policy of eligibility of student athletes. all student athletes must maintain a 70 or better in all academic classes. Grades will be checked every week for all student athletes. If students fall below 70 or receive an overall grade of incomplete, they will have one week to bring their grades to satisfactory. If they fail to do so, they will be put on probation where they may practice but not dress out and participate in the games. The student becomes eligible again when all grades reach 70. If a student receives below a 70 on their report card for the nine weeks, they are suspended from all athletics (practices and games) until the next report card (9 weeks).
PLAYING TIME: Fairview Middle School does not have a guaranteed playing time policy. It is the decision of each coach who plays and how much. Please do not question a coach about playing time. The Fairview Recreation programs have an equitable playing policy if you are not satisfied with the amount of game time your student athlete is receiving.
TRANSPORTATION: Transportation is not provided for all sports due to early game times and money constraints. Parents are expected to provide transportation to and from all games when a bus is not provided. Coaches are not allowed to organize carpools for liability reasons. Due to this, parent support is needed to get our athletes to and from athletic contests.
All WCS athletic physical forms are now available through the FinalForms online dashboard that enables parents and students to complete required athletic forms electronically. The only form that families will be required to print, sign and return is the physical form. This form is only available through the FinalForms dashboard, must be printed, completed by a physician, and then submitted to your student’s athletic director or coach in order to be eligible to participate in athletics.
WCS athletics will not accept paper copies of any other athletic forms or packets, and all required forms must be completed online to be eligible for tryouts and participate in athletic programs or activities. Parents will automatically be notified when the student’s forms and physical need to be updated.
For parents and students new to Williamson County Schools, if you have not been provided access to the FinalForms dashboard, please contact your school’s athletic director or coach for assistance.
VOLLEYBALL-Rising 6th graders will try out for volleyball on May 24th from 4:00-6:00pm
FMS GIRLS SOCCER: This Thursday and Friday 6-7:30 pm at the Fairview high school
Golf Try-outs May 25th 4pm-5:30pm
Where: Harpeth Valley Golf Center
Who: Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders
Pick up form in the office for try-out details.
Basketball Fundamental Skills Camp
Open to boys and girls grades K-8
May 24th, 25th and 26th
9:00am to 12:00pm
Brochures are available in the FMS office.
FMS Girls Basketball Tryouts:
May 24th, 25th and 26th for rising 6th-8th grade girls.
FMS Boys Basketball Try-outs
The Fairview Middle School Falcons boys’ basketball team will be holding tryouts for the summer basketball program on May 23rd 7pm-8:30pm in the middle school gym. This tryout includes rising sixth graders. Summer Varsity, Junior Varsity, and sixth grade teams will be filled. If you have any questions about the tryout or the summer basketball program, please contact Coach Hyche at 615-545-5373 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FHS Baseball Try-Outs- May 30th-June 1st
FHS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS
FHS Boys- Tuesday 5/23/17 11:30-1:30
FHS Girls basketball try-outs are Wednesday, May 24, 1:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in playing golf at Fairview High next year, stop by the office for an information form and schedule or email email@example.com