BCMS Mission: 

Beyond Graduation: 

Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's World

Upcoming Events

Georgia Milestones Testing:

   April 28th - Math 

   April 29th - Science

   April 30th - Social Studies

April 28th - FBLA Awards Program - 6:30 p.m.

Brantley County Middle School FBLA wins Chapter of the Year


Thirty-three Brantley County Middle School FBLA members competed at the GA FBLA-Middle Level State Leadership Conference held in Perry on Tuesday, February 24th. Members competed in numerous chapter, individual, and team events earning thirty-one awards plus the Overall GA FBLA-ML Chapter of the Year Award and the SLC Sweepstakes Award. In addition, Grayson Horne was installed as the 2015-2016 GA FBLA-ML State Reporter.


Chapter event results were:  1st in Chapter of the Year, 1st in SLC Sweepstakes, Gold Level Chapter, 1st in Local Chapter Activities Report, 1st in Community Service Project, 2nd in American Enterprise Project, and 5th in Chapter Scrapbook.


Team event results were: Spencer Lee, Cameron Parker, and Porter Mobley – 1st in Battle of the Chapters (Performance Event); Gabriel Lee and Garrett Musgrove – 2nd in Invention Convention; Elizabeth Howell and Spencer Lee – 4th in Computer Slide Show; Jonathan Leveque and Reuben Pearce – 5th in Web Page Design; Baylen Carter and Bryce Edwards – 7th in Web Page Creation; and Baylen Carter and Sam Street – 8th in Computer Slide Show.


Individual event results were: Brantley Sloan – 1st in Electronic Leadership Portfolio; Mady Kate Bullard – 1st in FBLA Concepts; Spencer Lee - 1st on Battle of the Chapters (online test); Brantley Sloan – 1st in Employability Skills; Aiden Jennings – 1st in Spreadsheet; Cameron Parker – 2nd on Battle of the Chapters (online test); Grayson Horne – 2nd in Electronic Leadership Portfolio; Grant Bennett – 2nd in FBLA Concepts; Rebecca Blackman – 2nd in Keyboarding Applications I; Natalee Smith – 2nd in Parliamentary Procedures Concepts; Cameron Parker – 2nd in Spreadsheet; Myra Lloyd – 4th in Employability Skills; Branson Coblentz – 4th in Introduction to Business Communications; Porter Mobley – 5th on Battle of the Chapters (online test); Porter Mobley – 5th in Career Exploration; Alycia Walls – 6th in Personal Financial Concepts; Grayson Horne – 7th in Public Speaking; Eddie Singletary – 8th in Business Concepts; Eddie Singletary – 8th in Business Spelling; Rebecca Blackman – 10th in Computer Concepts.


Other members who attended included: Kade Chapman, Kaylin Crews, Sierra Edholm, Maegan Hendrix, Cheyanne Johnson, Joe Morgan, Edna Grace O’Berry, Colby Schultze, Conner Selph, Trenton Strickland, and Alea Thornton. The students were accompanied by BCMS FBLA Adviser Ruby Ann Sawyer, Dr. Tim Sawyer, Annette Todd, Dodi Bullard, Frank Bullard, Christy Jennings, Danielle Coblentz, Dean Horne, Stephania Horne, Eddie Howell, and Julie Moody.


“I am so proud of the hard work and dedication of these students. We are blessed in Brantley County to have students who want to excel and parents who support their endeavors,” stated FBLA Adviser Ruby Ann Sawyer. 

BCMS: Go for Gold! Beat Your Best!

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Please see the attachment below for the
BCMS 2014-2015 Handbook. 


** Please see the attachment at the bottom of this box for a printer friendly version.**

Loose-leaf Paper

*5 of the 1-Subject Spiral Notebooks

*2-Inch, 3-Ring Binder

*Tape or Glue Sticks

Pencils; Colored Pencils or Twistables Crayons

Blue/Black Ink Pen

Handheld Pencil Sharpener

Highlighters-various colors

Pencil Pouch

Wish List:  copy paper, Lysol wipes, tissues, and candy for classroom/school rewards

*Recommend waiting on these until after Open House when you have specific team supply requests


  • no holes or fraying above the knee (not even if covered underneath or over the hole);  

  • all shorts, dresses, and skirts must also hit the knee – even if wearing leggings or other articles under the skirt or shorts; if wearing leggings or tight fabrics, student must cover with outerwear like a long shirt dress or skirt that comes to the knee.

  • no “racer-back” tank tops but tops that are at least three finger width and show no under garment straps are allowed; if wearing sheer clothing or off-the-shoulder clothing, items underneath should meet dress code (should not see underwear or spaghetti straps)

  • clothing should be modest and appropriate – no tight/revealing items or shirts that show cleavage and no inappropriate or offensive words/images

  • Other:  no facial piercings; hair must stay out of eyes at all times (either clipped back or cut)

Text Box: NOBACKPACKS - As you can see from the supply list above, students carry very few items and should have only one textbook at the most to carry daily.  Please adhere to the following rules when purchasing a backpack:

  • No wide, hiking/oversized backpacks or sports duffle bags – please purchase a regular size backpack (w/o wheels); Sports bags for athletes may be a separate bag and will be stowed in a safe place near the coaches’ offices each morning before school
  • Purses should be small enough to fit easily in the backpack without over-stuffing

BCMS Welcomes Parent Involvement!

Check out the files below for important information. (Last Revision - July 2012)

Georgia DOE Resources for Parents - Includes links to English and Spanish versions of A Parents Guide to Title I ESEA, Parent Leadership Development Guide, FAQs for Parents on Georgia's ESEA Waiver, CCGPS Parent Guide, and Middle School CCGPS Explanation Video.