Bear Creek Junior Sports is dedicated to the development of youth sports in the Southwest Metro, Bear Creek, and Lakewood area by providing boys the opportunity to learn and play the game in a fun and challenging atmosphere.Lakewood, CO 80227

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BCJSA is proud to offer Baseball, Basketball, Cheer, Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball.  Please click above sports tabs for more information for specific sport


Why Play for Bear Creek Junior Sports?


Partners with the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).  This doesn't mean that we don't teach the kids the value of winning and/or losing; we play every game to win.  We always do this within and while teaching our players the boundaries of respecting the game by honoring the Rules, Opponents, Officials, Teammates, and Self.  Winning is important!  (Click here to learn about PCA)  


 Safety:  Bear Creek Junior Sports is committed to the safety of your child and our parents and family members.  All of our coaches and assistants are concussion certified and have completed child safe background checks. 


Coaching:  Each of our coaches and assistant coaches strives to ensure that your child has fun playing sports for Bear Creek Junior Sports.


Fun is Essential: Having fun while being safe is without question the most important component of any sport experience at any age or level. Whether you are a parent of a young child or a veteran coach, it is absolutely critical that your kids enjoy themselves when they play.

The reasons for this are somewhat obvious but important to reinforce. When kids have fun, they are more likely to continue to play. Fostering a love of exercise and athletic involvement has life-long benefits, including improved physical and mental health as well as academic performance. When kids don't have fun, they are less likely to play the next season and may drop out of sports altogether.

Researchers have found that anywhere from 30-70% of kids drop out of sports by the time they are 13 years old, and the number one reason why they quit is that they aren't having any fun.  While some programs/clubs will tell you how many kids are playing on top elite teams, we'll show pictures of kids smiling!  We like to say, "We are winning regardless of what the scoreboard reads!"  


Non-Profit:  Many youth organizations are "for profit", while Bear Creek Junior Sports Association (BCJSA) is 100% volunteer run, non-profit organizations.  This is important as everyone in our program is here for the kids and we are only interested in your child's best interests, it is not just a job to us.

BCJSA 2018 College Freshman Scholarship


Bear Creek Junior Sports Association Youth College Scholarship


To High School Seniors and/or Current College Students who have played sports through the Bear Creek Junior Sports Association (BCJSA):

The BCJSA Board of Directors has established a BCJSA Youth Scholarship Fund through registrations, to honor an outstanding graduating senior or current college student who has played in our program. A portion of our registration fees will be used to provide a scholarship each year to a young adult who participated in one or more of our sports programs.

BCJSA will award at least one $1000.00 scholarship each year and will be sent by BCJSA to the recipient’s school to be applied to their fall semester expenses. The winner of the scholarship will be informed in May of each year. Winners may apply for the scholarship in subsequent years.

The BCJSA Scholarship Selection Committee will use the following criteria in making their selection. The applicant must provide:

 Information on sport(s) played through BCJSA, specifying which sport, years played, and coach’s name (Applicant can use the related section on the application form to provide this information),

 Proof of enrollment in a secondary education/vocational institution,

 1-Page Essay, explaining what impact participating in BCJSA has had on your life, and how you may be able to use those lessons in the future,

 Evidence of high school rank, GPA and ACT score or evidence of secondary education GPA.

 Two letters of reference - one letter from either a coach or a teacher, and one letter from a non-family member.

Submission of application must be postmarked no later than April 15th of each year.

The Scholarship committee will inform the winner no later than May 15th. The award will be presented at the May monthly board meeting.


Submit application and supporting documents via email, or mail:

Bear Creek Junior Sports Association

Attn: Youth Scholarship Committee

2750 S. Wadsworth Blvd Ste. C-204 Lakewood, CO 80227


Scholarship Application can be found under the Documents tab on the left column.

by posted 03/22/2018
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