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Have you shared our new Shop page yet?

We earn a percentage of all your purchases from our shop page! Have you shared it on your social media accounts to friends and family yet? Every little bit helps us raise money for our athletes. Here’s how: Click this link to visit the shop page Copy the web address of the page you are on Go to Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor,

Do you know how our new Shop page works?

Earlier this month we launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you could get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. When you shop for the things you need by using the links on that page, our athletic department earns cash-back from your purchase! Here is a quick video with how the program is powered through

Spring Fling: Bartlett’s Unified track team chasing the dream

Spring Fling: Bartlett’s Unified track team chasing the dream Courtesy of John Varlas and The Commercial Appeal  Dalton King has dreams. “I dreamed we won (the 400 relay),” said King, who just wrapped up his junior year at Bartlett High. “We won .. and coach Nebo cried so hard. But I also dream of being a star

Sr. Scholar-Athletes, Athletes of the Year

The Bartlett High School Athletic Department is proud to announce this year’s Senior Scholar-Athletes and Athletes of the Year. Scholar-Athletes of the Year: Hannah Rouse & Nathan Johnson Hannah Rouse–Hannah played on the Varsity tennis team for the past 4 years.  She was one of the top six players since 9th grade and always displayed

Boys Track Heads to State

Congratulations to our boys state qualifiers: Derrien Malone-high jump, Brandon Wallace-110m hurdles, Travis Jones-1600m run, Isaiah Weasby-400m dash, Cameron Easley-300 m hurdles, Robert Dawson-3200m run. Out of all the AAA Boys teams in West Tennessee, the Panthers finished 4th overall. They conclude their season next week in Murfreesboro at State.

Bartlett Baseball Heads to Regionals

Bartlett, Tn    -After claiming the 2018 14-AAA District Championship by way of two consecutive victories against the rival Arlington Tigers, the Bartlett Panthers now set their sights on the next step in post-season play. That next step comes Monday night at 7 p.m. when the Panthers host Dyer County in the first round of the

Panther Softball Enters Region Tournament

  Bartlett, Tn   -With a 2nd place in the 14-AAA District Tournament in tow,  the Bartlett Panthers softball team will now turn its attention to the Region 7-AAA Tournament and a chance to advance themselves further into the post-season. The Panthers will next play Monday night at 6 p.m. at Dyer County against the Choctaws

State-Bound Girls Track

Congratulations to our State Qualifying Girls Track Team & Coaches Nebo, Houston & Miller! The girls qualified in 4 x 800 100 m Pole Vault – Section Champ 4 x 400 – school record They will be competing next week in Murfreesboro at MTSU.

5th Annual Running of the Rams May 11th

The 5th Annual Running of the Rams 5K Run/Walk is hosted by Oak Elementary PTO. This event assists the school in raising funds for the Oak Elementary Library & Classroom Interactive Technology. The 5K Run/Walk is designed to be a “family friendly” event in which young and old, beginner and advanced runners can participate. Ways