List of 4 items.

  • Looking Ahead

    October 24-28   Boys' Basketball Tryouts  
    October 25-27   RUSH
    October 25   Band Concert @7:00 in Sparks Chapel 
    November 3   MS Football Banquet  
    November 7   In-Service (Student Holiday)  
    November 9   Quarter 2 Interims 
    November 14-20   Mid-South Food Bank Drive   
    November 22   Mission 1:8 Day 
    November 23   Thanksgiving Holiday Begins 
  • Annual Fund Giving

    Click here to donate to this year's Annual Fund.  Thanks for helping make this year's giving brighter than ever.
  • 2016-2017 Uniform Information

  • Briarcrest Cares

    Briarcrest Cares is a ministry at BCS whose purpose is to lend a helping hand to those families at our school who are facing difficult times and to share the love of Christ with them.  Briarcrest Cares will pray, send cards, or provide meals in cases of illness, hospitalization, death, accidents, births, or other events.  If you have any questions, know a family in need, or desire to volunteer for this worthwhile ministry, please send an e-mail to Shannon Haines at   You may also wish to download the Briarcrest Cares Flier for more information.

Stuck in the Middle

Eighth grade students in Briarcrest Christian Middle School’s Essentials of Writing Class are challenged to write articles worthy of publication. Each Winter, articles are published on the class website and in a printed magazine. In the Spring, students use their writing skills to produce a school newspaper.

Click here to see the January 2016 edition.
Cover Art: Alex Wilde, 8th Grade

Important Phone Numbers

Middle School Office: (901) 765-4628
ESS Office: (901) 765-4608
Academic & Student Services: (901) 765-4626
Middle School Athletics: (901) 765-4625
Attendance Office: (901) 765-4628
Office Fax Number: (901) 765-4674

School Hours

Mon - Fri:   8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. M-F


List of 1 events.

  • Oct


    R U Seeking Him?  
View All Events

Retreat Videos

Frequently Asked Questions

List of 10 frequently asked questions.

  • Q: What are the Bell Schedules for the Middle School?

    Tues/Thurs/Fri ScheduleMon/Wed Schedule
    8:00 - 8:481st Period8:00 - 8:45
    8:52 - 9:372nd Period8:49 - 9:34
    9:41 - 10:08HR/Activity Period9:38 - 10:21 (HR/Chapel)
    10:13 - 10:583rd Period10:25 - 11:10
    11:02 - 11:504th Period11:14 - 11:59
    11:54 - 1:165th Period/Lunch12:03 - 1:22
    11:54 - 12:24
    12:46 - 1:16
    1st Lunch
    2nd Lunch
    12:03 - 12:33
    12:52 - 1:22
    1:20 - 2:086th Period1:26 - 2:11
    2:12 - 3:007th Period
    2:15 - 3:00
  • Q: What do I do if my child is sick and will not be at school?

    Just give us a call in the Middle School Office (765-4628). No e-mails or faxes, please.
  • Q: How do I get missed assignments if my child misses school?

    All assignments are listed on teacher webpages. If additional information or explanation is needed, please e-mail individual teachers. Assignments are NOT gathered in the Middle School Office unless students have missed 3 consecutive days.
  • Q: What is the correct procedure for checking my child out of school?

    Please report to the Middle School Office (765-4628) to let us know of your request.  As you sign your child out, we will call for him/her to report to the office.  No prior notice is necessary.
  • Q: How do I arrange a pre-approved absence for a family vacation or similar activity?

    Written notification from the parent should be received in the Middle School Office one week prior to the requested absence. Upon approved by the middle school principal, proper paperwork will follow. Please read the details of pre-approved absences in the Parent/Student Handbook as specific make-up work procedures are required.
  • Q: How do I get a message to my child during the school day?

    While we understand that emergencies will occur, we simply must limit classroom disruptions to a minumum. Therefore, unless an emergency, all messages will only be delivered during activity period and/or lunch. Parents should not enter the middle school hallways during school hours. Report all necessary communications to the Middlel School Office.
  • Q: How do I add money to my child's Sodexo Account?

    All monies (labeled with student name and grade) should be turned in to the Middle School Office before school each morning.  Monies delivered after the onset of the school day will not be recored until the following business day.  Online serves are available as well.  Go to, then Parents > Welcome and you will find Sodexo link.   
  • Q: What do I do if my child loses his/her ID/Debit Card?

    The replacement fee is $5. The old number is cancelled and a new Briarcrest Card is issued.
  • Q: What if my student has no cash or ID Card?

    Students will never have to do without lunch. The student will sign a food charge ticket that indicates that Sodexo is charging the meal with a $5 Administrative Fee. Students will have three (3) days to clear the charge on the account with the MIddle School Office.

    Note:  When the balance on the Briarcrest Debit Card get to $25, the student will be given a reminder to add money to the account.  The computer will allow the debit card to have a negative balance up to minus $25.  You will be charged a $5 Administrative Fee for each meal that causes your balance to fall below zero.
  • Q: How does the school communicate weather-related changes to parent?

    E-mail blasts have proven the quickest and most reliable method to communicate such changes. Please make certain to keep your e-mail addresses current.