Oakridge Middle School Athletics

Athletic Director

Richard Ruel
Athletic Director


At Oakridge Middle School, we sponsor several interscholastic sports. Seventh grade is the first opportunity for Oakridge students to experience interscholastic sports. 


Oakridge High/Middle School Athletic Department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign athletic participation forms for your students. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your students, saving you time. In addition, you will be able to print the MHSAA health questionnaire or physical examination form directly from your FinalForms site and take that with you to the doctor for your child’s physical (no need to pick one up from school).

Register your Athlete

All Parents of Oakridge HS and MS athletes must register their athletes. Please follow the prompts to create your account, create your athletes and sign your forms.


You may review your data at any time to verify it is current. You will be required to sign your forms once per year and after any update.

OMS Athletic Event Tickets

All Oakridge Middle School Athletic Home Events:
Adults: $4.00
Students: $3.00
Children under the age of five with an adult will be admitted for FREE

Athletic Handbook  

Oakridge Middle School athletes are required to pay $50.00 to participate in athletics in our district. This fee covers all sports played by the athlete for the current school year.  Oakridge expects the athlete, not the parents, to be responsible for participation fees.  The participation fee(s) must be paid prior to participating in an event.  Students experiencing barriers to pay the participation fee may request accommodations from the athletic director.

Oakridge Middle School requires that student-athletes have a current physical on file before participating (meaning practice) with any athletic team. A current year physical is one given on or after April 15th of the previous school year.

The MHSAA and the West Michigan Conference have developed guidelines for our schools to follow to ensure good sportsmanship in our conference. Many officials feel that our conference is the best in the area for our sportsmanship, and we want to keep it that way. The guidelines listed below are not all-inclusive but should give schools a good idea as to what is appropriate and what is not. The administrators in the West Michigan Conference encourage student groups in the stands, but we also have a duty to ensure that what is being done is appropriate. We hope that you will be loud and have a great time rooting on your team in a positive manner. If you have a question whether something is appropriate or not, ask first.

Please remember that the host has the authority to ask the fans to stop doing something that they feel is a distraction or not appropriate. We are trying to streamline the conference rules, but there are some things that some schools will allow and others will not.

Click the following links to access the conference and state sportsmanship guidelines.
West Michigan Conference Sportsmanship Guidelines
Michigan High School Athletic Association

Oakridge Middle School is a member of the West Michigan Conference.

Hart Middle School 
308 Johnson Street
Hart, MI 49420

Mason County Central
310 W. Beryl Street
Scottville, Michigan 49454

Montague Middle School
4700 Stanton Boulevard
Montague, Michigan 49437

North Muskegon Middle School
1507 Mills Avenue
Muskegon, Michigan 49445

Ravenna Middle School
2700 S. Ravenna Road
Ravenna, Michigan 49451

Shelby Middle School
525 N. State Street
Shelby, Michigan 49455

Whitehall Middle School
401 S. Elizabeth Street
Whitehall, Michigan 49461

Oakridge Middle School is a member of and follows all the MHSAA rules of eligibility and competition. The MHSAA promotes a philosophy for junior high/middle school athletics that states that the program should parallel that of the academic philosophy of junior high/middle schools. Schools should encourage participation and experiences in a variety of activities. The goal of “winning” must be superseded by the goal of participation.

In addition to the interscholastic programs sponsored by the school, several community-based programs provide activities for our students. Those community programs include tackle football, soccer, baseball, softball, and cheerleading. Contact the individual association leader at for further information. These programs are not affiliated with Oakridge Public Schools.