The following are admission fees for all athletic events set forth by the Lincoln County School Board during regular season athletics per person.
- Slow-Pitch & Fast-Pitch Softball: $4.00
- Jr. High Football: $3.00; Varsity Football: $5.00
- Jr. High Basketball: $3.00; Varsity Basketball: $4.00
- Soccer: $4.00
- Jr. High Baseball: $3.00; Varsity Baseball: $4.00
District Athletic Event Passes For General Admission
Lincoln County School District offers athletic passes to part-time and full-time employees of the district. This does not include substitute personnel. The school district pass is acceptable at any athletic venue under the following conditions:
1.) The pass will grant immediate family access during regular season events for the home school in which you are employed.
2.) The pass will only grant employee and spouse access for visiting schools in the Lincoln County School District. This includes West Lincoln, Loyd Star, Enterprise and Bogue Chitto Attendance Centers.
Special Pass Exception For Senior Citizens
Lincoln County School District recognizes senior citizens for free admittance into the venue during regular season, but must meet the age requirement of 62 in order to receive a pass. A Senior Citizen Pass may be applied for by visiting the school district’s Central Office at 233 East Monticello St. in Brookhaven, MS.
Important Information Regarding Passes
Lincoln County School District athletic passes are issued to employees at the beginning of each school year and are valid for the currently employed school year. Senior citizen passes do not need to be renewed once issued.
Lincoln County School District does not recognize athletic passes from any other school district nor can you utilize this pass for access into other athletic venues in another school district.
During events sponsored by the Mississippi High School Activities Association, such as district and south-state tournaments, the Lincoln County School District pass cannot be utilized. During this time, such admission requirements are controlled by the MHSAA.