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The "official" mascot of the Bryan Station Defenders is The Mean Man! His persona reflects the heritage of the pioneers at the siege of Bryan Station Fort between the British and Indians in 1782.


The Crest, The Gold Shield signifies faith, protection and bravery.

The Gold Color signifies majesty, riches, wisdom and honor.

The Torch indicates initiative, knowledge and wisdom.

The Clasped Hands represent friendship and cooperation at school and in the community.

The Key and Feather Quill represent the gaining of knowledge and the communication of it to the public.

The Rifle Crossed over the Tomahawk represent the struggle of the pioneers to defend their homes and honor.

"Animo et Fide" stands for courage and faith.

The school colors: BLUE, GREEN and GOLD were selected for a twofold purpose. To duplicate those in the flag of Virginia under which the original Bryan Station defenders fought in 1782 (the fort was then in the county of Virginia), and to suggest the three major colors in nature: BLUE to represent the sky, GREEN to represent the land and trees and GOLD to represent the sun.

LYRICS TO THE SCHOOL FIGHT SONG:

On Bryan Station, fight Defenders fight!
Victory is in sight.
By our strength, and courage, too,
Win for GREEN and GOLD and BLUE!
So on Bryan Station, fight Defenders fight,
Guardians of our might.
Watch our team go down the field (floor) and score!
Let's fight, fight, fight, fight, FIGHT
For Bryan Station High!
D-E-F-E-N-D-E-R-S!

ALMA MATER

To the Green, Gold and Blue we'll be true,
Hold the shield and our emblem high.
And where e'er we do, this we know,
For honor we will try.
As the years come and go
The friendships grow;
Fond memories will linger on.
For our hearts hold dear,
Across the years,
Our BRYAN STATION HIGH.

 

G.T. Smith (Class of 1982)

 

Chuck Shell (Class of 1983)


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