“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not men” Colossians 3:23
Participation in sports at Covenant Classical Christian School is a privilege and an important part of your child’s education. Playing sports provides a unique opportunity to not only teach our children self-discipline, team work and working together for a common purpose and goal, but also it allows them to learn real life lessons about disappointment, success and how these are handled.
Some of our students participate on at least one athletic team, while many students participate on several teams. We believe the rate of participation reflects the inclusive nature of our athletic program, the quality of our coaches, the family philosophy of our teams, and the enjoyment that athletics provide as a whole.
Students at the Upper School (Grades 6 through 12) have an opportunity to participate in Varsity and Junior Varsity interscholastic sports. For girls, cross-country, volleyball, soccer and golf are offered. Boys may participate in cross-country, basketball, soccer and golf.
Lower School students (Kindergarten through 6th Grade) attend physical education classes weekly. This program provides students with experience in non-competitive sports as they prepare physically for Junior Varsity and Varsity sports offerings in the Upper School. In addition, they have the opportunity to participate in intramural basketball and Pep Squad.
Below is a link to the SCISA website showing the forms needed to play sports.
If students are interested in pursuing athletic endeavors at the college level, it is mandatory that they register with the NCAA, NAIA, or both. This means to be done at the beginning of Eleventh Grade as there is a lengthy process of qualification. Scouts for the various sports are not permitted to scout athletes who are not registered.