CAROLINA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ATHLETICS

As instructed in 1 Timothy 4:8, the development of the body without regard to godliness is of little value.  The purpose of the athletic program at Carolina Christian is to help in the development and exercise of Christ-like behavior including self-discipline, obedience, discipleship, stewardship, grace and compassion. Our athletic program seeks to develop these spiritual characteristics while developing the physical body in a competitive environment.  Participation on any athletic team at Carolina Christian is considered a    God-honoring privilege.

The goals for the Carolina Christian student athlete should be built upon a biblical foundation and include reaching the highest level of individual and team performance while maintaining a primary focus on academics.  Our athletes are expected to exercise their God-given talents to the best of their abilities, in both practice and play, in order to bring glory to the Creator.

CAROLINA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ATHLETIC TEAMS

 

Middle School

SOCCER (Boys)

VOLLEYBALL (Girls)

BASKETBALL (Boys & Girls)

GOLF (Co-ed)

ARCHERY (Co-ed)

High School

SOCCER (Mens)

VOLLEYBALL (Ladies)

BASKETBALL (Mens & Ladies)

GOLF (Co-ed)

ARCHERY (Co-ed)

ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 

Middle School

CGAA (Charlotte Gastonia Athletic Association)

High School

MAAC (Metro Area Athletic Conference)

ATHLETIC FACILITY LOCATIONS

CCS Gymnasium

406 Renee Ford Road, Locust NC  28097

 

CCS Soccer Field

Officer Jeff Shelton Drive, Locust NC  28097

"My goal with CCS athletics is not only to create athletes, but to help students grow in their faith.  Through sports, I strive to teach respect, teamwork, and encouragement.  These three points go beyond the scope of sports, and can be used in everyday life."

Go Lions!

Brent Gambrell - Athletic Director

bgambrell@carolinachristianschool.com

Carolina Christian School

406 Renee Ford Road   Locust, NC  28097

Ph: (704) 888-4332

Fax:  (704) 888-4492

ccs@carolinachristianschool.com

A Ministry of Carolina Presbyterian Church (PCA).