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Competitive athletic excellence serves team before self, wins with humility, perseveres through adversity, and demands perpetual improvement for the glory of God.


SCS Athletics is organized on a developmental continuum beginning with the athlete's first introduction to sports and ending with the high-level competition of high school varsity sports. The athletics program works to develop players' strength, skill, and humility.
At the elementary school level, belonging is important while skills are developed. At this level, athletes have opportunities to play as much as possible regardless of skill and are encouraged to try multiple sports. The emphasis is on participation, developing skills, and building confidence. At the middle school level, developing skill remains important with an added focus on cultivating teamwork. At the high school level, athletes are maturing physically and mentally and the focus shifts to competition and performance. Team strategy becomes more complex.

After careful evaluation of the current public health situation, we have developed a plan to gradually begin afternoon practices with all the necessary care and precautions. We hope to begin to slowly expand our capacity with discernment for the well-being of our student athletes. Athletics can play an important role in alleviating some pressures due to the confinement of the past months.

Athletic Director
 “They are passionate and persistent. 
 They work as a team. They play
 tough, but with integrity. They
 practice sportsmanship both on and
 off the field. They are more than just
 athletes. They are Eagles.
 Sometimes they fly in formation and
 sometimes they soar solo, but one
 thing is certain: The SCS Eagles 
 always aim higher than the score.
 See you at the game!"
    ~ Juan Herrera, Athletic Director 


SCS coaches are the most significant component of the athletic program. They are both teachers and active participants. They possess a thorough knowledge of the sport and are committed to regular, detailed analysis and preparation. Coaches motivate students toward competitive athletic excellence and inspire them to reach their full physical potential through rigorous training for strength, speed, endurance, and skill. SCS coaches are passionate about pointing athletes to Jesus. They use lessons from the ups and downs of the game to teach the kind of character that displays humility in victory, resilience in loss, and a dedication to continual refinement for God’s glory.
The athletic director, coaches, and athletes vote to choose the team captains at the end of the spring playing season. Being a team captain is one of the greatest honors an athlete can receive. The honor comes with great responsibility. Talent is essential but not enough. Team captains are passionate, persistent, skillful, committed, humble, inclusive, encouraging, and approachable. They are SCS leaders who participate in Leaders In Training (LIT). They lead by being the point person for the coach and by serving their team with their actions and example. Team captains must:
  • Raise the standard
  • Be on time
  • Work the hardest
  • Push further
  • Stay positive
  • Demand excellence
  • Confront bad attitudes
  • Refocus wasted energies
  • Challenge mediocrity
  • Inspire greatness
To develop personas íntegras through the pursuit of competitive athletic excellence.
  • Pursuing competitive athletic excellence
  • Training for strength, speed, endurance, and skill
  • Leading with integrity
  • Coaching for discipleship
  • Reflecting Jesus in character, wisdom, and influence

We view athletics as an ideal environment for the development of Christ-like character, wisdom and influence. Excellence for God's glory is our standard in the pursuit of winning competitions, practicing with energy and enthusiasm, working as a team, pushing beyond setbacks, and taking care of our physical bodies and facilities. Rigorous strength and endurance training protects and prepares our athletes to succeed at the highest levels of play. High-caliber coaches know their sport and are committed to the whole athlete - athletically, academically, socially, and spiritually. Our coaches love Jesus and point their players to him.