“We are more than Champions through Him Who loved us.” Romans 8:37

The athletic program of Champions Christian Academy is offered as an opportunity for the students to enrich their lives and become Godly leaders. Everything should be done first and foremost as a testimony of love for Him.

The program is only a supplement to the more important spiritual and academic achievements of CCA students, therefore participation in these activities should be considered a privilege and not a right. Students must follow all policies of CCA in order to earn the privilege to participate.

Goals for Success

1.         To develop and represent a Christ-like attitude in all areas of the game.

a.         We must always be mindful that as Christians, that no matter the situation, the adversity or the score, our attitudes should always point others back to Jesus rather than looking just like the world.

b.         We do this by being conscious of how we treat officials, our own coaches, teammates, and fans, but especially how we act regarding our opponents.

c.         As Christians, we are called to a different standard, and this applies even on the competitive field of play.

 d.         At all times, we will strive to exemplify the Fruit of the Spirit found in Galatians 5:22-23 (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control).

2.         We will compete hard and play to win, but NOT AT ANY cost!

a.         We will seek to win, but in the right way!

b.         A victory in which we don’t honor God, is in a larger sense and more importantly, a loss.

c.         Winning matters and it is fun, but it’s NOT more important than integrity, honesty, and loving others.

d.         Glorifying God in all that we say and do is what matters the most!

3.         We will maintain a long-term view when it comes to values learned on the field of play!

a.         We aren’t here to compete for college scholarships or “reach the next level.”

b.         We are here to learn lifelong values such as commitment, accountability, respect, discipline,       sacrifice, and many others.

c.         This will be considered a successful program if these values are carried over into all phases of student life and into adulthood.