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Learn how our athletic programs can benefit your child!

Athletics can be a powerful tool for children’s development. Not only does it promote physical fitness and healthy habits, but it also fosters important life skills. Through teamwork, children learn to cooperate, communicate effectively, and share success. Athletics can also build self-esteem as children develop their athletic abilities and overcome challenges. They’ll experience the thrill of victory and learn to cope with defeat, building resilience and a strong work ethic. Overall, athletics offer a well-rounded approach to help children thrive on and off the field. It is Faith Christian Academy’s goal to help build your child’s character through our athletics program. The prevailing attitude among all those who participate in sports should be “I want Christ to be seen in my life.” Such an attitude will mold and shape Christian character from the inside to the outside.

What sports does FCA offer? Scroll down to view them now!

Fall Season

Coed Cross Country (6th – 12th Grade)
Girls Elementary Volleyball (3rd – 6th Grade)
Girls Middle School Volleyball (6th – 8th Grade)
Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball (7th – 10th Grade)
Girls Varsity Volleyball (9th – 12th Grade)
Boys Soccer (7th – 12th Grade)
Coed soccer (3rd – 6th Grade)


Winter Season

Girls Junior Varsity Cheer (6th – 8th Grade)
Girls Varsity Cheer (9th – 12th Grade)
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball (6th – 10th Grade)
Girls Varsity Basketball (9th – 12th Grade)
Boys Elementary Basketball (3rd – 6th Grade)
Boys Middle School Basketball (6th – 8th Grade)
Boys Junior Varsity Basketball (7th – 10th Grade)
Boys Varsity Basketball (9th – 12th Grade)


Spring Season

Coed Golf (7th – 12th Grade)
Girls Softball (7th – 12th Grade)
Boys Middle School Baseball (6th – 8th Grade)
Boys Varsity Baseball (8th – 12th Grade)



DISCLAIMER: Some sports may not be offered every school year. If there are not enough students signed up to form a proper team, or if there is not a coach available, the sport will be postponed until the following school year.