Sports at Country Christian School span every grade level and are offered to all students.
Our elementary school participates in the regional youth sports programs.
Our junior high competes in the Metro Christian League.
- Cross Country
- Volleyball (State appearances 10 out of the last 12 years, with a 5th place finish in 2013, a 1A State Championship in 2014, a 1A State Championship in 2015, a 1A State Championship in 2016, and a 1A State Championship in 2017.)
- Cross Country
- Boys' Basketball (Casco League champions from 2004 to 2015. Twelve state playoff appearances, with a top 8 finish in 2008, a 5th place finish in 2012, a top 8 finish in 2013, and a 1A State Championship in 2015.)
- Girls' Basketball (Eleven state playoff appearances, with a 5th place finish in 2009, 6th place finish in 2010, a top 8 finish in 2014, a 2nd place finish in 2015, a 1A State Championship in 2016, a 2nd place finish in 2017, and a 1A State Championship in 2018.)
- Baseball (2013, 2014, and 2015 State Semifinals.)
- Girls' Golf
CCS was established to train, prepare, and equip young people to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Athletics are a vital part of this process. The lessons learned through athletic competition help develop the Christian character of those who participate. A microcosm of life is provided to test the qualities necessary to succeed in any area of life.
The purpose of the athletic program at CCS is to provide interscholastic athletics for all students with a focus on developing skills, commitment, responsibility, teamwork and problem solving abilities that will promote growth in their spiritual walk as well as prepare them for adulthood.
We have had continued success in numerous programs at the high school level, obtaining league championships, District Championships and several State 1A appearances with four State Championships. We look forward to the continued success of our athletic teams.
Code of Conduct
2017 Volleyball Team was the recipient of The Valley 10 League Sportsmanship Award
2018 Girls Basketball Team was the recipient of The Valley 10 League Sportsmanship Award
The thrill of winning or the disappointment of defeat will soon pass away. However, the way the game was played will have a lasting influence upon the shaping of a player's character. Lessons learned along the road of athletic experience are far more important than simply accomplishing a seasonal goal.
Colossians 3:23 summarizes a proper code of conduct for coaches, players and fans:
"...And whatsoever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men."