Athletics

A Note from the Athletic Director

DD

Welcome to Fredericksburg Christian School (FCS) Athletics! We are pleased to offer 16 varsity sports, 6 junior varsity sports, and 13 middle school sports for our student-athletes. Our varsity teams compete in the Virginia Independent Schools Association (VISAA).

Our athletic program is built on a foundation of God, Family, School, and Sport, and the order of those words will never change. We firmly believe that if we honor the first three, the last will take care of itself. Our student-athletes are provided with an opportunity to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ, and our goal is for them to become outstanding Christian leaders in their homes, churches, and communities. Our teams are equipped, encouraged, and challenged by an incredibly talented and dedicated coaching staff, and both our coaches and student-athletes are expected to exhibit a Christ-like character–on and off the field. Similarly, fans are asked to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the values of FCS and the culture of our athletic program.

FCS boasts a number of conference titles, including two state titles in football. In addition, a number of our student-athletes have received All-Conference, All-Area, and All-State recognition and have gone on to compete at the collegiate level.

We appreciate your support of FCS Athletics, and we look forward to seeing you at our games! Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions (ddearmas@gofcs.org or 540-371-3852).

GO EAGLES!

Athletic Awards

Across twenty-seven teams, we’ve had the opportunity to set some amazing records and titles. Our teams work hard to bring excellence every time they walk onto the field, court, pool, track, or green. And it shows. Dedicated coaches lead FCS athletes to go farther, push harder, and honor God as we develop our skills and character.

Summer Sports Camps

Starting at the first grade level, we provide sports camps all summer long. Not only do our camps keep athletes on top of their game during the off-season, they allow for beginners to get started. Whether they play during the school year or not, working as a team teaches kids how to collaborate, think fast, and be accountable to their peers.
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