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At Summit Christian Academy athletics are an important part of life. The qualities that lead to success in athletics — competition, hard work, discipline, character, and full use of one’s ability — can lead to greater success in life. By emphasizing participation and fun, Summit maintains a proper perspective about the role of athletics in a school community. We give our students many opportunities to compete in team and individual sports. Competitive programs begin in fifth grade and continue through the secondary level in high school.

Summit’s Athletic Commitment

  • Physically: Our athletes are encouraged and inspired to develop to their full potential including the ability to go beyond the limits of normal endurance.
  • Emotionally: Our athletes learn to control themselves under pressure. In a single contest, the athlete may need to deal with elation, frustration, anger, and fear. He or she must learn to win gracefully and to bounce back in the face of defeat.
  • Intellectually: Our athletes develop and exercise their minds as they learn rules, strategies, and the plays of the game. They develop mental toughness when they learn that their bodies can be put to the test.
  • Socially: Our athletes learn to submit to authority as they interact with coaching staff and operate under the regulations of the game. Through team play, they learn cooperation, communication, and loyalty as the team strives toward a common goal.
  • Spiritually: In the end, none of this would be possible if it were not for our Lord. We glorify God, whether we win or lose. The Lord has blessed us with a great opportunity and an ability to play sports. We honor Him when we play.

Summit competes in TAPPS Division 1A/2A, District 4 baseball.

Eligibility

9th through 12th-grade boys are eligible to play.

Additional Information

If you are interested in obtaining more information or joining, please email Chris Chacon

Summit competes in TAPPS Class 2A, District 4 Varsity and Junior Varsity basketball. Middle school and elementary teams compete in ACAA.

Eligibility

5th through 12th grade students are eligible to play.

Coaches

  • Girls Varsity Head Coach: Andrew Pruitt
  • Boys Varsity Head Coach: Coach Rhodes
  • Elementary/Middle School Head Coach: Chris Chacon

Summit cheerleaders not only show spirit and represent the school at games, but they also provide opportunities for cheer camps and volunteer at many school events.

Eligibility

K through 12th grade students are eligible to participate.

Coach

Head Coach Cheer: Krystal Nelson

Summit competes in area invitational meets and the TAPPS state meet.

Eligibility

6th through 12th grade students are eligible to participate.

Coach

Head Coach: Dave Sherrill

Summit competes in TAPPS Division 1, District 3 6-man tackle football.

Elementary (flag) and Middle School (6-man tackle) teams compete in ACAA.

Eligibility

5th through 12th grade students are eligible to play.

Coaches

  • Varsity Coach: Chris Chacon
  • Varsity Assistant Coach: Dillon Dorsett
  • Elementary Head Coach: Jake Shackelford

Elementary and Middle School teams compete at area track meets and the ACAA meet.  Our High School team competes at area track meets and is involved in TAPPS’ post-season competition. 

Eligibility

5th through 12th grade students are eligible to participate.

Coach

Summit competes in TAPPS Class 2A, District 4 Varsity volleyball. Middle school and elementary teams compete in ACAA.

Eligibility

5th through 12th grade girls are eligible to play. 4th is eligible to tryout and potentially play up.

Coaches

  • Varsity Head Coach: Jen Anderson
  • Middle School Head Coach: Tammy Hargett
  • Elementary Head Coach: Yasmine Soubra

Additional Information

If you are interested in obtaining more information or joining, email Chris Chacon