We are the Panthers!

The purpose of VCS athletics is to play, perform and cheer in such a way that produces competitive teams while also challenging students to grow in their relationship with Christ both on and off the field of play.

Students have a unique opportunity through the sports programs at VCS that differs from those found elsewhere. Athletes can be assured that they have a coach that cares about their personal and spiritual development as much as their on the field performance. Mentorship is valued in our programs at VCS and we trust the lessons learned in being a student/athlete will help guide them throughout their adult life.

The VCS track and field program will always hold a special place in my heart because of the way it taught me to value teamwork and to enjoy every little moment of the sport. Doing track and field at VCS was unique because of the way our team really loved God which helped me grow in my desire to want to glorify God with everything I accomplished in the sport! – Julia Hayes, Alumn

High School

VCS participates in the WIAA-1B League offering fall, winter, and spring sports based on the current interest of students, participation level and population of students. Currently, we offer cross country, volleyball, basketball, cheerleading, knowledge bowl, and track.

Students that attend VCS may participate in their local school select sport if VCS does not offer the sport they are interested in allowing them a unique opportunity to find success at the local school level.

  • Girls Volleyball

  • Boys / Girls Cross Country
  • Cheerleading

  • Knowledge Bowl
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball

  • Boys / Girls Track

Junior High School

We offer three seasons of sports for our junior high students. In the fall we offer cross country and volleyball, winter we offer basketball and in the spring we offer track. We do our best to give them the skills needed to prepare them to be a success at the high school level.

Students that attend VCS may participate in their local school select sport if VCS does not offer the sport they are interested in allowing them a unique opportunity to find success at the local school level.

  • Girls Volleyball

  • Boys / Girls Cross Country
  • Cheerleading

  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball

  • Boys / Girls Track

Elementary School

We offer varying sports in elementary such as cross country in the fall for 1st through 8th grade, and basketball for grades 5 through 8th. In addition, many of our student participate in club or team sports outside of VCS.

  • Boys / Girls Cross Country
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball

Forms and Regulations

All student-athletes, grades 6-12, who wish to play athletics at Valley Christian School must do the following:

  1. Have an up to date sports physical on file at the office prior to the first practice of that season (good for two years).
  2. Impact Test completed and on file at the office prior to the first practice of that season (good for two year). ImPact Test can be scheduled through Jeff Morrison with Rockwood (509)-755-5604.
  3. Student and Parent/Guardian must sign the Code of Conduct form that challenges students to model a Christ like attitude at all times (annual).
  4. Student and Parent/Guardian must sign Concussion Information and Sudden Cardiac Arrest acknowledgement form that details warning signs and symptoms associated with head injuries and heart attacks (annual).
  5. Students must also maintain a GPA at or above a 2.0 (C or 70%) in each class throughout the sports season.
  6. Release/Assumption of Risk Waiver read, dated, and signed by Parent or Guardian (annual).
  7. Athletic Insurance Policy read, dated, and signed by Parent or Guardian-Submit Proof of Insurance (annual).
  8. Student must be fully enrolled in day school or the full home school program with all necessary enrollment paperwork on file.

All student-athletes, grades 1 through 5, are only required for the following:

  1. Have an up to date sports physical on file at the office prior to the first practice of that season (good for two years).
  2. Student and Parent/Guardian must sign Concussion Information and Sudden Cardiac Arrest acknowledgement from that details warning signs and symptoms associated with head injuries and heart attacks.
  3. Release/Assumption of Risk Waiver read, dated, and signed by Parent or Guardian (annual).
  4. Athletic Insurance Policy read, dated, and signed by Parent or Guardian-Submit Proof of Insurance (annual).
Athletic Forms