Within the context of wholesome competition there are incredible opportunities for our student athletes to add to their faith virtue, and to virtue knowledge. Friendships form, athletic skills improve, and leaders are forged.
Colossians 3:17 says “And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” With that as our guide, our goal is for every athlete’s experience in our program to have a positive, God-honoring, life-long impact on their lives. More importantly, we pray that God will use our coaches and athletes’ love of sports to glorify Him and help bring others to know His grace through Jesus Christ.
Middle School, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams compete against both public and private schools in the Bicentennial Athletic League (BAL).
Students engage in off season training opportunities such as camps, and clinics
Teams often adopt a community service project and accomplish meaningful service while developing a stronger team bond
Our teams are led by Christian coaches who have a passion for Christ, the athletes, and the sport
We know that the lessons learned as an athlete transcend the courts and fields and bleed into every day life. Our prayer is that each athlete will have a meaningful, memorable, and transformational experience through our athletic program. This means learning life lessons and developing life long friendships.
Ultimately, the goal of everything we do in life is to know Christ and make His name known. The athletics program at Plumstead Christian School is no exception. By pursuing excellence on and off the field, we honor God and bring glory to His name.
As you continue your search for the best school, we invite you to plan a visit to our Chalfont (PK – Grade 5) and Doylestown (Grade 6-12) campuses and preview our unique programs, Christ-centered culture, and secure facilities where your child can thrive.
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