Six CCS Seniors Sign with College Teams
April 19, 2017
CCS has six 2017 graduates who will play college level sports.
- Josh Van Liew will play baseball at Brevard College in NC. He will major in Mathematics.
- Nicolas Holanek is playing golf at Belmont Abby in NC. He will major in Business.
- Rachel Wiggins will play soccer at Cedarville University in OH. She will major in Athletic Training.
- Grace Smith has signed to play basketball at Belmont University in TN. She will major in Literature and English. She was also selected as the EPIC Basketball Player of the Year and All State Team.
- CJ vanVooren has signed to swim at Washington & Lee University in Virginia. He was also named EPIC Swimmer of the Year and secured three gold medals in the state tournament. He will major in Biology.
- John Lyons has signed to play tennis at Anderson University in South Carolina.
Scott Rockett Wins Gold and Silver in Junior Olympics
April 18, 2017
Middle school student Scott Rockett won a Gold medal in J3 Air and Silver in Smallbore Prone and 3P at the Junior Olympics.
Photo courtesy of Carol Rockett.
MS Shines at CAMSC
February 10, 2017
Middle School Gold Men’s Basketball Team defeated NRCA to secure the CAMSC Championship! They had an amazing season with a 21-0 record!
Middle School Gold Women’s Basketball Team placed 2nd place overall in the CAMSC.
CCS Senior Signs with Belmont
February 9, 2017
Grace Smith, a senior at CCS, was offered a scholarship and has signed The National Letter of Intent to play basketball this fall at Belmont University in Nashville. Grace is an excellent student, having earned a 4.83 GPA and a 1700 SAT score and a 25 ACT score. She plans to major in Liberal Arts. Grace was voted All Conference and All State several times and was voted the 2015 Conference Player of the Year; the Raleigh Sports Club recently chose her as their Athlete of the Week.
Grace’s other activities include reading, music, time with family and friends, and scrap-booking. Grace volunteers with Interact, Stop Hunger Now, and OAK City Academy, and participated in CCS mission’s trip to Costa Rica this year.
MORE THAN A GAME
CCS Athletics is about more than just winning. We seek to forge character on and off the court and to prepare our students to become leaders in life.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. The CCS Varsity Women’s Tennis Team joined with Grace Christian School during a recent tennis match to show their support and raise awareness for this cause. Though the teams are fierce rivals on the courts, these ladies united in Christ and gathered together to read scripture and to pray for encouragement for special people they know who are fighting cancer. The teams wore T-shirts of Faith, Love, and Hope and created a blessings basket for a few CCS moms currently battling this disease. The Lady Knights went on to win the match (9-0) over the Grace Christian Eagles.
At Cary Christian School, we believe that athletics are an ideal complement to academics in the overall educational experience of our students. The playing field, the pool, and the court provide excellent places for the development of self-discipline, a strong work ethic, and commitment. We seek to encourage the positive benefits of teamwork and sportsmanship as students test their skills against the opponent and one another. Our athletic program currently includes thirty-nine competitive sport teams and spirit squads.
We also believe that participation in extracurricular activities, especially athletics, provides a good opportunity to encourage Christian students in their relationships with Jesus Christ. These activities also enhance the atmosphere of the Cary Christian School student body, providing students and parents with an opportunity to express positive school spirit.
Field Hockey: Women
|Basketball: Men & Women
Athletic Offerings – Middle School:
Field Hockey: Women
|Basketball: Men & Women
Athletic Program Objectives
Varsity (grades 9-12): The objective of the varsity level is to exhibit impeccable sportsmanship and excellence. Varsity athletics is highly competitive and advanced. At this level, the athlete will be scrutinized more thoroughly in his character, ability, attitudes, and skills. He will play before many witnesses, including the Lord. The most qualified athletes will be allowed on the varsity team. Playing time will be at the discretion of the coach. In some sports, seventh and eighth grade students are eligible to participate on a varsity team.
Middle School (grades 6-8): The objectives of the middle-school program are improvement through participation and the development of basic skills. Coaches will also teach basic rules and principles of the game. Middle-school athletics will allow each student the opportunity to participate and grow in sportsmanship and Christian character. Each athlete will be allowed to participate in every game contingent on their attitude and participation in practice. Coaches will talk with players and parents to explain reasons for non-participation in a game.
A maximum of twenty athletes will be carried on the roster for volleyball and basketball. If more athletes turn out, coaches will make a cut. All cuts will be made by the varsity coach within the first week of practice. Prior to announcing the final rosters and cuts, the coach must meet with the Athletic Director. The coach and Athletic Director are to ensure that cuts made in compliance with these guidelines are in the best long-term interests of the program.
Grade Point Average: All CCS students must maintain a G.P.A. of 2.5 or above to participate in extra-curricular activities.
Pre-Participation: All participants must turn in a completed interim questionnaire, physical form, and emergency medical form, and must have paid their activity fee for that sport.
High School: All Sports – $125.00
Middle School: All Sports – $100.00
Athletic Director Dwayne Whiteheart
Hotline 919-303-2560 x300