Our athletic program provides character development through out-of-class instruction, an insistence upon discipline and concentration, and an opportunity to become well-rounded individuals. While athletic ability is important, a student’s behavioral and academic performance significantly influences his or her participation in our athletic program. MCA seeks to develop the following priorities and practices in the lives of our student athletes.
Our athletic program is important because it provides an outlet for physical exercise with a tool to teach Christ-likeness in a valuable learning environment.
It also fosters a wholesome atmosphere for fun, fellowship, encouragement, and school spirit for our school family.
Great care must be exercised to protect this environment from our selfish ambitions and the worldly attitudes prevalent in our culture today. Sporting events must be tempered with Spirit-produced self-control, both for the athlete and the spectator. Biblical principles must guide our actions and attitudes.
Our teams compete in the Carolina Christian Conference. This conference consists of teams of similar Christian philosophy and size. We belong to the Class 1A in the North Carolina Christian School Association.
Games are typically played on Tuesdays and Fridays, with the exception of tournaments. There are no practices on Wednesday to allow families to worship in Wednesday night services.
Parental permission forms must be completed and turned in by the first day of practice. Soccer and Volleyball starts August 10.