At Chapel Hill Academy we train students to apply leadership skills to all areas of their lives including the athletic arena.

The goals of our athletic program are to train our children to glorify God as Christian athletes and to strive to work hard and give their best to honor Christ. We desire to glorify God through words and actions in all situations faced. It is our privilege to offer an athletic program at Chapel Hill Academy that is committed to training athletes both spiritually and physically.

Sports Offered

Athletics are offered to students in Grades 4-8*

Teams participate in the SSYO (Southside Youth Organization) and play teams from other area private schools.

Fall

  • Volleyball (Girls, Grades 4-8)
  • Soccer (Co-Ed, Grades 5-8)

Winter

  • Hoopsters Basketball (Girls & Boys, Grades 2 – 3)

Hoopsters is an in-house developmental basketball program for participants in 2nd and 3rd grade who attend Chapel Hill Academy or who are home schooled. Student athletes attend sessions that focus on basic basketball skills and knowledge as well as developing character in young athletes.

  • Basketball (Girls & Boys, Grades 4-8)

Spring

  • Track & Field (Co-Ed, Grades 4-8)

High School Sports Participation

Students in 8th grade may be eligible to participate at Southwest Christian High School in activities according to SWCHS’s respective high school policies and CHA Eligibility Criteria. Contact Jessica Santjer, CHA Athletic Director, for policy details and information on eligibility. 

G.L.O.R.I.F.Y. (Godly Lessons On Reflecting Integrity For Youth)

To assist in reaching our spiritual goal, a character building curriculum titled G.L.O.R.I.F.Y. (Godly Lessons On Reflecting Integrity For Youth) is implemented by each coach. This curriculum uses real life stories to teach our athletes about character traits that will help in glorifying God in all areas of their lives. The goals of our G.L.O.R.I.F.Y. curriculum are clear: to train Godly character in student athletes, to remind coaches and parents of Christian character from the sidelines and to prepare our athletes to be witnesses in our league by showing excellent sportsmanship and positive Christian conduct.

Parent Volunteers

Our athletic program relies on wonderful staff and parent volunteers to challenge students physically by teaching them age-appropriate skills for the sport in which they are participating as well as a work ethic that is pleasing to Christ.

Volunteer Opportunities include:

  • Score Table
  • Concessions
  • Team Manager

Interested in Becoming a Coach?

We are here to support you supporting our students. Volunteer coaching positions are available for all sports offered. All our coaches follow the G-L-O-R-I-F-Y coaches guide throughout the season to support our students as they grow physically and spiritually.

  • Lead Coach
  • Assistant Coach
  • Team Manager

Interested candidates should please contact our Director of Athletics.

Athletics Documents & Forms can be found in the Parent Corner

Questions? 

Jessica Santjer
Athletic Director