Specific Objectives of the Athletic Department
To bring glory to God.
To teach that all abilities come from the Lord, and that there is no room for pride, arrogance, or bragging. “For who makes you differ from another? And what do you have that you did not receive? Now if you did indeed receive it, why do you boast as if you had not received it?” (1 Corinthians 4:7, NKJV).
- To teach submission to authority.
- To teach cooperative effort.
- To place team needs ahead of individual needs.
- To teach team unity.
- To teach sportsmanship. We want to do our best to win the league sportsmanship award in every sport.
- To give 100% in all things, not just athletics. BCS athletes are expected to be examples in the areas of Christian testimony, attitude, behavior, and academics.
- To accept winning and losing as part of God's will, and to learn what He has for us in every situation.
In the interest of good sportsmanship and positive Christian testimony, we ask all fans at our athletic contests to observe the following:
- Show proper respect to the players on both teams.
- Show proper respect for the visiting crowd. Treat them just as you would like to be treated in their gym or at their field.
- Show proper respect to the officials and to their legitimate position of authority over the game.
- Remember that the other team's players, coaches, and fans are not our enemies. They are merely our opponents in a game.
- Please do not “boo” or otherwise show a negative reaction to an official's decision or to a player's performance.
- Be a positive reflection of Christ in all circumstances…regardless of how “stressful” a game may become.
Junior High Sports
Our Junior High teams compete in the Mountain-Valley Christian Junior High League.
High School Sports
Our High School teams compete in the Victory League of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), Southern Section.