The athletics program at Trinity Christian School is an integral part of the school’s total educational experience.Our sports provide coaches, students, and families with unique opportunities to live out the mission of TCS, as we seek “to glorify God through honoring Christ, inspiring excellence, and educating for life.”
Once an athlete commits to playing a sport at TCS, our desire is that it will be a great experience, rich with good memories, new friends, and life lessons to assist in serving the Kingdom.
We are a member of the WVSSAC (West Virginia Secondary Schools Athletic Commission) and the OVAC (Ohio Valley Athletic Conference). We offer the following sports to our students:
- Boys’ Baseball – High School
- Boys’ & Girls’ Basketball – Middle and High School
- Boys’ & Girls’ Cross Country – Middle and High School
- Co-ed Golf – High School
- Co-ed Soccer – High School
- Girls’ Softball – High School
- Boys’ & Girls’ Track – Middle and High School
- Girls’ Volleyball – Middle and High School
Athletic Physical Form
View and print the Athletic Physical Form. This completed form is required for any student to participate in athletic programs at Trinity Christian School.
View parent/student Athletic Handbook – July 2014
West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission website (www.wvssac.org). WVSSAC covers the progress of your school sports and activities by announcing schedules and ratings. There are also a number of sports clinics which assist our young athletes in fulfilling their expectations. Also included are member schools and what it takes to be eligible.
All in all, WVSSAC Online is geared toward informing you about this program and providing immediate and accurate coverage of your favorite sport and activity in your local and surrounding area.
Ohio Valley Athletic Conference (www.ovac.org). It is the basic objective of the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference to continue the promotion of all high school athletics and to serve in the overall development of proper school relationship, scholarship, and sportsmanship within the Conference.