Community Christian School uses the field of athletics as an opportunity to instill in our students a winning attitude centered around Christ-like behavior. Beginning in junior high and continuing through our varsity teams, athletes are encouraged to not only develop their God-given athletic ability, but also to use sports as a way to build their character. At CCS, we feel that team sports provide great opportunities for students to develop teamwork, while maintaining a Christ-like attitude.
Athletic Booster Club.
The Athletic Booster Club supports Community Christian athletic teams with the following purpose: lighten the workload of coaches by providing volunteer resources, provide financial assistance for the athletic department, and create enthusiastic support of athletics. The Athletic Booster Club needs parents to run concession stands, attend and support athletic events, and show Lion spirit!
Community Christian School is a member of The Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS). TAPPS organizes and coordinates athletic competitions among Christian schools.
Community Christian School has a great baseball team for boy in 9th -12th grade. The season runs through the spring and play regional across Texas.
Our basket ball program has won several championships and athletes awarded several full ride college scholarships.
Lion's cheerleaders are the pride of our athletic department as the celebrate and cheer our school with spirit.
Community School is active in six man football. The season runs through the fall and we have a growing team that is very competitive in regional athletics.
CCS offers golf for both middle school and high school students to compete with other students across Texas on some of the most beautiful courses in the state.
The Lady Lion's softball team is full of pride. Our girls compete with other schools in the area. The season runs through the beginning of the new year.
CCS tennis is the current state champs. Our players serve up the best plays on the court.
Track and Field.
Community athletes compete in both track and field competitions across the state and are consistently in the top in of the region.
Lion's volleyball has been a staple of Community athletics since the early 80's. Our team is top in the state and the games are celebrated by both alumni and current students.