Welcome From Athletic Director

Dear Prospective Parents,

Welcome to Presbyterian Christian School. I am so excited that you are considering us as the place for your child to grow and learn! 

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PCS Athletics exists to honor Christ through the efforts of our young people, coaches, and spectators.  I Corinthians 10:31 says, “So whatever you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it for the glory of God.”  Our prayer is that through athletics discipline is taught, the ability to handle success and failure are developed, an inspiring journey is had, and a work ethic forged in the desire to represent Christ, self, family, and school is created that will impact each athlete as they run the race of  life.

PCS will compete in the MAIS AAAA-D1 conference for the alignment years of 2015-2017.  We will support 19 different sport groups with the addition of Archery for the 2015-2016 school year.  We play to win in all that we do, however, winning is only important if it is done in a way that is pleasing in the eyes of our Heavenly Father. 

PCS Athletics will abide by and support the mission of PCS which is, “The mission of PCS is to provide a comprehensive college preparatory education distinguished by a biblical worldview to equip students with the moral integrity, intellectual capacity, and social conscience to impact the world for Christ.”

For the 2015-2016 school year we are embracing a motto and scripture to encourage and inspire each of our athletes as they work to hone their craft.  There are 86,400 seconds in every day; championships will not be won by focusing on specific matchups or merely focusing on long term goals.  Championships will be won and a championship culture will be created when we “Own the Moment.”  Taking ownership for each of those 86,400 seconds is where championships begin. 

Finally, our scripture for the upcoming year is simple, Proverbs 14:23 states, “All hard work leads to a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty”.  We want to be an Athletic Department full of doers, not just talkers.  Whether it’s on the playing surface, in the classroom, fundraisers, concessions, volunteering, or any other part we play, let’s work hard and reap the rewards promised in Proverbs 14:23.

Go Bobcats!

Josh Dorman
Director of Athletics