Athletics At Faith

Building Character

Athletics at Faith Christian School can be an important part of the process of training young people to develop their character that will prepare them physically, emotionally, and spiritually for adulthood. Faith Christian School provides a well-rounded program of athletics in which students may participate.

Developing Healthy Bodies and Disciplined minds

Athletic competition is an excellent vehicle to develop discipline, teamwork, and leadership as well as strong, healthy bodies. Despite its small size, Faith has competed well in conference sports, capturing numerous titles in volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, golf, softball, and baseball.  Faith is a member of the WIAA and the Indian Trails conference.

In the News

Luke Versweyveld took 3rd place in the WIAA  Division 3 State Championships in Wisconsin Rapids on  November 2,2013. Thanks Luke for a great season and a great running career at FCS.

Feb 21, 2014

Girls V 6:00pm
Boys:V 7:30pm
Special Halftime

A Student who elects to participate in athletics is voluntarily making a choice of self-discipline and self-denial.

We hope that our athletes realize that while they practice and compete in their sport, they represent their team, school, family and most importantly, Jesus Christ. 

We, who are concerned with the educational development of boys and girls through athletics, believe that a properly controlled, well-organized sports program meets the students' needs for self expression, mental alertness and physical growth. It is our hope to maintain a program that is sound in purpose and will further each student's educational, physical and spiritual maturity. All actions on and off the court should promote a Christ-like spirit, a wholesome attitude, and loyalty to both team and school.

Mr. Skrede playing hockey or just carrying a big stick.

In addition to athletic competition, day trips to Timber-Lee for tobogganing and tubing, a ski day or ice skating at the Pettit Center, and other events provide additional opportunities for spiritual growth, team building and athletic competition.