We consider athletics to be extensions of our classrooms—perfect opportunities to learn about each other better as individuals, to explore and encourage one another’s gifts, and to experience Christian community and life struggles together.
But we also love healthy competition and rejoice in well-executed games and meets, and see them as opportunities to influence sports culture positively for Christ. Our coaches are fellow Christ-followers who love the students and the sports they coach, and who not only thrive on teaching and improving skills, but forming Christian disciples through the structure of sports and life on a team.
The mission of Sunnyside Christian is that students know Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, live like Him, and prepare academically, physically, socially and spiritually enabled to make a difference in the world.
The Sunnyside Christian athletics program fosters the development of Christian character through physical training, team membership, competition and sportsmanship.
Volleyball is offered in the fall for our lady athletes. SCS fields both a varsity and junior varsity team for high school students, and a volleyball program is available for junior high students.
8 MAn football
Football is offered in the fall for 8th-12th grade students.
Cheer and others
Cheer is offered for both fall and winter sports. Cheerleaders encourage the football team and both men’s and women’s basketball programs.
If SCS does not offer a sport in our school, students can play in their home district. We often have students participate in soccer and track with area public schools.
Sunnyside Christian School has basketball for many age groups. SCS elementary school hosts AAU games on Saturdays, and teams are available for grades 2-8. WIAA school competition is available for both men and women in junior high and high school.
Baseball is available in the junior high for boys from 6th-8th grade. High school students also have a baseball program available as our spring sport.
Young ladies in junior high can opt to participate in fastpitch softball. High school also extends the opportunity for softball to the young women.