CCS offer’s extracurricular activities for 3rd–12th grade students in both boys and girls sports.
As a temple of the Holy Spirit, the body of a young person is something to be cared for in a physical way. Development of athletic skills is one aspect of this physical development. Athletic competition gives the student athlete the opportunity to use his or her God given gifts in a wholesome manner in concert with other Christian young people under the direction of a Christian coach. Athletic competition also gives the team an opportunity to demonstrate the level of development with an opponent, before peers, before the general public, and before the Lord (Colossians 3:23).
Athletic contests must be considered a team’s opportunity to witness their faith, demonstrate their unity, exercise their self-control, and show their progress of the sport. The purpose of the contest must not be the glorification of the individual, the adoption of an attitude of winning at all costs, nor the acceptance of the idea that an end justifies a means. Integrity, fairness, team play, love, and hard work are the positive attributes held before the students as goals of interscholastic athletic competition (Galatians 5:22–23).