At Front Range Christian School, we believe that sports are a great way for our students to develop physically while providing an opportunity for them to understand team and competitive environments. We encourage our athletes to become Christ-like role models in these environments.
The unfortunate truth for many Christian sports programs is that one often cannot tell the difference between the athletes and coaches from the Christian schools and the athletes and coaches from secular schools. At FRCS, we emphasize that athletes and fans must have a Christ-like demeanor and godly attitude in their approach to sports. This includes our revolutionary “Meet at the…” programs in which we invite the visiting team to gather for encouraging put-ups (instead of put-downs) and prayer after each home game.
Our coaches are more than just sports mentors. They also take seriously their responsibility to act as spiritual mentors and role models for their athletes. Many FRCS alumni state that their coaches played a vital role in their FRCS experience.
If you’d like to know more about our athletics programs, please feel free to click the buttons below or contact our Athletic Director, Eric Osberg at email@example.com.
From the Sports Blog
Congratulations to the FRCS golf team who played exceptionally well at Regionals! Our school has to compete up a division in golf, so we face golfers from larger schools, who often have bigger resources for their teams. Both of our golfers performed well at Regionals with Breck Ferrin shooting 86 and Davis Stewart shooting 84!…
Boys Varsity Basketball: Kyle Stidom I am from Morehead, Kentucky, but grew up in Indianapolis. I played high school basketball at a Christian school in Greenwood, Indiana. The years I spent at that high school helped change my life. While playing basketball there, I scored 2,059 career points and collected over 1,040 rebounds allowing me…
Congratulations to four of our spring sport athletes, who were name to the All Colorado State Teams! To qualify for the All Colorado 2A State Team, you have to first be an All Conference award winner in the league you play in. All Conference award winners are then nominated for the All State Team, which…