At Grace Christian Academy, the way you conduct yourself during practice, at a competitive event, and after a competition is as important as winning or losing. Judgment calls - by coaches, teammates, and officials - are made in good faith and should be respected. Spectators should support both of the teams by refraining from derogatory or demeaning comments. If a coach, administrator, or student-athlete is fined by the TSSAA for unsportsmanlike conduct, that individual will be billed for the amount of the fine. Positive values like respect, self-control, and kindness do not undermine Grace’s focus on excellence or fostering a competitive intensity second to none. We appreciate your commitment as athletes, administrators, parents, coaches and students in exemplifying these values at every athletic event.
Student-athletes are expected to be dressed appropriately (shirts must be worn at all times). Proper language must be used in practice and games, and in the locker room. It is important that athletes represent Grace Christian Academy on and off the field, including, but not limited to, posting on various forms of social media, and in the variety of music played in and around our athletic facilities. Discipline will be administered to athletes not abiding by these rules.
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Core Value: Christ-centered
Those who say they live in God should live their lives as Jesus did. 1 John 2:6