kingdom athletics

CTCS Athletic programs play a vital role in the overall mission of Central Texas Christian School, as we educate students with the transforming truth of Christ. We strongly believe athletics can help prepare our young people to live a productive Christian life on and off the field.


A Christian lifestyle is not always easy and just as in life, athletics teaches you that sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes you just get rained out. In Athletics, students learn to work hard, set goals, develop self-discipline, become dependable team players, and to be a part of something bigger than themselves. This teaches them to excel and to honor God on a greater level.


Our desire at CTCS is to collectively discipline and train students and minister to coaches and others by acknowledging God's glory through competition without compromise.  



Jeremy Calahan
Athletic Director and Head Football Coach

CTCS is a member of Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), the largest private school competitive athletic organization in Texas. Competitive sports begin in the 7th grade. 


Lion Athletics 
11-Man football

Cross Country
Baseball (9-12 grades only) 
Track and Field

Strengthening and Conditioning 
Academic Counseling 
Lion Character Program

Lady Lion Athletics 

Competitive Cheer (grades 9-12 only)

Cross Country
Track and Field

Strengthening and Conditioning
Lion Character Program 

CTCS is an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Chapter.


FCA athletes meet every other week as a campus ministry to discuss God’s word with the goal of getting involved in community matters and projects. 


In Lion and Lady Lion Athletics sports are divided into three separate categories according to their nature. Those categories are listed below: 


Middle School sports are developmental. Coaches allow each athlete an opportunity to play in every game as young athletes need the opportunity to develop. Coaches do not set a time limit on the amount of playing time an athlete will receive. 

Junior varsity sports are competitive and developmental. Coaches do their best to make sure all athletes on a team receive some playing time; however, the amount of time is completely at their discretion and those with a higher skill level are awarded more playing time. 

Varsity level sports are competitive. Teams have the opportunity to win district and advance to the state playoffs. Playing time is awarded to students with a higher skill level. There are times when athletes may not get playing time. 

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