Athletics at SCS

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Andy Harrel

Athletic Director

Welcome to Stillwater Athletics! It is an honor and a privilege to be at the helm of the athletics department at Stillwater Christian School. The best thing about this job is having the opportunity to work with such incredible students and families. As the Athletic Director, it is my desire to see young men and women display their God-given abilities through the numerous sports-related opportunities offered here. Building Christian character, nurturing positive relationships, and providing as many opportunities for our students to compete at a high level are some of our main goals for athletics at Stillwater. It is important to me to see athletes compete and succeed, but more importantly, I want to provide a platform for young men and women to develop Godly character so that they can serve and lead wherever God calls, both now and in the future.

Athletics Philosophy

At Stillwater Christian School, we provide athletics opportunities which enable student-athletes to develop, improve, and use their God-given abilities. Winning is important and we play games to win.  Our highest priority, though, is for our teams to compete in a way that brings honor and glory to God.  Athletics is a great platform to convey a positive, Christian witness to those who come in contact with our players. 

Athletics at Stillwater are an extension of the classroom where we pursue our school’s mission and vision through athletic participation. Our work on athletic fields and courts gives students an opportunity to discover and embrace a Biblical worldview, and put it into practice. Sportsmanship, hard work, teamwork, positive attitudes, and commitment to improving are exemplified and reinforced in all we do. We aim to help student athletes improve and grow athletically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Finally, we are committed to partnering with parents and students to provide a positive, athletic experience that is grounded in hard work and the pursuit of excellence.

Athletics Pillars