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We honor God by developing our God given abilities and talents, through hard work, dedication, perseverance and the pursuit of excellence through sports.
FEAST offers sports for home schooled middle and high school age children. Athletics also offers life lessons such as:
- being part of a team
- learning to work together
- encouraging one another
In addition to building life long memories and cementing relationships, athletics helps to establish an active lifestyle. Athletics seek to honor the Lord and serve others by becoming the best you can be.
Participation in the FEAST athletic program can offer many advantages for your home school student. The primary purpose for the FEAST athletic program is to provide a place to play sports in a supportive atmosphere for your home educated athlete. Our goal is development and demonstration of Christian character on and off the field and courts of competitive sports in the community. We strive to balance the competitive nature of the athletics program with providing the opportunity for character development.
Our athletic program helps us to bring to realization our goal of educating the whole child.
From Your Athletic Director
by Scott Lane. 1 August 2017
It’s summer out there, but fall is just around the corner. Fall is our busiest sports season of the year, with six sports offering programs this fall. Most of these sports start up this month.
Girls volleyball is starting their season in early August. Contact Elisa Barrera at (210) 425-3407, or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about FEAST Volleyball.
Kick off meetings and pre-season workouts for middle school soccer will start in early August. The kick off meeting will be held Tuesday, August 1, at 6:30pm at FEAST.
6-Man football has started. First practices are early August, and games start at the end of August. The program is designed for boys ages 12-18. We are looking forward to another fine season. If you have specific questions about FEAST Patriot Football, please contact Coach Dagerath: (901)-550-2925.
Our fine Cross-Country program has started their fall season. Go to our Cross-Country page for details.
Our basketball skills camps will begin on August 16 and run into September. Try outs and kick off meetings will occur at the end of September.
Our golf program is now year-round. For more information on our golf program, please contact Commissioner Cindy Seward at email@example.com.
Remember that to participate in any FEAST sports, you will need a Patriot Pass, which allows your entire family access to all FEAST activities for a full year. Remember also that we never wish that Patriot Pass to become an economic burden to anyone, so if it is for your family, contact us so that we can work out a barter arrangement. We hope that you and your family will find a place in one or more of these sports activities!
“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.” Psalm 133:1
Are you interested in coaching for FEAST? If so, please click on the link to fill out the appropriate application.
- If you have never coached before, please click here to fill out an application for new coaches.
- If you have coached previously, please click here to fill out an application for returning coaches.
Important Links, Phone Numbers and Emails:
- FEAST Sports Handbook All participants must read and agree with the FEAST Sports Handbook.
- Liability Release and Medical Waiver In order to participate in any FEAST sport you must read and agree with this waiver.
- Incident Form Please use this online form to report an incident
- For questions, contact the Sports Office: (210) 342-4675 ext. 14
- Sports Office Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Patriot Pass You must be a Patriot Pass holder in order to participate in any FEAST sport. The Patriot Pass is $125 per family per year
*NOTE: You must be a Patriot Pass holder in order to participate in any FEAST sport. The Patriot Pass is $125 per family per year. Click here to read more about the Patriot Pass.