Our competitive athletic program is designed to build resilience, teamwork, stamina and valor in the life of the student-athlete both on and off the field. Athletics are inherently educational and as such, the field, track and court are extensions of the classroom and are classrooms. The focus of Pacific Coast Christian Prep Athletics is to develop positive and confident boys and girls who express exceptional character and high moral values on and off the field. We embrace the belief that the athlete's character comes first. Winning is secondary.
When winning is kept in the right perspective, our student athletes are allowed to develop without fear of failure. They learn to understand the value of praise, as well as that of constructive criticism. Winning must be accomplished while competing in the purest sense of fair play and good sportsmanship. Character shaped through athletic competition will carry over into all other areas of life.
At PCCPrep, we believe that athletics is an integral and valuable component of our students’ overall educational experience. We believe that student-athletes benefit not only physically and emotionally by participating and competing in sports, we believe that one of our fundamental responsibilities is to help student-athletes develop critical skills (e.g., teamwork, resilience, leadership, tenacity, etc.) that promote success in the classroom, in college and in life.
Competing in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) San Diego Section, we field over 16 CIF teams in diverse sports. Novice to college-bound athletes play on one or more teams including basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling.
At PCCPrep, we want to ensure that we hire the best of the best to mold our student athletes. We are currently interviewing for coaches for our Jr. and Sr. High Athletic Teams, therefore if you or someone you know would like to be included in the selection process, please contact our Athletic Director, Victor Andujo, via email at Victor.Andujo@pccprep.org for more details.