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School athletics can create some of the best memories that a person carries with them through life. And that is what the Flint Hills Athletic Department desires to generate. Participation in athletics is more than practices and games. It is a combination of practices, games, discipline and habit development, responsibility building, personal relationship development, and learning how to handle both success and adversity with character.

Ryan Hofstra, Athletic Director |  fhcsad@fhcsks.org

FHCS proudly offers the following sports:

BASKETBALL

HIGH SCHOOL


JR. HIGH

TRACK AND FIELD

Coach: James Helton |  helton_james@hotmail.com

VOLLEYBALL

HIGH SCHOOL


JR. HIGH

CROSS COUNTRY

Coach: James Helton | helton_james@hotmail.com

GOLF

JR. HIGH & HIGH SCHOOL

Coach: Zeb Carter | zcarter@fhcsks.org

Sports Fees:

Sports Fees for any sport must be paid prior to the first practice of the season for that sport. Sports fees for students enrolled full-time at Flint Hills Christian School are $50 for each sport participated in. For enrolled students eligibility requirements: FHCS Board Policy Manual > Section 500 – 599 

5th – 12th grade students who receive their primary instruction in the home are welcome to participate in extracurricular activities at FHCS, including athletics. The fee for homeschool students is $125 and, just like full-time students, must be paid prior to the first practice of the season for that sport. For homeschool eligibility requirements: FHCS Board Policy Manual > Section 309

*Homeschool students that participate in our athletic program cannot be in a homeschool program that is affiliated with KSHSAA.

PRIORITIES: OUR PHILOSOPHY

We want each participant to learn many things about their athletic experience. One of those things is an understanding of right priorities. We believe those priorities are:

  • Relationship and walk with God
  • Relationship and family
  • Academics – be the best student you can be
  • Honoring and glorifying God through athletics and other extracurricular pursuits