Updates as of July 27, 2020
As of July 27, 2020, we are on track to have a season for all fall sports this year through our participation with the the Wichita Warriors, which allows all Faith Academy students, including part-time homeschool students, to participate in athletics. The athletic director of the Wichita Area Homeschool Athletic Association has submitted a large, COVID-19 sensitive practice, games and reporting policy that is under review by the WAHAA Board. Some of our sports (like Cross Country) are dependent on the decisions of the public schools, because of the meets take place at public schools.
The WAHAA website is open for registration; follow this link to visit the site and register your child for any of the sports the Warriors have available: https://www.wichitawarriors.org/.
New this year: the Medical Release Form and the Code of Conduct must be printed out, signed and turned in to either your coach or the athletic director, Kenny Collins. Please note that the Code of Conduct MUST be signed by BOTH the parent and the child.
Also, parents, If you are interested in helping coach a Warrior sport this year, please contact Athletic Director Kenny Collins to set up a time to visit. His email is WichitaWarriorsAD@gmail.com. Coaches training will start in August, and you must complete the training and sign documents prior to coaching each year.
Finally, if you still have a uniform from last year’s participation, please get it to the coach no later than August 5th, or return it to the gym during one of the scheduled practices for volleyball or cheer. Please make sure it is in a bag marked with your name so you get credit for turning it in.
If you are interested in participating in a sport this fall, please contact the coach for details ASAP!
HS and MS Football – Coach Bill Turner
HS Soccer – Coach Brent Castillo
MS Soccer – Coach Kristin Ashby
HS and MS Cross Country – Coach John Murphy
HS Volleyball – Coach Tiffany Hall
MS Volleyball – Coach Shiloh Collins
About the Warriors
The Wichita Warriors provides an opportunity for homeschool and other area athletes to participate in organized, competitive athletics and to use that competition to teach Christian-based principles that will encourage young people to strive for spiritual maturity in all areas of their lives.
The Wichita Warriors offer sports for 5th-12th graders and compete in the Kansas Christian Athletic Association (KCAA), National Christian Homeschool Athletic Association (NCHAA), and Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA).