Contra Costa Christian Schools

Preparing the Next Generation


Contra Costa Christian Schools is committed to quality coaching from a Christian perspective that grounds athletes in strong fundamentals of their respective sports while emphasizing integrity and sportsmanship.

Contra Costa Christian High School is a member of the North Coast Section (NCS) of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) and competes in the Bay Counties League of the Bay Area Conference.

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The primary aim of the athletic program at Contra Costa Christian High School is the spiritual and social development of the student athlete.  Through participation in athletics we hope to develop in our student-athletes positive qualities of responsibility, cooperation, respect, commitment, leadership and discipline. 

Contra Costa Christian High School competes regularly with Division 5 and Division 6 schools of comparable size.  CCCS fields competitive teams with these other schools, in part due to the high quality of Christian coaches on staff.  With only one team selected in each league, CCCS was awarded the Bay Counties League Sportsmanship Award in the 2008-09 and 2012-13 school years. The girls varsity basketball team won the 2015-16 BCL League Championship.  In the last few years, we have seen the following teams successfully attain playoff berths in NCS:

CCCS continues to look for ways to further develop their sports program by adding additional sports.  The school is currently reviewing additional sports such as golf, tennis and cheerleading for expansion of the existing programs.

With a great sense of school pride and a strong commitment by the athletic staff, it makes it a great time to be a part of Contra Costa Christian Athletics.

Home Games

Home games for soccer are hosted on the CCCS campus.  CCCS teams practice at several local gyms for volleyball and basketball, with most home games taking place at Tice Valley gym.  Swim meets occur at DVC Aquatic Center and baseball and soccer on Cougar Field. Directions to away games can be found on the individual sports pages or by going to the Bay Area Conference Directions page.