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RCS is a member of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) and competes in the 3A Patriot League at the high school, and the Poudre School District at the middle school.

Mission Statement

The mission of the RCS Athletic Department is to enrich the spiritual life of each student, develop social and moral character, and enhance the physical skills of our students through a competitive athletic program.

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Athletic Fees*

MS Football $125

MS Cheer TBA

All Other Middle School Sports: $50

HS Football $175

HS Golf $350

HS Hockey TBA

HS Cheer TBA

All Other High School Sports $55

Non-RCS Students will pay the Athletic Fee listed above, plus an additional $200 per sport, contingent upon RCS Administration approval to join a sport at RCS.

*Parents will be billed the athletic fee after the completion of the 2nd week of practice through their FACTS incidental billing account. Discounts or reimbursements for Athletic Fees will not be issued if the Athletic Office does not receive notice of the student's withdrawal from the sport prior to the first official contest.

Requirements for Student Participation

  • Academic Eligibility
  • Physical Insurance or Waiver/Medical Release
  • Attendance

RCS Sports Honor Code

In order to build a quality program that glorifies God, the RCS sports program requires commitment in the following areas:

  1. Practice: The athlete is required to attend every practice, on time and dressed out.
  2. Games: The athlete is required to attend all games on time.
  3. Grades: The athlete is required to comply with CHSAA and RCS policies concerning eligibility.
  4. Character: The athlete is required to adhere to Christian principles of behavior and attitude, understanding that they are a representative of his or her Lord, family, team, and school.
  5. Cooperation: The athlete is required to personally contact the coach if he or she will be late, will miss practice or must leave school. All reasons are not necessarily excused. No call to the coach is an unexcused absence. If not excused, the athlete is expected to make up missed conditioning and possible extra work, as decided by the coach. This cooperation indicates the team’s priority to the athlete and enables the coach to make adjustments necessitated by the athlete's absence.
  6. Attitude: The athlete is required to do his or her part to put the team first. The student’s comments about the coach and team will be positive and uplifting.
  7. Prayer: The athlete is required to commit to pray for his or her coaches, team members, and opponents.