Grace recently interviewed Brian Andrews for an ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT which was picked up by on line publication ucaststudios. Click the title to access the link to the full article!
At Grace, our desire for athletics is to train student-athletes to glorify God through skillful preparation, practice, and performance. When our athletes take to competition, they are trained to be confident in their abilities, knowing that their pursuits will give honor and glory to the Lord no matter what the outcome.
Championship sports programs for grades 9-12.
Character building sports programs for grades 7 & 8.
Superior sports programs for grades 4-6.
Will be announced in spring 2024.
At Grace, we offer a variety of sports in the most competitive leagues in Ventura County. Our student-athletes are encouraged to participate in multiple sports and activities on campus.
Grace alumnus Kai Terentieff (2022) pulled off a feat rarely seen on the collegiate soccer field. Kai, a sophomore at the Master’s University, scored a hat trick to lift his Mustangs to a 4-0 win over Fresno Pacific (NCAA Division 2) in their season-opener.
Brian, please share about your involvement while at Grace School.
I was involved in football for four years while at Grace Brethren. I also took a
photography class in 10th grade that lit the spark for my future career and love of cameras and photography.
Madison Wall and Hunter Watkins received Athlete of the Year from the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame.
Varsity Softball is sitting 3rd place in a highly competitive Tri-Valley League (3-2 League; 6-4 Overall). Softball has 3 regular season games left on the schedule and will be honoring 4 senior student-athletes at their final home game on Tuesday, April 25th at 4:00 PM at the Lancer softball diamond.