At Grace Brethren, our athletics program philosophy is about spiritual and personal growth. When our athletes take the field, they are using the gifts, talents and abilities the Lord has blessed them with to give Him glory.

Sport Offerings

senior high sports

Championship sports programs for grades 9-12.

Junior High sports

Character building sports programs for grades 7 & 8.

Elementary Sports

Superior sports programs for grades 4-6.

Lancer Athletes

Current students to watch!

Alumni Athletes

Alumni, collegiate athletes. Lancers for life!

Meet the Athletics Team

Experienced, Christ-centered coaches. We could not be prouder.

Grace Brethren High School competes within the Marmonte League for football, and the Tri-County Athletic Association(TCAA) for all other high school sports. The High School offers a variety of male and female sports in the fall, winter, and spring. The Junior High School competes in the Valley Christian Athletic League, also offering a variety of male and female sports throughout the school year, grades 7th-8th. The Elementary School competes in the Tri-Valley Christian Athletic League offering multiple sports for both male and female, grades 4th-6th.


At Grace Brethren, we offer a variety of sports which allow students the opportunity to excel and compete and to be a multi-sport athletes. Our athletic program equips our students with the tools they need to be successful in life, but more than anything, we desire that God would be honored through the arena of athletics.

Athletic News

The Gridiron Lancers made a great return to the field with a 68-8 win. Grace Brethren defeated USC-Hybrid with an excellent defense and an efficient offense. Seniors Gabe Shinn and Trevor Thelan led the team on both sides of the ball, as the Lancers displayed incredible play and great camaraderie. Grace Brethren steps back on the field next Friday, September 3rd, as they host Cate at 3:30 PM.


Read More about Football Earns 1st Victory of the Year!

The Lady Lancers started their season with a pair of local away contests. At Simi Valley High School, the JV team was victorious, while the Varsity team came up short. In their second matches of the week, both teams visited Royal High School. The Varsity team lost in three close games and the JV team lost as well.

A huge bonus to playing these in-town matches was the great student support they received in the stands from their classmates.

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