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At Pinecrest Academy, we believe athletics plays a very important role in preparing our student-athletes to strive to maximize their character and leadership skills. Our school motto "semper altius", meaning "always higher", challenges our students to be their best for the team and for Christ. Our philosophy of Integral Formation® is incorporated into the athletic program as we work to develop Christian leaders who will transform society. 

Pinecrest offers 15 sports to our student-athletes, including our Junior Paladins program for our younger children, Middle School sports and GHSA sanctioned Varsity sports.

Athletics News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Free Volleyball Clinic for Rising 6th Grade Girls - TOMORROW!

    Pinecrest Middle School Volleyball Coach, Amye Meyer, will be offering a free Volleyball Clinic to all rising 6th grade girls, as an introduction to this fun sport!
    When: Friday, April 16, 2:45-4:30pm
    Where: Lower School Gym
    What to Wear: Any Pinecrest T-shirt, PE shorts or black shorts, gym shoes and knee pads
    Please RSVP to Coach Meyer via email by April 12.  If you have questions, contact her at ameyer@pinecrestacademy.org.
  • Spring Sports Orders – Online Orders Due March 30

    Spring Sports Order Forms will be delivered to the Middle and High Schools on Wednesday, March 17, by Bryan White Photography + Art.  The due date for orders is March 30.
    Parents, please look for your student-athlete’s order form and get your orders in!  Thank you!
  • Tennis Seniors Celebrated

    Our Varsity Tennis team celebrated seniors Brigitte Lueder and Simon Luong on Monday, March 22.

    Brigitte has played tennis at Pinecrest for five years and starts at #1 doubles. Simon has played all four years of high school and starts at #1 singles.

    Congratulations, Brigitte and Simon, on your Pinecrest tennis careers, and good luck for the rest of the season!

Upcoming Games


V Boys Lacrosse vs. Mt Pisgah

Playing Fields - Varsity Field

V Girls Tennis State Playoffs vs. Christian Heritage

Dalton Golf & Country Club

V Golf vs. Fellowship Christian

River Pines Golf

MS Baseball vs. Whitefield

Playing Fields - Baseball Field

V Baseball vs. Holy Spirit

Holy Spirit Prep

V Boys Tennis State Playoff vs. Darlington Academy

Darlington Academy

V Baseball vs. Cherokee Christian

Cherokee Christian School

MS Baseball vs. Kings Ridge


V Boys Lacrosse vs. Northview

Northview High School
    • Turf field

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  • Shawn Coury, Interim Director of Athletics

    Mr. Coury has served 23 seasons as a high school football coach, coaching teams from South Forsyth High School, West Forsyth High School, Cherokee High School, Holy Spirit Preparatory School, and Pinecrest Academy.
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  • Jonathan Oshinski, Assistant Athletic Director

    Jonathan Oshinski is a Pinecrest alumnus (Class of 2010) and currently serves as the Varsity Girls Basketball Head Coach and Middle School Baseball Coach.
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Fast Fact:

The average number of Pinecrest graduates, beginning with our first graduating class of 2007, who go on to play college sports after graduation, is 9% (or 61 graduates). The national average each year is 7%. Of these grads, 28% have played D1 and 38% have played D2. Pretty impressive for a high school whose largest graduating class to date is 73 students!
Our Mission: To form Christian leaders who will transform society.