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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.

  • Join the Paladins Football Program!

    99...the number of days until the Paladins kickoff under the Friday Night Lights. 
    The Paladins Football Program is looking for young men to join the team. Young men who enjoy brotherhood, fun, and football. 
    Please contact Coach Coury at football@pinecrestacademy.org if you are interested or have questions! 
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  • Nominations Accepted for Athletics Hall of Fame - Through June 1

    The Pinecrest Academy Athletics department is accepting nominations for the 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame.
    Anyone may submit a nomination, and we would especially encourage nominations from our alumni, alumni families, current families, current faculty and staff, as well as previous faculty and staff.
    The Athletic Department is currently taking nominations in the following categories:
    • Student Athlete Alumni from the Classes of 2007-2014
    • Past Coaches
    • Past Athletic Administrators
    • Friends of Paladin Athletics
    Click here to review Hall of Fame nomination requirements. Submit a nomination on the Pinecrest Athletics page by clicking HERE
    Nominations will be accepted until June 1, 2020. The class will be honored on Homecoming weekend in Fall 2020.
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  • Pinecrest Celebrates Six Spring Athletes Virtually

    Our Athletics department is pleased to celebrate six Pinecrest seniors who have signed to continue sports in college.  We extend our congratulations to the following:
    Caleb Bohn – Baseball, Mercer University

    Peter Haynes – Football, Troy University

    Brendan Kane – Soccer, Rhodes College

    Joey Kiernan – Football, Birmingham Southern College
    Ethan Massey - Football, Berry College
    Joe Metz – Wrestling, United States Military Academy West Point
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Upcoming Games

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!

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  • Chris Kane, Director of Athletics

    Chris Kane was named Pinecrest Academy Director of Athletics in 2015.
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  • Jay Lynch, Assistant Athletic Director

    Jay Lynch oversees the Junior Paladin Athletic programs at Pinecrest Academy, which include fall and winter soccer, 3rd-7th Grade Catholic Metro League Basketball, 1st-2nd Grade Instructional League Basketball, and the Junior Paladin Cheer after school program.
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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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