Athletics Overview

Central Fellowship Christian Academy is a truly exciting place to be. Our athletic and extra-curricular activities help integrate a spiritual approach to all aspects of student life. Our desire is that each CFCA student will develop characteristics that will encourage them to grow in their Christian walk.


Athletic Director - Mr. Richard Hodges 478-788-5501 x135   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Asst AD- Mrs. Felicia Holmes 478-788-5501 x126

Athletic Programs Offered

Central Fellowship Christian Academy offers the following interscholastic programs to students in the 6th-12th grades:

Football Basketball Baseball
Softball Soccer
Cross Country Track & Field


Academic Eligibility

These activities are a privilege and Central Fellowship Christian Academy reserves the right to remove students from these activities for inappropriate behavior or attitudes. 


Competitive Level

Central Fellowship Christian Academy competes in athletics in the Georgia Independent Christian Athletic Association (GICAA) at the Division-I level. The GICAA is a competitive league and challenges our coaches and athletes to perform at their very best. There are eligibility requirements as outlined by the GICAA and can be obtained from the athletic department. Our goal, in addition to developing young men and women of good Christian character, is to also regularly compete for region and state championships in the GICAA.

Coaches and Sponsors

CFCA Athletics is a wonderful place for a young person to develop character, develop as an athlete, and learn to compete at their highest possible level of play. Each coach at CFCA is a Christian and our coaches are excellent role models for students. Our coaches are committed to helping young people grow personally and spiritually as well as athletically. Our coaches are dedicated to their sport and emphasize the fundamentals of the sport and fair play as we compete. Coaches are an extension of the CFCA staff and should be treated with due respect by students and parents. In order to participate in an extra curricular activity, students must be counted present on the day of the activity. Students participating in activities are expected to be present for the entire school day following the day of an activity. Students with unexcused absences the day following an activity will not be eligible to participate in the next scheduled activity.