Fremont Christian High School participates in the North Coast Section (NCS) of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), which is the state governing body of high school athletics. Visit the CIF NCS website.
FCS has introduced a new sport to our athletic program. Bringing a new level of competition and team-based skills through gaming, exports demonstrates all aspects of team-based sports and core values of teamwork, community, and competition. Read more about esports (PDF).
The Warriors compete in the Bay Area Conference (BAC), which includes high schools from Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties. The BAC is divided into four leagues: Bay Counties League (BCL), Bay Counties League East (BCL East), Bay Counties League Central (BCL Central), and Bay Counties League West (BCL West). Fremont Christian High School plays in the BCL. Visit the BAC BCL website.
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“My experience playing basketball with FCS has been incredible. I started playing basketball at FCS in fourth grade and I’ve seen myself grow mentally and physically in the sport I love to play. It’s been a pleasure to be part of the girls' varsity basketball team and to represent the school.”
— Gayoung, girls' varsity basketball team, class of 2022
“Everyone here at FCS is very inviting and helpful regardless of our relationship with them. Regarding basketball, the best part of the season so far has been hearing the buzzer sound after winning the BCL tournament championship. Our team has poured our blood, sweat, and tears into this season, and after being down five points with 22 seconds left, it was truly a miracle from God that our team was able to pull out a win during the championship game.”
— Stanley, boys' varsity basketball team co-captain, class of 2023
“I love the close bond between the team members. My favorite thing to do is cheer like crazy for the boys when they run races. Nothing makes me prouder and more satisfied than seeing my teammates pushing themselves to the max at the finish line of a race.”
— Florence, cross country, class of 2022
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