Student Life

Athletics

  • Old Suwanee Christian School is a member of the Georgia Christian Athletic Association (GCAA).
  • Participation in varsity, junior varsity, and middle school sports is open to eligible students in grades 5-12.
  • Sports offered are subject to change based on student participation and administrative approval.
  • To participate in the athletic program, students must agree to the athletic department policies and guidelines and must complete and submit the athletic forms contained in the athletic packet.

Conquerors

  • Soccer
  • Cross Country
  • Basketball
  • Baseball

Lady Conquerors

  • Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Cross Country
  • Basketball

To learn more about our athletics programs, please visit our athletics pages.

Student Council

High school students have the chance to take on a leadership role if they are elected for a student council position. Each year, the student council helps to plan and run extracurricular events such as a Thanksgiving food drive, student Christmas party, and spring field day.

Field Trips

All students enjoy at least two field trips a year that bring to life the concepts they have been introduced to in the classroom. Middle and high school students begin the school year with a two-day retreat that includes exciting activities and helpful Bible messages.

Clubs

Upper elementary students enjoy participating in chess club. Middle and high school students also select a club to participate in each year. Clubs meet once a month and are a fun way to make new friends, try new things, or learn more about an interest. Students may choose from a variety of clubs such as: art, drama, robotics, mechanics, and science.

Bible Quiz Team

"Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee." -Psalm 119:11

Middle and high school students have the opportunity to hide God's Word in their heart and sharpen their memorization skills by joining the Bible Quiz Team. Bible Quiz Meets are held regularly throughout the year and students compete against other teams in the southeast. They even have the chance to advance to the national American Association of Christian Schools competition.