Suburban Christian School offers many opportunities for students that are in grades six through twelfth for athletics. Suburban offer boys and girls basketball teams at both the junior high and the varsity levels, girls junior high and varsity volleyball in the fall, boys junior high and varsity soccer in the fall, and boys varsity baseball in the spring.

Suburban Christian has established a great tradition of excellence athletically, academically and spiritually. It is our mission to glorify God through and to produce student-athletes who seek to excel in athletics, with the Bible as their foundation and Jesus Christ as their focus.

Our coaches and players pursue athletics in a way that is distinctive and brings honor to Jesus Christ. Our coaches and student-athletes are dedicated to this mission shown by their exceptional efforts in the classroom, their respect of officials and opponents and their many achievements in various conference or state tournaments.

Our athletic program’s success would not be possible were it not for the various people (parents, coaches, students, and staff) who do so much to achieve that success.

– Mr. Zach Goar
Athletic Director

Our Sports


SCS basketball is played in the winter. SCS has JH boys and girls basketball teams that are for students in grades 6-8. SCS also has varsity girls and boys basketball teams that include grades 9-12.


SCS soccer is played in the fall. SCS has a boys JH soccer team which includes students in grades 5th-8th. SCS also has a varsity boys soccer team that includes grades 7-12.


SCS volleyball is played in the fall. SCS has a girls JH volleyball team for grades 6-8 and a varsity team for girls in grades 9-12.


SCS has a boys varsity baseball team that plays in the spring. It is made up of boys in grades 7-12.

SCS is a member of the IACS and participates in the IACS state tourney for varsity basketball, soccer, and volleyball sports.

SCS is a member of the Central Indiana Christian Conference (CICC) and competes with other Christian schools of like faith within the conference for a majority of its athletic contests.