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CCES athletics are about far more than competition and winning. Being a member of a team gives our Cavaliers the opportunity to learn lessons in discipline, teamwork, accountability, communication, and collaboration.

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Athletic Leadership Development

Leadership Discovery
The CCES Athletics Leadership Discovery program launched in January of 2021. In 2023, this program was incorporated into the Physical Education curriculum, and meets once a month with seventh and eighth grade students. The objective of Leadership Discovery is to focus on self-leadership with a specific emphasis on character development. This program directly aligns with "The Cavalier Way," a Middle School program that focuses on our core values of character, community, excellence, and service.

Both the Leadership Academy and Discovery programs are made possible by the CCES Athletics Department and the Booster Club.
Student Leadership Academy
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The Leadership Academy is a voluntary program for student-athletes during their junior year at Christ Church Episcopal School. In partnership with AMPLOS (formerly Synergy Performance), it aims to develop leadership skills and maximize student-athletes' potential. The program includes monthly meetings with AMPLOS coaches and one-on-one sessions with Quin Hatfield, CCES Student Athlete Leadership Development Coordinator. The Academy accepts about 40 juniors annually and has impacted over 200 student-athletes since its inception in 2015.

Coaches Leadership Academy
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The Coaches Leadership Academy, launched in 2017, offers monthly personal growth and development sessions for all CCES head and assistant coaches. It transitioned to a Coaches Corner format in 2024. Alongside monthly meetings, there's an annual coaches retreat at the end of summer to kickstart the new school year. Molly Miller, Director of Athletics, coordinates all meetings, while Milt Lowder, founder and CEO of AMPLOS, facilitates the yearly retreat. These sessions foster self-improvement and build a community of support among our coaches.

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Athletic Recruitment Process

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The college process can be difficult for seniors as they narrow down their degree objectives, location, and that elusive notion of “best fit.” For student-athletes, this can be further complicated by the recruiting process, which starts with the decision of whether they want to pursue collegiate athletics at all.

Over the years, Christ Church Episcopal School has seen a number of Cavaliers commit to a sport in college. With the majority of CCES Upper School students participating in at least one sport, there is a great need for both increased awareness and education of the process – important dates, how to reach out to coaches, what schools to target, etc. – for parents, students, and coaches. The CCES Athletic Department understands how essential this initiative is and has given their full support in making it an area of focus as they continue to develop and serve student-athletes. For more information or questions, please contact Quin Hatfield at hatfieldq@cces.org or 864-299-1522 x1261.

Pictured: CCES Kailee Morgan, Class of 2019

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