The Western Carolina Athletic Association exists to offer competitive sports programs for home-schooled boys and girls in middle and high school and to do so in a manner that maintains a focus on and honors Christ. Our goal is to help athletes maximize their potential athletically, mentally, and spiritually and to teach competitiveness, sportsmanship, determination, and to help prepare them for greatness!
This is a mandatory meeting for all parents who will have student athletes participating in the fall sports. Also please bring all of the forms listed under the "Athlete Required Forms" section.
Ours fall sports coaches meeting will be held on July 30 at 7pm. Please watch your email for the location. The meeting should last for about 1.5 hours and will allow us to discuss budgets, schedules, and equipment needs. There are several changes this year so please make every effort to attend if you coach one of the fall sports.
In the News
Bryan College (Tenn.) volleyball coach David Shumaker called his newest recruit a perfect trifecta. Hope Burnett is a good athlete, exemplary person and fits the mold of a student who places "Christ Above All" as inscribed on the Bryan logo, Shumaker said.Only a handful of home-schooled athletes from Western North Carolina sign to play college sports each year. Burnett, who is a middle hitter for the Asheville Trailblazers, became one of those rare individuals Wednesday during a ceremony at the Xcel Sportsplex in Hendersonville. - Asheville Citizen Times