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Athletic Strength
  • CIF State Finalist
    • Girls Varsity Volleyball
  • CIF State Finalist (Individual Sport)
    • Mikayla Mays (Track and Field)
  • CIF Southern Section Champions
    • Girls Varsity Volleyball
  • League Champions
    • Girls Varsity Volleyball
    • Boys Varsity Football
    • Boys Varsity Soccer
    • Boys Varsity Track and Field
  • Rachel Holmes (Class of 2016) was awarded CIF Player of the Year, California All-State Volleyball Team, and All-American Girls Volleyball Second Team for Small Schools.
  • Micah Langston (Varsity Volleyball Coach) was awarded CIF Coach of the Year.
  • Mark Edgemon (Director of Athletics) received the prestigious Jim Echols Award from the California State Athletic Directors Association (CSADA) for his outstanding contribution to CSADA, and was honored at the 48th CSADA/NCSA State Conference in San Diego. Mr. Edgemon was also named a CIF Champion for Character for exemplifying the very finest in sportsmanship, character, integrity, and athletics.
  • Tim Hoy (Superintendent) was recognized by the Foothill Citrus Athletic Directors Association at their annual luncheon for his support of high school athletics. Mrs. Christine Sudyka (Athletic Administrative Assistant) was also recognized for her outstanding work in high school athletics over the past 10 years.
  • 21 students were recognized as Tri-Sport Athletes at UC Academy (awarded to student athletes who participate in fall, winter, and spring sports.)
  • Over 66% of our students play sports at UC Academy
  • We are proud that our athletic program continues to develop and nurture strong leaders for our school and community.
  • We are excited to be transitioning to 11-man football in 2016-17.

“Volleyball is one of the ultimate team sports and is unique in the sense that there is no one versus one person. We had a saying, ‘there is no great hit without a great set, and there is no great set without a great pass.’ The girls understood that they could not succeed without one another. It truly was an evolving experience for them as they grew spiritually and mentally as a team – as one body –  with several different roles – many callings. This perspective shaped our teams approach by reinforcing that every girl had to focus on what their role was, and to work hard on that role to achieve a common goal.”

– Micah Langston (Varsity Volleyball Coach)

Micah Langston
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Varsity Volleyball Team, November 2015
Varsity Volleyball Team, November 2015
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