“A good coach can change a game, a great coach can change a life.” ~John Wooden
I have often been asked over the past two years how our program has such great success and the answer is always the same … great coaching! Our coaches model the NHCA Athletic Department’s Five Core Values and instill these in their teams: 1) Family, 2) Character, 3) Passion, 4) Commitment, and 5) Class. If you want to be part of a program that is impacting the world for Jesus Christ, please apply today by sending your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
New Hope Christian Academy
Hello New Hope Family!
AD Update 02-24-2020
I have attached the updated NHCA Basketball game schedule for the week! Please note that the OCSAA Varsity games that were originally scheduled for Friday have been MOVED TO THURSDAY, 2/27.
Thank you for being STATESMEN!
Congratulations to the NHCA players that were named Central Ohio Athletic League (COAL) All-Stars for the 2019/2020 MS Basketball season!
MS Girls: Aubrey Christensen, Sydney Manring, Kailen King
MS Boys: Caleb Ransom, Cameron Corey, Hunter Cavanaugh, Head Coach Caleb Engen
The NHCA MS Cheerleaders will be cheering during both games!
Please come out to Grace Christian tonight (2/20) and support our Statesmen! The MS Girls tip at 5:30pm followed by the MS Boys at 7:00pm.
GO STATESMEN! 👏🏀
ATTENTION: The NHCA Athletic Department is currently seeking candidates for the following coaching positions:
Middle School Girls’ Volleyball Head Coach (2020/2021 season)
Middle School Coed Soccer Head Coach (2020/2021 season)
Middle School Girls’ Cheerleading Head Coach (2020/2021 season)
Middle School Girls’ Basketball Head Coach (2020/2021 season)
Please click here for information on how to apply: 2020-21 NHCA Job Postings
I wanted to take a minute to praise the character and actions of your MS boys basketball team. My son plays at Liberty Christian Academy and we played you twice this year.
Both times your team won, but in my opinion New Hope found the right balance between playing hard, being competitive and respecting their teammates and their opponent.
In fact, I made a special trip with my son to watch NH play Grace for the COAL championship.
I thought it would be a good opportunity for my son to see an example of young men displaying character and respect, even in the heat of intense competition.
I was not disappointed. Even in defeat NH modeled character, class and respect and it created a great opportunity for my son and I to talk about how to win and lose in a way that pleases God.