Valor Collegiate Academies provides interscholastic athletic opportunities for students in grades 6-12 at all three school campuses. It is our goal for participation in athletics to be accessible to all socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, and races. "We strive to educate and invigorate through competitive athletics."


The goal of participation in athletics is to develop young men and women that love competition and will be a positive influence on their community and on those around them. There are so many lessons that can be learned through the hard work and effort it takes to be an athlete. We believe that athletics provides our students the opportunity to work as a team, strive hard for common goals, and to develop leadership skills that will remain in them for the rest of their lives. The goal of our coaches coaching our student-athletes is to value People over Performance and to find ways to make sure every member of the team feels important!


Research shows us that experiences gained through participation in extracurricular activities at school help prepare our students for life beyond their years of formal education. Many of life’s lessons are learned through the challenges and discipline of a strong athletic experience. The Athletic Department recognizes coaches' and parents' roles in providing these opportunities for our student-athletes. Together we can make these experiences positive, meaningful, and successful. We hope the information provided in this handbook will make both your and your child’s participation in the athletic program positive and enjoyable.


Athletic participation is a privilege granted to Valor Collegiate Academies students. Student-athletes must be in good standing academically and behaviorally at their respective schools in order to compete. Student-athletes will be ineligible if they are not in good academic standing or if they behaviorally are not deemed eligible.


Our high school sports compete as a AA school in the TSSAA (Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association) and our Middle Schools compete in the HVAC (Harpeth Valley Athletic Conference) comprised primarily of Davidson County schools.


If at any time you have questions regarding athletics at Valor Collegiate Academies please feel free to contact Wildcat Athletics’ administrators.


Go Wildcats!

-Cameron Hill, CMAA

Managing Director of Athletics