Athletics Home


By developing God given abilities and talents through hard work,
dedication, perseverance and the pursuit of excellence we honor God.

Athletics also offers life lessons. Things like:
• being part of a team • learning to work together • encouraging one another

    In addition to building life long memories and cementing relationships, athletics helps to establish an active lifestyle.
Seek to honor the Lord and serve others by becoming the best you can be.

Our athletic program helps us to bring to realization our goal of educating the whole child.


From Your Athletic Director,

Summer league basketball for our varsity and JV boys will start their season in June. Most sports for the spring have concluded, but there are still plenty of things we need to do to prepare for fall sports at FEAST.

Football’s spring camp has concluded, but Coach Dagerath has set up an early registration to assure that those who wish to play will have a properly fitted helmet for them. Contact Coach Dagerath if you have not yet preregistered for football but are planning to play.

Sadly, our basketball commissioners of the last two years, Scott and Sara Reimer have had to resign due to work and family challenges. We will miss them, as well as the fine leadership and coordination they have given us in basketball. The good news is we have two fine replacements for them. Sean LaRue has agree to be commissioner of basketball for FEAST, and Maley Young has agreed to be the Assistant Basketball commissioner. Please pray for and be supportive of these individuals as they take on the task of running this large and ne program.

We also have coaches’ openings for a varsity soccer coach, as well as a two levels of basketball coaches. Interested applicants can call me at 210-861-0454 or email me at for more information on these vital positions.

We ask that you all pray that we will ll these very important roles for our varied sports programs in the near future. 


Click here to view the Sports Calendar!





FEAST offers sports for middle and high school age children.
Football | Volleyball| Baseball| Basketball| Soccer
Tennis | Golf| Softball | Track & Field| Cross Country

Are you interested in coaching for FEAST? If so, please click on the link to fill out the appropriate application.

If you have never coached before, please click here to fill out an application for new coaches.

If you have coached previously, please click here to fill out an application for returning coaches.

 Attention returning coaches:

Please fill out the Season Wrap Up Report

GO Patriots!

Message from the FEAST Athletics Office

The FEAST Sports Program is blessed to make available various sports for the home school student. We are planning now for the next school year with camps and training sessions to prepare students for athletic competition. So if you are experienced, or have never played a sport before, now is the time to get plugged in.

Download the FEAST Athletics Handbook (requires PDF reader). Click here to view FEAST Athletics Eligibility Rules.

In order to participate in any FEAST sport you must read and agree with the Liability Release and Medical Waiver.

If you need to report an incident, please do so using our online form.

For questions, contact the Sports Office (210) 342-4674 ext. 14

*NOTE: You must be a Patriot Pass holder in order to participate in any FEAST sport. The Patriot Pass is $125 per family per year. Click here to read more about the Patriot Pass.


Participation in the FEAST athletic program can offer many advantages for your home school student. The primary purpose for the FEAST athletic program is to provide a place to play sports in a supportive atmosphere for your home educated athlete. Our goal is development and demonstration of Christian character on and off the field and courts of competitive sports in the community. To that end, we strive to balance the competitive nature of the athletics program with providing the opportunity for character development.


Check out the Athletics Calendar for game dates and times.