1. Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

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    Each year SFC athletes go on to play collegiate sports at top universities and colleges across the U.S. This year, 12 percent of Santa Fe Christian Schools’ graduates have signed Letters of Intent to play collegiate sports, which is double the national average of six percent.

    “Through Coach Bickley’s senior leadership program, I learned a lot about how to be a good leader that people will respect and follow,” says SFC senior Lexi Sun,  this year’s Gatorade National Volleyball Player of the Year and the All USA Girls Volleyball Player of the Year.

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    “SFC coaches pushed me to be the best athlete I could be, and the teachers always made sure I was getting the best grades possible,” states senior Caleb Phillips, who will be playing football at Stanford next year. “I am excited to play at the next level – SFC has prepared me to do so.”

    Students and where they will be playing collegiate sports:

    Lexi Sun University of Texas Volleyball
    Matto McRosky USD Football
    Jack Geise St. Bonaventure Golf
    Hank Ontiveros Wagner College Lacrosse
    Jimmy Ryan USD Soccer
    Chloe Frisch UC Berkeley Soccer
    Caleb Phillips Stanford Football
    Murphy Stehly Orange Coast CC Baseball
    Ari Gerber UC Riverside Baseball
    Charles Dudley Bryant University Basketball
    Reese Walker College of Idaho Football
    Gabriella Borboa University of Tulsa Soccer
    Kathleen Philo Holy Cross Volleyball
    Emily Hubbard University of Tulsa Volleyball
    Bryce Thomspson Puget Sound
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