- Core Values
- Training Philosophy
- Strength & Conditioning Staff
- Field House Weight Room
- Stadium Weight Room
- Strength & Conditioning All-Americans
- National Recognitions
Galatians 6:7 (class verse)
Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.
We treat everyone & thing we come in contact with, with the upmost levels of respect. Treat others as you would like to be treated & things the way you would want your possessions treated.
Matthew 7:12 – “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.”
To be the best person, teammate, & program you can be. First we will be the best then we will be first. Treat others as Christ would treat them.
Colossians 3:23 – “In everything you do, do it as if you are doing it for The Lord, not for man.”
We will be willing to accept the responsibility of being held to the highest standards as an individual & group.
Proverbs 27:17 – “Iron sharpens iron, as one person sharpens another.”
We will execute all tasks assigned with maximum effort, focus, and passion. We will get the job done!
1st Corinthians 10:31 – “So whatever you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”
Do No Harm – This is accomplished by following a properly organized, physiological appropriate, scientifically sound, athlete-centered comprehensive strength & conditioning program. The student we work with are someone’s child, this is at the for front of all our decisions.
Move Well – This is addressed in 2 ways. First, we assess our athlete’s with our version of a movement screen. In the screen we evaluate the weaknesses of our athletes and then provide a program to aid in minimizing those weaknesses. The second way we address this tenant is through our technical progressions programs. Within this program, we stress Quality Over Quantity. Technical efficiency in both strength & movement exercises is crucial to success. Regressions, variations, and modifications are all implemented appropriately.
Move Strong – This is accomplished with the implementation of our training levels system. In this program we prescribe a training age appropriate strength training protocol for each athlete. The application of proper training stimulus at the proper training age allows for optimal strength development.
Move Fast – This tenant applies to both strength & movement exercises. Once technical proficiency is achieved then attention is directed towards performing all movements as fast as possible. In the weight room this is achieved with the usage of velocity based training tools. Outside the weight room this is addressed within our speed program.
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, PE Teacher/Department Chair, Assistant Athletic Director
Physical Education Teacher, Varsity Volleyball Head Coach, Assistant Track & Field Coach, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
Associate Athletic Director, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
- Jackson Wilkerson (Football)
- Saralyn Green (Basketball and Track & Field)
- Saralyn Green (Basketball and Track & Field)
- Emma Garmon (Softball and Track & Field)
- Trevor Borom (Cross Country, Wrestling, and Soccer)
- Ethan Roberts (Cross Country and Baseball)
- Trey Donaldson (Football, Basketball, and Soccer)
- Danielle Goodine (Softball, Basketball, and Track & Field)
- AC Box (Softball, Basketball, Soccer, and Track & Field)
- Seth Thompson (Football, Wrestling, and Track & Field)
- Matthew Postin (Football)
- Sydney Force (Volleyball, Basketball, and Track & Field)
- Bryce Cardin (Football)
- Will Turner (Football, Wrestling, and Track)
- Brady Sanders (Football, Basketball, and Golf)
- Jake Jones (Football)
- Cooper Raxter (Football and Soccer)
- Demetrius Knight (Football, Basketball, and Track & Field)
National Strength & Conditioning Association Strength of America
Award Winner 2017-2020
The National Strength and Conditioning Association is dedicated to ensuring the safety of young athletes through the education and promotion of best-practices when training on the field and in the weight room. The NSCA is affiliated with the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition to grant the Strength of America Award™, reaching out to high schools around the world to teach, implement, and encourage safe and effective strength and conditioning programs.The Strength of America Award is presented by the National Strength and Conditioning Association in conjunction with the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition.
NHSSCA Program of Excellence
AWARD WINNER 2022-2025
The National High School Strength Coaches Association (NHSSCA) is proud to announce that Strong Rock Christian School has earned the distinction Program of Excellence for the 2022-2025 period. This honor recognizes that this High School Strength & Conditioning program operates at a highest level of professionalism. To earn this honor, Coach Jacobi & Strong Rock Christian School have displayed excellence in safety, quality, efficacy, outreach & highlighting. They have additionally displayed excellence in continuing education & technology usage in their Strength & Conditioning program.
We are honored to recognize Coach Jacobi & Strong Rock Christian School as a Program of Excellence and look forward to the impact their Strength & Conditioning program can make on the lives of their student athletes.