Hill Named AD At Belvior Christian Academy

Friday, August 8, 2008

Belvoir Christian Academy, formerly named The Lutheran School, announced the recent appointment of Paul C. Hill as the Athletic Director. Coach Hill will oversee the BCA Athletic programs including basketball, soccer, golf, volleyball, softball, and cheerleading.

"We are excited about Paul Hill joining the BCA faculty", states Frank Streufert, BCA Principal. "We are looking forward to a year of team building and competitive athletics under the new leadership of Coach Hill."

Coach Hill has 19 years of leadership experience in high school and college program management, administration, and team sports coaching. He has held Athletic Director and coaching positions at colleges and schools across the country including Savannah College of Art & Design, St. Andrews School, George Walton Academy, Peninsula Christian School, Georgia Southwestern College, Atlantic Shores Christian School, Tennessee Temple University, and Silverdale Baptist Academy. Coach Hill holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Georgia Southwestern College.

"My vision for the Athletic Department is to provide a complete program where the students have an opportunity to experience the joy of team and individual competition in a Christ-centered environment", states BCA Athletic Director, Paul Hill.

Belvoir Christian Academy is still accepting applications for the 2008-2009 school year. Visit www.bcalions.org or call 622-3755 for more information.

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