Christian High School Shooting Team participates in competition clay target shooting events, competing against youth athletes throughout CA and other states. Our team has recently competed in the ATA Spring Grand in Tuscon, AZ, the California ATA and SCTP youth championships in Kingsburg, CA and the CYSSA National Championship in Las Vegas, NV. CHS has Varsity and JV teams, and maintains a club program as well. Tryouts are open to all CHS female and male students.

Athletic Fee

The $200 try out + $900 team fee invoice will be mailed home by the district office. Athlete may only participate in games if the invoice is paid by the due date. Once the athlete makes the team, the fee is non-refundable.

Safety & Participation

We conduct a mandatory safety training and qualification program that every athlete must complete to be eligible to participate in the team practices and competitions, occurring at the beginning of the season (weekly October – December). Once teams are established, we practice weekly from January through the end of the school year. Although every athlete is encouraged to participate in all team events, not all competitions are mandatory. It is noted, though, that the shooters who perform more successfully, are those who attend most if not all of the events. Participation requires the athlete to joint American Trap Association (ATA/AIM).




It is with sadness that we share that the co-founder of our school district, Dr. Beverly LaHaye, passed away on Sunday, April 14. She was 94 years old.

Beverly was a faithful follower of Jesus Christ all the days of her life, and God used her in extraordinary ways to make a difference in the world around her. Along with her husband Dr. Tim LaHaye, she worked to establish Christian Unified Schools at a time when Christian education was in its infancy. She had a vision to meet the need for God-honoring curriculum and teachers who modeled Christlikeness to the students in their care, and she worked tirelessly to that end.

In addition to her influence on our school district, Beverly was also the author of many books, the founder of Concerned Women for America, and a beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was a faithful and treasured member of Shadow Mountain Community Church, where she was honored recently during the GirlTime women’s event. As the audience stood to applaud, Beverly pointed upward, giving all of the glory to the God she served.



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