The Southfield Christian Athletic program will have a new look next year as they recently received approval from the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) to form cooperative agreements in the sports of football, boys soccer and girls soccer starting in the fall of 2021. For soccer the Eagles will partner with Novi Christian Academy to form the Novi-Southfield Christian soccer program. The schools will use both school locations for practices and games while combining the current coaching staffs to lead the program. The soccer teams will continue to compete in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference (MIAC) and in MHSAA Division IV for the state tournament.
In football, Eagle athletes will have the opportunity to play for Shrine High School down the road in Royal Oak. Shrine is coming off a season where they went 6-3 and won an MHSAA District Title before falling in the regional final. The team returns a number of players and looks to make another deep run in the state play-offs. Shrine competes in the Detroit Catholic League and will play in MHSAA Division VI. The Southfield Christian Athletic Program is looking forward to these new partnerships and continuing to offer quality athletic opportunities for it’s student-athletes.