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Introducing Sterling Classical School's New Athletic Director-Timothy Revels

We are proud to introduce Sterling's new Athletic Director, Timothy Revels!  

We know that the Sterling community will be excited about the appointment of Coach Revels as the full-time Athletic Director.  He is already busy vetting some amazing, professional coaches who will bring our players to the next level.  His partnership with the athletes and their parents will be a driving force in the forward motion of an already incredible athletic department.

Coach Revels joined our faculty this year teaching 5th and 6th grade History, Formal Logic, and 11th grade Apologetics.  In addition, he taught Strength and Conditioning, PE, and coached the 7th and 8th grade boys' basketball.  Coach Revels holds a Bachelor's and Master's of Science in History, both from Illinois State University.  

He has been a valued addition to our program and we are excited to have him stepping into the role of Athletic Director.  His solid athletic and professional experience, along with his incredible passion for the calling of Christ, will serve our soldiers well in Sterling athletics as we continue to advance this dynamic program.  

Coaching and Athletic Background/Community Service:

  • Basketball Coach at Sterling, 2017-2018
  • PE Teacher at Strickland Christian School, 2017
  • Head Basketball Coach for Austin Royals, 2015-2016 (8th Grade Boys Champions)
  • Coach for Youth Football League-Round Rock, 2016
  • Blue Ridge High School Football Coach, 2012
  • CIYFL Head Football Coach, 2008-2011
  • Founder and Head Trainer of youth sports camp, Coach Revels Sports Camps (7 former participants are currently playing sports at the collegiate level)
  • Men's Bible Study Leader
  • Upward Bound Student Mentorship Program/Basketball Coach
  • American Sports Education Program Certified

You are invited to view Coach Revels' story HERE.

From a Teacher's Perspective: Public vs Private School

Mrs. Taggart is one of our incredible science teachers.  She has come to Sterling from a public school setting.  Here are her thoughts on how Sterling is different from public school.

"Sterling Classical School's small student-teacher ratio allows students to receive one-on-one help in math or science.  Large class sizes in public school did not allow me to check on each of my students every day; here I can speak with each student several times during and after class.  I can easily check for understanding and reteach as often as necessary so my students are successful.

One of my favorite aspects of teaching at Sterling is that hands-on, outdoor activities are encouraged. The science classes take the opportunity whenever possible to head outside to launch rockets, search for birds, and learn about God's fabulous creation. Challenging, engaging science labs are possible at Sterling because of the small student- teacher ratio and the classroom behavior expectations. 

At Sterling I am blessed to have the time to  create engaging lessons and teach the entire class period. In public school a lot of my time was spent in meetings about state testing and dealing with inappropriate classroom behaviors. My students are excited to learn and are eager to jump into challenging material at Sterling!"


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