Today, was a day to celebrate 20 student-athletes who committed to continue to play their respective sport in college. During the College Commitment Ceremony, Gibbons Athletic Director Todd Schuler spoke to the student-athletes about carrying forward Gibbons mission of faith, service, and leadership in church and community.
"Sport is a human activity of great value, able to enrich people's lives. As far as the Catholic Church is concerned, she is working in the world of sport to bring the joy of the Gospel, the inclusive and unconditional love of God for all human beings."
- Pope Francis
Oct. 5, 2016
Part I of a series of videos focusing on Cardinal Gibbons athletics' mission, program culture, and legacy-building initiatives. What will be your legacy? For it to be an enduring one, it should not, and cannot be a legacy focused solely on winning or personal triumph. Our program is about more than winning championships. It’s about love...it’s about how well we’ve used the talents and gifts that we have been blessed to receive. It’s our mission.
How will you define your program? What legacy do you hope to leave? What do you want your program to be known for? Principal Jason Curtis outlines expectations for Cardinal Gibbons' student-athletes and discusses the importance of program building to kick-off the Fall sports season.
Cardinal Gibbons provides meaningful participation opportunities for all students, with offerings ranging from recreational intramurals to championship-caliber competition for college-bound athletes. At all levels, we strive to make athletics a formational experience for students and parents. Our program is about more than winning championships. Our success is measured by how well our programs further the mission of our school and how we choose to use the talents and gifts that we have been blessed to receive.