About Patriot Athletics:

Honor Potissimum.
Honor above all else.

PCCA values all scholars and sees athletics as a foundational element to holistic and complete development. What’s learned in the classroom is applied in sports; what’s learned in sports is applied in the classroom.

Patriot Athletics then is never just about winning on the scoreboard. It’s about embracing challenge, living virtuously and fulfilling commitment. It’s a place where scholars hone their character and prepare for a life of contribution and leadership.

It’s for these exact reasons that as PCCA officially launched their official athletic programs, great strides of diligence and care went into how sports would be delivered:

Honor Potissimum.
Honor above all else.

Anchoring all action is this core belief: Our staff, coaches and athletes wear this; it hangs above the doors when you enter the gym; it’s found on the wristbands of all our fans; it’s our core; it’s how we play.


It’s never just about winning on the scoreboard. It’s about winning in life: character, determination, commitment.

Being a Patriot is not cliché.

It’s a term emboldening all scholar athletes to reflect on our heritage but ultimately embrace a willingness to represent something greater than oneself. Our brand design is a badge of significance, weight and purpose:

The central character is an adaptation from PCCA’s original Patriot design lending both heritage to our school and instant association with our nation’s founding fathers.

The Patriot carries a Spontoon; a spear promoted by both George Washington and Benjamin Franklin as a weapon not wisely laid aside. A symbol of leadership and a posture of readiness.

The six stars represent the six virtues of PCCA: Courage, Honesty, Perseverance, Courtesy, Self-Government and Service.

The seventh star is the anchor and represents Honor.

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