HCA News

Quinten Johnson Named Varsity Girls Soccer Head Coach

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
The Heritage Christian Academy athletic department is privileged to announce that Mr. Quinten Johnson has been named Head Coach for the Girls Varsity Soccer program.
“I’ve had the opportunity to get to know Coach Johnson quite well over the past two years and have complete confidence in his ability to develop our student athletes both on and off the field. Coach Q’s love for the Lord is obvious in how he conducts himself and in his desire to foster strong godly relationships with others. It was clear in my conversations with Coach Johnson that he is passionate about creating a highly competitive culture in our soccer programs, a desire for growth, and an uncompromising purpose of glorifying God through athletics. Having him at the helm of both varsity programs is great for the future of HCA soccer.” 
 —David schenk, AD
Coach Johnson has been the Varsity Boys Soccer Head Coach at HCA for the past two seasons. He also has experience at the club and recreational level with both boys’ and girls’ programs. He works as a Hiring Manager for Fellowship of Christian Athletes where he has worked for the past 8 years. Johnson graduated from MidAmerica Nazarene University in 2008 where he also played soccer before a career-ending injury his sophomore year.
“I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to serve the HCA community as the girls varsity soccer coach and grateful to continue to get to work with the students at HCA. I am excited to build on the foundation laid by Coach Tassy in developing the soccer program at HCA!” —Quinten Johnson

HCA Names Rick Jarvis As Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach

Monday, June 18, 2018
The Heritage Christian Academy athletic department is excited to announce that Rick Jarvis will be taking on the role of Head Coach for the Boys Varsity Basketball program.
“Having Mr. Jarvis take over this role is a true blessing for our athletic program. He is a well-respected member of the HCA family and has already built relationships with our players and families that will enable him to thrive in this new role. Jarvis’ love for the Lord and his desire to mentor and teach young people is unmistakable, and we are eager to see his passion make an immediate impact in this program. Mr. Jarvis had been looking for an opportunity to jump back into coaching and we are delighted that he is joining our coaching staff.” –David schenk, AD
Mr. Richard Jarvis recently completed his 24th year in Christian education and has served at HCA since 2007. Jarvis is in the process of completing his Doctorate of Education at KU. He previously coached varsity basketball before moving to Kansas and has coached elementary and middle school teams at HCA.
“Having the opportunity to once again coach basketball at the varsity level is an exciting challenge and I’m looking forward to adding this new role to my responsibilities at HCA. One of the reasons that I pursued education was for the opportunity to coach and mentor young people in a competitive athletic environment.” —Rick Jarvis