Values & Philosophy
The Victory Way
The Victory Way is to lead, train, and educate the sports communities in which we serve to play sports with dignity, to compete with integrity, and to win with grace.
♦ Our vision for the Victory trained player is to be known as empathetic boys and girls, and men and women of character who are constantly seeking and striving for a cause bigger than themselves.
♦ Our vision for the Victory trained staff is to be known as principle centered teachers and leaders who are using the platform of sports to teach young people The Victory Way of living life.
♦ Our vision for the Victory trained parent is to be known as mothers and fathers who realistically support their children’s athletic ambitions while at the same time supporting the Victory Vision for their child.
The Victory Way is a safe place where your young men and women can become a part of something larger than themselves, a place to be a teammate, brother, sister, patriot, and victor. Victory helps young men and women answer the questions that all boys and girls are longing to ask. Do I have what it takes? Am I powerful?
Victory’s proven method of using athletic activities of all types and the teaching of The Victory Way of Living Life will help your son and daughter answer those important questions.
Coaches, mentors and fathers and mothers involved with Victory will lay a foundation for a young boy’s and girl’s heart, and pass on to them life’s essential knowledge and confidence in their strength.
This confidence will come from learning:
- How to build healthy relationships with teammates and opponents alike
- Working for a cause bigger than themselves
- Accepting responsibility
- Leading courageously
- Enacting justice on behalf of others
- Empathy for those in need
The goal of Victory Sports is the transformed heart. We move from a boy and girl who need rules, guidelines and laws to a man and woman who lives by the spirit of the rules, guidelines and laws. This transformation creates a place where a young man and woman can live freely, where he or she can be animated and motivated by good. As the author Gil Bailie once said, “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go do that, because what the world needs is people (our boys and girls) who have come alive.”
Please join us in this quest to teach our sons and daughters to live to become victors.