Athletic director cohort

About the cohort

The Athletic Director cohort supports current and aspiring Athletic Directors in Classical Christian schools through the sharing of best practices across a variety of topics, problem-solving at both the tactical and strategic levels, and building relationships with other AD’s for long-term support.

Meeting Date & Time: Meeting date & time will be determined once the group is formed, based on the needs of the group.

Meet Your Cohort Leader​

Beck Brydon is the Director of Athletics for Regents School of Austin in Austin, Texas, a position he has held since 2006. He served as Regents' Director of Advancement from 2004-2006. Beck is an Executive Board Member of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), the primary governing body of private school athletics and fine arts in the state of Texas. He and his wife Trish, a 7th grade English teacher at Regents, have 3 children – two who have graduated from Regents, and one who will be a Senior this year.
Beck brydon
Director of Athletics, Regents School of Austin

Cohort Syllabus

  • Establishing expectations and creating alignment
  • Educating and energizing parents, faculty/staff and alumni
  • Considerations for establishing a coach training and development program
  • Establishing, promoting and celebrating growth mindsets
  • Observations of the various budget and finance models and how to solve funding problems

  • The single most important question to answer – Who are you?
  • Working backwards to allow you to advance forward
  • Ideas for ending seasons and the school year strong
  • Philosophy should drive policy.  Making sure all athletic department policies have a proper foundation.

  • A discussion on Christian worldview and theology of sport

TOTAL COST

Athletic Director COHORT

$ 2,499
  • SCL Member Schools receive 10% discount
  • Monthly Payment Options Available

Joining a cohort

In order to keep group sizes small, and maximize effectiveness, groups are limited in size (typically 10-12) and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants are asked to commit to the work and engagement involved.
 
Due to the limited size, some individuals will be waitlisted until there are enough applicants to form a new group. Also, a minimum of six participants are needed for each group to make.

Questions?

Please reach out to Sarah Spencer at sarah@societyforclassicallearning.org