At Lincoln Christian School, our goal is to raise the next generation of Christian leaders. Our philosophy is stated in three priorities: godly character, academic excellence, and extracurricular activity. We are determined to keep our priorities in that order... period.
Lifelong Bulldog, Clay Wilson, attended Lincoln from first grade and graduated in 2011. Upon graduation, he moved to New Jersey to attend and play basketball at Princeton University where he remained for the entirety of his collegiate career. During his four years, Clay played Division One college basketball, totaling 74 collegiate victories. He was named senior captain, was the winner of the 2015 Bob Rock 6th Man of the Year Award, and named Most Efficient Player in the Ivy League during his senior year. In the summer of 2012 he had the opportunity to play basketball in Spain with Princeton’s team. He was later chosen in the summer of 2014, as the sole Princeton representative to travel with Global Sports Academy and play basketball in Belgium, Holland, and Great Britain.
During his time at Princeton University, Clay had the opportunity to be selected as a Student-Athlete Wellness Leader to serve as a role model supporting the mental and emotional well being of student athletes. He was also chosen as a Crew Manager for Princeton University Reunions where he organized the logistics and led a crew of 20 people to ensure the success of the event. Clay, along with another teammate, helped to organize a basketball team bible study. Clay was also a part of Princeton Faith in Action and Athletes in Action.
Clay graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2015. He wrote a 144-page paper that focuses on analyses and assessment of stress and anxiety between student athletes and non-athletes where sleep deprivation occurs. He later wrote his Senior Thesis entitled Perceptions and Effectiveness of Collegiate Coaches’ Leadership Styles. Clay’s favorite class at Princeton was ‘Business Leadership’. This course was taught by Denny Strigl, former President and COO of Verizon Wireless, and it provided Clay an opportunity to meet and interview NBA commissioner Adam Silver.
After graduation, Clay Wilson hired an agent, attended a basketball combine in Las Vegas, and then was hired by a professional basketball team in Bochum, Germany. Clay started and averaged 14 points, 3 assists, and 3 rebounds per game as a rookie. He is currently back in Oklahoma for the summer giving lessons to the local youth before he heads back to Germany in August for his second professional season. After Clay’s playing career is over, he would like to begin coaching basketball at the collegiate level. No matter where his jobs take him, he will always be grateful for the impact LCS had on him. He states, “The staff at Lincoln are godly leaders and role models that were great examples to follow. I will always be a bulldog.”
Lincoln Christian School invites enthusiastic educators to apply for potential teaching positions for the 2016-17 school year. Teaching at LCS is an ideal position for an educator with deep passion for service and instruction as we are seeking qualified candidates throughout the Tulsa metro area to work with incredible kids on a great team. At this time, we are accepting applications for :
Coaching possible with all secondary positions
The application is located at the top of this page, click, complete and return.
The full academic calendar is located on the “Parent’s Page” above
LCS ACT scores are above both state and national averages.
Million dollars in overall scholarship offers to LCS Students since 2010.
Combined athletic and academic varsity state championships since 2008.
Enrollment will open February 1, 2016. If you’d like to partner with us in the education of your child, now is a great time. Learn more!
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