In a move that could only be orchestrated by our loving God, Calvary Day School announces that Mark Stroud will return as Head Football Coach. Stroud went 67-25 in eight years at Calvary, leading the Cavaliers to the Class A Private School final in 2013, and to the Final Four in 2014 while capturing two Region 3-A titles.
The Cavaliers turned to Stroud after Rick Tomberlin announced he was stepping down due to health concerns last week. Calvary posted a 10-1 record this past season while sharing the Region 3-A Championship with ECI. “We are excited about Mark returning to Calvary, we didn’t want him to leave last year, but we understood the reasons behind his decision. Some of those same reasons have sparked his timely return.” Mark helped build Calvary Day School into a Regional and State power amongst Class A schools, and more importantly he poured into the lives of those he coached and taught. “Coach Stroud is a man of great Christian character and integrity, we look forward to his tenure as our Head Coach.”
We’re rejoicing in His provision.
James E. Taylor, Ed.D.
Head of School