The Montgomery Academy Athletic Department is proud of the excellence exhibited by its student-athletes in the classroom and in competition. The "pursuit of excellence" that permeates our school community enables our students-athletes to achieve self-satisfaction and fulfillment, which ultimately enhance the educational experience. The Athletic Department is committed to providing an environment conducive to the development of well-rounded individuals. This commitment enables our athletic philosophy, balancing the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence simultaneously, to become a reality.
One principle value of athletics is the realization that life is reflected in sports. Being prepared, maintaining a positive attitude, being dedicated to a common cause and establishing high standards of sportsmanship facilitate success. I am convinced that principles learned through active participation in athletics will enrich our student-athletes' decision making, as well as their roles in society.
Our program objectives are to see that the highest standards of athletic competition are maintained throughout the program while ensuring that our primary responsibility is to the student-athletes. Montgomery Academy athletic teams consistently achieve conference, area, regional and state titles. We are fortunate to have a longstanding tradition of athletic excellence with outstanding coaches and student-athletes. We will strive to provide an opportunity for the complete development of the student-athlete: personally, academically, and athletically.
Anthony McCall, Sr.
Bryant-Jordan Student-Athlete Award Recipients
Jimmy Hitchcock Memorial Award Recipients
34Athletic Teams in
Middle & Upper Schools
72% Students in grades 7-12 participate on an athletic team
Coach McCall graduated from Sidney Lanier High School in 1985 and played football on scholarship at Auburn University. In high school, he was selected All-City in football and basketball, MVP in football, team captain in basketball, All-State in football and received the Jimmy Hitchcock Memorial Award. He was a member of the Dixie All-Region Team in '84 and was selected #8 in the state in The Birmingham News Top Ten Recruits. While serving as the head football and basketball coach, Coach McCall's teams have had multiple appearances in the state finals, winning numerous city and area championships. He and his wife, Dolores, have two children, Nakia and Anthony '07 and one granddaughter, Emeri.
Coach Gordon earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Health/Physical Education and Recreation from Auburn University. She has coached Varsity Volleyball for over 30 years, being named Coach of the Year for Class 1A-6A schools in 2009. During her tenure, her teams have won multiple State Championship and State Runner-Up titles. Coach Gordon's match victories' record puts her in the nation's top 10 for all-time career coaching wins in volleyball, and she was inducted into AHSAA Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.