Address Address: 1495 Colorado Blvd Eagle Rock CA  90041

Phone:  626.429.0684

Judson International School

Established 1991 ~ K-12 Christian Education with a Global Focus

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Congratulations to our Judson Junior High Flag Football team, winners of the Foothill Sports League Championship 2018!

Judson's aim is to demonstrate sportsmanship, to grow in character, to develop meaningful relationships, and to gain a clearer understanding of what it means to be Christian in the context of team sports. Judson International School's Sports Program accepts all students who wish to participate in any of our sports. Our coaching staff will coach all athletes regardless of their ability. Our coaches' desire is to introduce all the benefits of playing competitive sports to the first-time athlete and advance the returning athlete to a higher level of athletic ability and competition.

Sean Dixon,  Athletic Director




Check back often as this calendar is updated on a regular basis.  We are currently in process of scheduling our fall games and those will be added once the schedule is finalized.

Click here to see the calendar


Judson students:

     Junior High:  $150 per sport

     High School:  $250 per sport


Non-Judson students:

     Junior High:  $200 per sport

     High School:  $300 per sport





Judson High School is a member of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).

Fall 2019

Girls' volleyball 

      Coach Rodney Young  (626) 841-276

     High School Girls Volleyball 2019 Game Schedule

Co-ed soccer

     Coach: James Hood -

     Practice: Every day after school, starting Wed. 8/29, from 3:30-5PM.

Winter 2019

Girls' basketball

Boys' basketball

  Coach Sean Dixon,, 626-589-7468

   Practice M-Th 3:15-4:45 at Judson (except on game days and when notified by coach)

  HS Boys Game Schedule


Spring 2019

Co-ed Intramural sports



Form for CIF Physical




Judson is a member of the Foothill Sports League. Judson students grade 5-8 may play on our junior high teams.  Home school students are welcome to play on our junior high sports teams.

Fall 2018

Girls' volleyball  

     Coach: Kathy Hall - (626) 808-7471

     Practice: Every day after school, starting Th. 8/30, from 5:00-6:30PM

Boys' flag football 

     Coach: Max Boyle - (626) 755-1284

     Practice: Every day after school from 3:15-5PM

Winter 2019

Girls' basketball

Boys' basketball 

   Coach Kyle Patterson, 213-305-676

   Practice M-Th 5-6:30 at Jefferson Park

  1501 E Villa St. Pasadena (except on game days and when notified by coach)


Spring 2019

Girls' flag football - Coach Sean Dixon (


2019 Football Game Schedule





First and foremost we are a Christian school and it is our desire to exhibit, in all of our athletic venues, the essence of what it means to be Christian. In all our endeavors, as Christians, we are called to maintain an intentionally deepening relationship with Jesus and to proclaim Him in word and in action. This calling will always be at the forefront of our athletic program.

Judson's purpose for offering sports to students is multifaceted. Overall our desire is to utilize our sports program for the purpose of enriching our students' school experience and providing further opportunity for development and growth emotionally and physically, thus complementing all of Judson's core educational programs.

Our athletic program's goal is to challenge students to grow in a positive and supportive environment within the context of competitive sports.

Physically - Student athletes will be challenged every practice to attain the necessary physical ability to be able to compete at a level commensurate with the competition.

Mentally - Student athletes will be challenged as they deal with fatigue, the complexity of learning plays, execution of what they have learned, and learning how to maintain a competitive frame of mind for the duration of the game.

Emotionally - Student athletes will be challenged with managing frustration, disappointment, success, anger, joy, confidence and accomplishment.

Relationally - Student athletes will be challenged to develop relationships with teammates, coaches, and athletes from other teams that are genuine, purposeful and positive.

Judson International School
Western Association of School and Colleges.

Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Affiliations Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Association of Christian Schools International, California Interscholastic Federation, Foothill Sports League, College Board, Pasadena Chamber of Commerce.