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About Us

Learning from the Best

 Welcome to the Gulf Coast Scholastic Track Coaches Association Web Page. It is our hope that you will become a member of the association as we continue to improve the education and knowledge of track and field coaches, to honor coaches for their accomplishments and to acknowledge athletes for their accomplishments. Feel free to contact us with any questions and/or suggestions.

A Tradition of Team Spirit

We, the members of the Gulf Coast Scholastic   Track Coaches Association, are dedicated to the promotion of scholastic track   and field in the Greater Houston and Gulf Coast Areas. Our goal is to provide   low cost coaches education through annual clinics, recognize the   accomplishments of coaches that have come before us through our Hall of Honor,   recognize student-athletes with scholarship support and to provide a network   for the dissemination of track related information. 

Scholarships

The GCSTCA would like to award a $500 scholarship to 1 deserving young man and 1 young woman who exemplifies track and field excellence. This individual must meet the following criteria:

Graduating Senior Class of 2015
Must have a GPA of 2.5 or better
Must have taken SAT/ACT
Have been accepted into a higher education institution
Must plan to compete at the collegiate level
Finished the year in good standing with high school track coach

The Gulf Coast Scholastic Track Coaches Association is an association that is comprised of the Greater Houston Area Track Coaches. These coaches work continuously with other track coaches to better themselves & give back to the area track and field programs.

2019 GCSTFA CLINIC

Scott Kenney — SLHS, Katy, TX

"This track & field association is like going to a family reunion. Everyone is willing to help each other out"

Carl Lewis

 American former track and field athlete who won nine Olympic gold medals, one Olympic silver medal, and 10 World Championships medals, including eight gold. His career spanned from 1979 to 1996, when he last won an Olympic event 

Amy Pitzel- 2017 Girl's Coach of the Year

"We have really great coaches, that are committed  and really love what they do."

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Gulf Coast Scholastic Track & Field