Mr. Brandon Richardson
Church Campus Athletic Director and Dean of Students

Mr. Brandon Richardson joined Cottage Hill Christian Academy after seven years of working at Covenant Christian School. He began his educational career in 2008 at Murphy High School. Mr. Richardson was the head coach of the Junior Varsity Boys Soccer team wining the area three years in a row. He also helped lead the Varsity Boys Soccer team to the elite eight state tournament in 2010 and to the playoffs for three straight seasons as the assistant coach. The 2019 season Mr. Richardson lead the Cottage Hill Christian Academy Varsity Girls Soccer team as they set a school record of 17 wins and only five losses. They then went on to win CHCA's first AHSAA playoff game and advanced to the Final 4 for the first time in school history. 

While at Covenant Christian School, Mr. Richardson taught math and served as the Athletic Director for seven years. He also helped with numerous administrative duties at Covenant. Mr. Richardson expanded youth athletic offerings to students in grades K5-8 and established Covenant Christian School as a member of the Alabama High School Athletic Association after being in the CMSAA. Mr. Richardson coached numerous sports while at CCS but focused on soccer where in two years of being members of AHSAA he led his boys and girls teams to a 1st place finish in the Tiger Brawl Tournament in 2016 and back to back 3rd place finishes in Mobile County for his boys and girls teams. Mr. Richardson also coached the CCS Scholar's Bowl team to back to back regional championships in 2015 and 2016.

Mr. Richardson is passionate about youth soccer in the Mobile area. He currently works with the Gulf Coast Texans Soccer Club in his free time and is dedicated to expanding opportunities for soccer development in the area. He also enjoys basketball and is the assistant basketball coach for CHCA.

Mr. Richardson and his wife, Brandi, have a daughter, Maggie Roe, who just recently turned one. He is dedicated to education and believes that extra-curricular participation is vital for the overall success of the student. He encourages students to find their passions inside and outside of the classroom. Mr. Richardson firmly believes that great relationships build successful classrooms and strong teams. When he is not busy supporting Cottage Hill Christian Academy athletics, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, playing soccer and golf, and watching sports.