News & Updates

Rising SCA junior Parker Lewis recently won two local golf tournaments.  On August 1, Parker shot a 7 under par, 65 to win the SCJGA Chapter Event at Spartanburg Country Club.  And then on August 9-10, Parker won the Carolina Country Club Jr. Club Championship tournament.  Congratulations and great playing Parker! You represent SCA and SCA golf so well!

SCA 5th grader, Ethan Collier won boys 12 and under division of the SC State Pepsi Tournament, which included a $250 scholarship and an automatic berth into this year’s Junior Gold National Championship.  The Junior Gold Championship will be this summer in Indianapolis.   Ethan also won all three State Superlative Awards for the Boys Prep Division: High Average—191, High Series (3 games)—690, and High Game--290.  State Superlative awards are the state's overall highest scores in league play for the year.

Congratulations to Nick Willis for winning 1st place in our SCISA State golf tournament on Monday and Tuesday, April 25-26 at Myrtle Beach.

Our golf team scored their best and came in 6th place overall at the tournament.

Congratulations to Graham McDonald and Ashton Poole! Graham McDonald signed to play football with North Greenville College. Ashton Poole signed to compete in Track with Queens University of Charlotte, NC. We are so proud of both of you!!!

 

 

Laura was named "best performer" in the most advanced category of violinists who played in the music festival at Converse College this past Saturday, March 5.  There will be a "Best Performer" recital this Saturday, March 12 at 1:00 pm in Daniel Hall at Converse College, featuring the "Best Performers" from many categories and many disciplines.  Free recital; Everyone is invited to come see these amazxing young musicians.


WILLIS NAMED RECIPIENT OF 2015 DAVID PARROTT AWARD

It’s been a dream of Caleb Bynum’s to play college football since he picked up the sport as an 8-year-old. It’s no longer a dream.
 
Bynum signed with North Greenville University in a ceremony on Wednesday morning at Spartanburg Christian Academy. He will compete for playing time at tight end and on the defensive line.

Bynum, who transferred from Dorman after his 10th grade year, played varsity football for two years and basketball for one.