News & Updates

Spartanburg Christian Academy running back Ashton Poole was honored as the Herald-Journal/GoUpstate Preps Player of the Week. He finished with 21 carries for 204 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-14 win at Northwood Academy in the first round of the SCISA 2A playoffs.

Spartanburg Christian Academy is the Shop Local Team of the Week. The Warriors won their first playoff game in school history against the defending SCISA 2A state champion last week.


Congratulations to the following students for making the principal (all A's) and academy (A's and B's) honor rolls.

Honor Rolls List

Former South Carolina defensive back Pat Watson will be the guest speaker at the Spartanburg Touchdown Club meeting.  Watson was the captain for the 1969 ACC championship team.

Spartanburg Christian Academy defensive back Ashton Poole is the J.M. Smith Corp. Defensive Player of the Week. The senior recorded 10 tackles, with eight assists, six tackles for loss and a quarterback hurry in a 14-13 overtime win at Calhoun Academy.

Logan Morris finally crossed the finish line of a race she's been running for quite some time.
The Spartanburg Christian Academy senior had been heavily recruited to run cross country and track by Clemson and Georgia. On Wednesday, November 11, the Tigers won by a nod as Morris signed her letter of intent.

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Spartanburg Christian Academy's Logan Morris set a state record with a time of 17:28 to capture individual medalist honors on Saturday at the SCISA 2A meet at Heathwood Hall in Columbia.

Morris' record run was icing on the cake for SCA's girls, who won their 11th straight state championship by defeating Calhoun Academy 41-83. The win tied a SCISA record for the most consecutive cross country titles. It was also Morris' seventh straight championship, making her the only runner in state history with as many titles.

The Spartanburg Youth Theatre’s production of Catherine Bush’s adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Rapunzel, was an enchanting escape.  But what makes this production so exciting to us?  Our very own SCA students, and sisters, were in this play. Eleventh grader, Julia Baugh and seventh grader, Zoe Baugh.

The SCA Cross-country teams ran in the Eye Opener Saturday, Sep. 5 along with 2,000 other runners from public and private schools.

•    Logan Morris continues to set records.  Logan not only won, she set the course record and therefore became the fastest runner in Eye Opener history running 18:12.  She was named the overall Runner of the Week.
•    Molly Suttle made some history of her own.  She was the top 7th grader in the race and her time was one of the best in SCA history.

Marisa Cook, a senior on the varsity volleyball team,  was named the Scholar Athlete of the Week through the Spartanburg Touchdown Tipoff Club. She is pictured with this week’s speaker at the Tipoff Club, Mr. Danny Ford. This is a great honor as she was chosen from scholar athletes from all of Spartanburg county.

Saturday, August 29, SCA's seventh grader, Houston Dixon and SCA's fifth grader, Madison Dixon competed in the Woodfin Ridge Golf Club "Junior Club Championship." Both Houston and Madison won their respective age group! WAY TO GO!

Cameron Coggins, SCA tenth-grader, has been taking piano from the Lawson Academy of the Arts at Converse College for 12 years. During this time, she has earned numerous awards and accolades including being named one the Academy’s Best Performers for the years of 2012, 2014, and 2015 as well as earning superior ratings for all nine years of eligibility. Cameron has received music scholarships from various organizations including Case Brothers and the Music Club of Spartanburg.