News & Updates

The SCA guys and girls cross-country teams both won State championships on Saturday, October 25 at Heathwood Hall in Columbia SC.  It was the first time in SCA history that 2 state titles were won on the same day.
 

Congratulations to Tinsley Fain and Megan Reeves for being named to the SCISA Senior All Star Volleyball team.  They played this past weekend in Augusta, Georgia in the SC vs Georgia game.  Their team, coached by our own Coach Monica Fain, brought home the win. 
 

We are so proud of the following students for making All A's (Principal Honor Roll) and All A's and B's (Academy Honor Roll).

1st - 6th Grades

7th - 12th Grades

The SCA family is greatly saddened by the passing of our former beloved administrator, Lt. Col. Raymond Andrews. Mr. Andrews served as SCA Administrator from 1998-2004. During his six years of leadership SCA experienced phenomenal growth.  It was during his tenure that the Middle and High School were added.  The first sports programs were also formed.  The SCA fine arts department, including advanced art, band and chorus were implemented.  Mr. Andrews was a gifted vocalist and penned the words to the SCA Alma Mater. The spiritual and academic leadership of Mr.

We would like to recognize Jonathan Mitchell, 5th grader at SCA, who has been announced as playing the lead role of Amahl in the opera Amahl and the Night Visitors.

It is with great pleasure that we recognize Mrs. Krisila Foster as a SCISA Master Teacher.  Mrs. Foster was announced as a  Master Teacher in early August and will attend a Master Teacher Pinning Ceremony in November.  The Master Teacher Program bestows well-deserved recognition to SCISA Master Teachers who exhibit best practices in the classroom and a willingness to share and collaborate with other educators.  SCISA commends its Master Teachers who inspire excellence in the classroom, among colleagues and, especially, among students.

Hannah Houge, a sophmore from Spartanburg Christian Academy has recently been selected to compete in the Queen of Diamonds Showcase South (QDSS) at Winthrop University on August 30th and 31st, 2014.  The QDSS is now in its 8th season and is part of the Queen of Diamond's Showcase events, which are the largest fast pitch softball showcases of its kind in the U. S. These events continue to attract athletes from 21+ states and 2 Canadian Provinces and have over 1500+ applicants of which only 264 athletes are selected.

Ethan Collier (3rd grader at SCA) had another great bowling season. He won 3 state awards in his age division including State Superlative
for High Average (The highest average in league play for the year, breaking his own state record with 158), State Superlative for High
Series (The highest 3-game series in league play with 578), and placed second in the 10 and under Pepsi tournament which included a
$150 scholarship. He also broke the Bantam division state record for high game (243) during the State Tournament in Charleston.

Congratulations to our Volunteer of the Year, Mr. Craig Lambert!  Mr. Lambert helped establish the SCA Jumpers.  For two years, he has devoted time to help Mrs. Mosely teach a great group of 3rd through 5th grade students different jump rope techniques and how jumping rope can improve overall health.  Mr. Lambert's devotion to the SCA Jumpers, his servant's heart, and his desire to see students grow in body and spirit made him the perfect recipient of the Volunteer of the Year!