News & Updates

Natalie Lambert, 4th grader plays in tournaments with the Carolina Girls Junior Golf Tour. Natalie and her partner won a "Winter Four Ball" tournament at Woodfin Ridge. Congratulations Natalie! We look forward to seeing you on the SCA golf team in the future.

Congratulations to Mack Cook!  He was selected for South Carolina Region Band on trombone.
Mack auditioned with many of the best trombone students from the upstate both in public and private schools and qualified for Region Band which will be held on February 21 and 22.
Congratulations Mack!

 

Standing Row:  Reagan Willis, 7th grade won 3rd place in her division; Elise Brown, 6th grade won 2nd place in her division and overall district winner; Samy Rosas-Quintero, 5th grade won 3rd place in her division.

Seated Row: Wyatt McGarity, 3rd grade won 1st place in his division; Jonathan Mitchell, 4th grade won 4th place in his division; Sophia Baugh, 3rd grade won 4th place in her division.

Congratulations to our district winners and to Elise Brown, the overall district spelling bee winner!

Spartanburg Christian Academy runner Taylor Morris will continue her career at Anderson University. Morris signed with the Trojans on National Signing Day in a ceremony held Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at SCA.  Taylor has led the SCA Cross Country and Track teams to back to back State Title finishes from 2009 to 2013.  

Coach Brown, Mrs. Willis, and Mrs. Hooper would like to recognize all of the SCA Intermediate and SCA Middle School students for their hard work this year on their science fair projects.  They would like to thank the SCA administration, staff, students, and parents for making the 2014 SCA Science Fair a huge success.   Coach Brown would also like to acknowledge Cassidy Carlisle and his team of elite professionals from the Milliken Corporation for partnering with us and doing an exceptional job judging the projects each year.

The SCA Jr. Beta Club brought 24 students to the South Carolina Junior Beta Club Convention in Myrtle Beach last week.  They competed against 75 other public and private schools and won 4 trophies:

Battle of the Books Team (Madi Burke, Robert Bailey, and Courtney Trammell) – 3rd Place
Tower Power Team (Justin Bolling, Jarred Bradley, Mackenzie Elmore, Connor McDonald and Collin Sparks) – 3rd Place
Essay (Reagan Willis) – 3rd Place
Language Arts (Reagan Willis) – 1st Place

 

Ryan Kincaid of Spartanburg Christian Academy signed a letter of intent to play golf for Anderson University in a ceremony held Monday, November 18, 2013 at SCA.  Ryan has led the SCA golf team to back to back State runner up finishes in 2012 and 2013. Ryan has led SCA in scoring average the past 3 seasons. See below for individual accomplishments:
 
2012 NJGT Deer Brook (won in play-off)
2013 SCJGA Chap. Series SJGA Tournament of Champions: 1st place

Spartanburg Christian Academy’s girls captured their ninth straight SCISA 2A state cross country championship on Saturday at Heathwood Hall.

The Warriors topped runner-up Spartanburg Day 25-54 and were led by sophomore Logan Morris, who won her fifth straight individual title by setting a new course and SCISA state record with a time of 17.59. SCA’s Madison Seay placed third with a time of 19.46. The Warriors had six runners finish in the top 10.