Spartanburg Christian Academy

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Timothy Pack, 8th grade; Matthew Christopher, 8 th grade; Ben Christopher, senior; Michael Burgess, 8th grade; and Dylan Wright, 8 th grade ran in a half marathon at Myrtle Beach, SC Saturday, February 14. Each guy received a medal for finishing the race.  Michael Burgess placed 1st in his age division.

 

Middle School science Fair Winners

The Lawson Academy of the Arts presented Shining Stars last Saturday, February 7 at Converse College.  SCA's ninth grader, Laura Mitchell played the violin at this performance.  She has been playing the violin for 8 years.

Laura, included with thirty more of the most exceptional students, was chosen to perform on this special evening's showcase to benefit the Lawson Series. This series was establised in the year 2000 with a generous gift from Alia Lawson and has enriched the program, Converse and the greater Spartanburg community.

SCA's junior, Ethan Hooper won "A Constitutional Speech Contest" through the American Legion's Annual High School Oratorical Scholarship Program. This contest is now jointly sponsored by American Legion Post 200 (Boiling Springs).  Ethan was awarded a certificate and $100.00 for winning first place. 

Ethan then proceeded on February 14 to compete in the regional contest and won first place winning a $500.00 scholarship.  

He will have a chance at the state title in Columbia on March 7th.  

Congratulations Ethan!

Limestone College helped Spartanburg Christian Academy wide receiver Tyler Traynham make history Wednesday.

Traynham became the first SCA player to sign with a college program when he agreed to join the Saints. SCA just completed its second season of varsity football. The Warriors finished 2-8.

Traynham led the team with eight touchdown catches. He said he is looking forward to continuing his career with the Saints.

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