News Archive

There were 3800 students from all over the state at the Junior Beta Club Convention (public and private schools) last week, January 24-25.

Our Battle of the Books Team (Julia Baugh, Julia Hess and Harrison McGinnis) came in 1st place in their competition.  These three students spent the last 4 months reading 10 books and studying questions every week.  They took a written test to advance to the finals, which was in a “quiz bowl” type format.  They won decisively.   (It was quite exciting to watch.)

Spartanburg Christian Academy Standout named Gatorade South Carolina Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year

 

Spartanburg Christian Academy is the Academy Sports and Outdoor boys team of the week. The Warriors are 5-0 in SCISA Region III-2A and ranked No. 2 in the state poll

http://preps.goupstate.com/news/article/42216/landrums-bridges-spartanburg-days-devore-earn-top-honors/

Ryan Kincaid is a junior  at SCA where he has the opportunity to be a part of a Service Learning Program. The program is designed to give students the opportunity to engage in the teaching environment and to be of service to both teachers and students.

Principal’s Honor Roll (All A’s)

1st Grade
Brett Bailey-Thomson
Caleb Bailey-Thomson
Ellie Calvert
Hannah Cash
Samuel Faulkner
Haley Gideon
Jalen Guy
Ashlyn Jeter
Ethan Linder
Connor McAbee
Luke Potts
Abby Reynolds
Caleb Richardson
Taylor Smith

Samuel plays the clarinet in our SCA band.  He auditioned on January 12 at Greer High School and made Regional Band.  He placed 14th out of a couple of hundred other students who auditioned on the clarinet. The Regional Band rehearsals and concert will be February 22-23 at Furman University.

He will have the opportunity to try out for All-State Band on January 26! 

Congratulations Samuel!

Logan Morris has developed an amazing resume during the course of her cross country career at Spartanburg Christian Academy.
 She has won four SCISA 2A team and individual state championships, as well as three Spartanburg County titles in a row. She also broke her own county record this past season with a time of 18:25.55.
 While many would think Morris is winding toward the end of her high school running days, it’s actually quite the opposite. She still has three years to go.