News & Updates

Ethan Collier (second grade at SCA) had a great bowling 2013 season.  He won the SC Pepsi State Tournament 8 year old and under division (which included $250.00 scholarship) with a series average of 151.  He also won the SC Superlative Award Bantam Division for the highest bowling average (147) for 2013.  This average broke a nine year record.  Congratulations Ethan!

Spartanburg Christian Academy captured its fifth straight SCISA 2A/1A girls track and field state championship with a 56-30 decision against Palmetto Christian on Saturday afternoon in Charleston.

 Logan Morris led the way for the Warriors by winning four events including the 1,600- and 3200-meter races. SCA won eight of 11 running events, as well as, the shot put.

Taylor Shilling is going from SCA to SMC.

 The Spartanburg Christian Academy outside hitter signed to play the next two years at Spartanburg Methodist College during a ceremony on Wednesday.

 Shilling recorded 57 aces, 137 kills and 324 digs last year. She plans to move over to libero or defensive specialist with the Pioneers. Shilling will major in sports management.


Taylor Morris is the winner of the Chapman Cultural Center's Youth Art Banner Competition!     “Freedom of Expression” is now hanging as a very large banner from the main building at the Chapman Cultural Center for all to see. Taylor was recognitioned Tuesday, March 19 at the Chapman Cultural Center for her artwork.

Congratulations Taylor!


These students' projects were placed in the Upstate Science Fair.  They were awarded the following:

Samantha Arp - Middle School Math/Computer Science Honorable Mention 3rd place Award

Rylie Bowen - Middle School Behavior/Social 1st place Award

Zachary Pressley - U. S. Navy Junior Award

Tyler Vojta - Middle School Chemistry 2nd place Award


Congratulations to these students! 

SCA hosted the ACSI District Spelling Bee on February 8th.  163 students from Blue Ridge Christian Academy, Greenville Classical Academy, Mitchell Road Christian, Mt. Zion, Palmetto Christian Academy, Southside Christian School and SCA participated in the spelling bee.   

The following students represented Spartanburg Christian Academy in the 3rd annual Rotary Club Spartanburg Sings concert: Hannah Houge, Sarah Boler, Ryvim Sergeychuk, Andrew Bryan, Lucas Neidlinger, and Harrison McGinnis . The students came from 18 middle schools throughout Spartanburg County. SCA was the only private school represented.  They were under the direction of choral conductor, Dr. Alicia Walker, Assistant Professor of Music at The University of South Carolina School of Music.

This award is presented each year to a youth member with a sportsmanlike attitude, who, among many other things, is a role model for her peers, and exhibits dedication to the American Saddlebred and ASAC.

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