Congratulations to the Class of 2014
Congratulations to the Class of 2013
Congratulations to the Class of 2012
2010 SCA Alumnus
SCA is always happy to hear from its alumni and their successes in college and beyond. It is great to hear how God is using Daniel at Liberty University. He received the Strategically Serving Award, which is the highest award given to Spiritual Life Director at Liberty, He was also selected to be in the VIP section during Mitt Romney’s commencement address at Liberty University. This summer Daniel will be doing an internship with Senator Jim DeMint. Daniel also writes as a Yahoo! contributor where he has submitted many articles
especially relevant to young adults. Daniel says, “My goal is to publish culturally relevant articles that everyone can read and understand. I do not strictly stay on politics and religion but like to branch
out and cover social media, literature, and sports.” SCA is so proud of Daniel and his leadership at Liberty University!
Michael Miller, associate director, states, “This Spiritual Life Director is one of the most strategic leaders his Resident Advisor has ever had. At the beginning of the year he took time to write every guys’ parents a
letter thanking them for allowing their son to be on the dorm. He is always going out of his way to make guys feel encouraged and loved. He recently typed up the entire Resident Advisor Manual and made it into an interactive iBook. He has blessed his Resident Advisor and his wife multiple times with cookies, gifts, etc. This SLD has gone and done secret jobs at Associate Director’s homes, just to bless them without
them knowing. Because of his humility and true servant’s heart, this SLD will be frustrated and embarrassed at receiving this award because he will think someone else deserves it more than him. The Strategically Serving Award involves an SLD who goes above and beyond, and the RD says this SLD’s full name should be Daniel “Above and Beyond” Bolton.“
2009 SCA Alumnus
Rachel Renard, SCA class of 2009, has been accepted into the Georgia Health Sciences University in Augusta, GA. She will enter their 2-year program in the Fall to obtain a degree in Occupational Therapy. Rachel has worked hard at Anderson University the past three years to take the right classes and obtain suitable references to help her reach her goal of being accepted into Occupational Therapy School. Rachel has volunteered in Occupational Therapy clinics to gain experience and knowledge, and recently passed a series of interviews to make her acceptance final. The Lord has given her patience while waiting for His plan
to unfold. SCA is proud of Rachel’s hard work and success and wishes her the best as she continues her education.
2010 SCA Alumnus
Travis Black, a 2010 graduate of Spartanburg Christian Academy and SCA basketball standout, is actively pursuing his dream of playing professional basketball overseas. Travis, pictured left in the picture, moved from Dublin, Ireland to Spartanburg to attend SCA and begin his
journey of playing basketball in America. Travis knew the experiences of playing college
basketball in America would best prepare him for a future in professional basketball in Europe. He is now a freshman at Spartanburg Methodist College and is getting attention from
everyone who watches him play. “I think he is just starting to come into his own and be
comfortable in adjusting to the college game,” Spartanburg Methodist head coach Jeff
Brookman said. “I wanted him right out of Spartanburg Christian. And he's such a great kid.” Travis has helped lead the Spartanburg Methodist Pioneers to the NJCAA championship
tournament being held this week. SCA wishes Travis all the best in pursuing his dreams and is so proud to be part of his journey!
2009 SCA Alumnus
A Heart for Missions
Tom’s first experience with foreign missions was when he went with SCA’s basketball team and coaches to Costa Rica in the summer of 2008. He then went with Impact Sports to Ghana in January of 2011 and felt a true call to missions. Tom then spent a month in China in the summer of 2011, and since returning home has been searching for a way to go back. That search ended when he accepted a job to teach English and coach basketball in China for the Spring Semester, with the option of staying for a full year. SCA is so proud of Tom and his obedience to go where God leads him!
2008 SCA Alumnus
Atticus Fehl, is currently a student and Bonner Scholar at Wofford College. The Wofford Today recently highlighted Atticus as a Bonner Scholor who has had a great impact on our community. A Bonner Scholor spends at least 10 hours per week and 280 hours per summer in community service in exchange for scholarships. Dr. Benjamin Dunlap, the President of Wofford College, says, “I believe the world is a better place because of Wofford College. I am certain it’s a better place because of the Bonner Scholars
Program.” Atticus, Wofford College class of 2012, has volunteered for three years at the St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic where some of the staff confirm, he “could run the place.” Fehl continues to lead as he regularly tackles new responsibilities at St. Luke’s Free Medical Center. We are proud of Atticus for his
continued efforts in serving the people of Spartanburg!
Congratulations to the Class of 2011!
Leslie Anne Shilling
2011 David Lipscomb University/2007 SCA Graduate
Valedictorian of Class of 2011
Leslie Shilling, graduated (Summa Cum Laude) on May 7,2011 from David Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tn. Leslie Anne received her BS in Early Education and is the only one her class to earn her ESL Certification. She was named Valedictorian of the Class of 2011. She will stay in Nashville and teach in the Nashville Metro School System.
2011 The Citadel/2007 SCA Graduate
Andrew Belcher's lifelong dream since 7th grade came true this May when he graduated from The Citadel and was commissioned into the U.S. Air Force. He immediately started his first assignment in San Antonio, Texas. He is pictured at graduation with lifelong SCA friends, David Creech and James Newton. In the second picture, he is being commissioned into the U.S. Air Force.
Congratulations to the Class of 2010!
2010 AP Scholar
2010 Clemson University Graduate/2006 SCA Graduate
2010 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award
Gerren received a degree in political science. The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award is given annually “in recognition of the recipient's influence for good, excellence in maintaining high ideals of living and genuine and disinterested service to others.” The award, named in honor of the first president of the New York Southern Society, was established by an agreement between the society and Clemson University.
As president of Clemson’s Philanthropy and Service Council, Gerren coordinated Clemson’s first-ever Unity Project, a day of community service that brought together 500 student volunteers. He was president pro-tempore of Undergraduate Student Senate and served on the Student Affairs Diversity Task Force Committee. He was a member of Blue Key honor society, Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society and Sigma Alpha Lambda National Leadership and Honors Organization.
Congratulations Class of 2009!