SCCS Terminology

There are many terms and phrases that are unique to Santa Clarita Christian School, and you’ll often hear teachers and students using them when speaking to one another. These words are rooted in history and tradition, much like the school itself.


Red Fred Day: School-wide spirit days. Time to pull out all that is red and pile it on. Prizes for “most red” and “most creative” are handed out for both elementary and secondary. As well, the class that shows the most spirit receives the coveted Spirit Stick.

iServe: For two days junior high and high school students, along with their teachers serve in the community in the name of Jesus, encouraged by His promise in Matthew 25:40, “...for whatever you have done to one of the least of these my brothers, you have done to Me.”

Faith Bowl: An annual football competition between cross-town rivals Santa Clarita Christian School and Trinity Classical Academy.

RenWeb: School-wide program used for record keeping and grading. Download the app for easy use. Here you will find your child’s: grades, homework, schedule, etc.

Spirit Week: School-wide week of spirit. From Twin/Triplet day to Crazy Hair day, this is a full week to show your love for SCCS.

Winter Banquet (Secondary): Held in December; for 9-12th graders to get all gussied up and enjoy a banquet of food, fun and fellowship.

Jr/Sr Formal (Secondary): Held in May; for 11th & 12th graders; a formal for the current seniors to pass the torch to the upcoming seniors.

Spiritual Life Retreat (Secondary): Three days in September where the 7-12th graders get away for a time of spiritual growth and reflection.

The Shop on the Corner: (this is the snack shop outside the nurses office that the juniors operate) The shop is open every break and lunch time for students to purchase candy, soda and coming soon, SCCS gear. 

Spiritual Emphasis Week (Elementary): A week in February when our elementary students are strengthened and encouraged in their walk with the Lord.

Fall Festival (9-12th grade): A time for our secondary kids to fellowship and bond while learning the art of square dancing.