School Events

Spirit Week

This is a week of dress up days, class competitions, pep rallies and loud fun! Usually at the end of the winter sports season, SCCS goes wild with spirit! During a week of competition, the secondary students earn points as a class and the overall winner is decided. Elementary also joins in the fun with dress up days during the week. The last day is a Red Fred day, and everyone on campus gets in the spirit.

Spirit Week


Red Fred Day

Many years ago SCCS students began a tradition of Red Fred, dressing in red ALL over. Red hair, stockings, shoes and face paint, all in an effort to show school spirit. Red Fred days are always a fun time of crazy hair and excitement. Go Big Red!

Red Fred


Fall Fling

Each year SCCS Student Leadership plans an event that includes High School and Jr High students. Fall Fling is usually held in late October or early November and students gather to play games, have dinner and enjoy fellowship with a theme.


Music Programs

Each December and May our Choir and our Elementary music classes conduct a program. The Secondary choir shares an evening of music and song with a Christmas theme in December and in May they share a culmination of the years work.
The Elementary music classes have a concert and drama presentation in both December and May. The Elementary music teacher, Mrs. Broadbent and the Drama teacher, Mrs. Smith collaborate to create a wonderful evening of entertainment and offer the gospel as well.


Art Show

Each year in early Spring, SCCS art students participate in an art show consisting of student drawings and paintings. Art is created in secondary classes taught by a former 20 year Disney artist Ms. Iwakoshi. Ms. Iwakoshi teaches elementary, junior high, and senior high art classes. CLICK HERE to view art show video.


Senior Appreciation and Chapel

Each May SCCS spends a week saying goodbye to the senior class. Fun lunches, parties and a finale chapel fill the week with fun and memories. At senior chapel the senior class has time to reflect on their years at SCCS, their underclassmen advice and the excitement for the future.