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College Preparatory Academics taught from a Christian Worldview:
Why Choose Santa Clarita Christian School?
With a small, intimate class size and a 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio, your student will receive personal, individual attention from our teachers who love and fear the Lord.
At SCCS, students benefit not only from a strong academic program, but also the integration of the inspired word of God into all subjects.
As a parent, you have the confidence of knowing that what SCCS is teaching parallels your same convictions and values.
What is so different about Santa Clarita Christian School?
At SCCS we do community well. Students who have attended SCCS from Kindergarten to twelfth grade, “SCCS Lifers” have stated that they love the unified culture and the feeling of being part of big family every single day. Students time and again have expressed the difference the teachers at SCCS have made in their lives.
Every year SCCS students are accepted to the nation’s top universities. At SCCS, students have received the spiritual foundation they need to thrive and are well prepared to handle the rigors of higher education as well as life.
- Ninety-three percent of the 2017 graduates received academic and/or athletic honors.
- Over $1.5 million in scholarships were offered to the 2017 graduating class.
- Small, intimate class size taught by caring, Christian teachers and Coaches
- Extensive, UC Approved Course offerings, including honors, AP and Dual Credit/Enrollment Classes
- Dual Credit/Enrollment: Students have the opportunity to finish up to a year and a half of college courses before graduation
- Educational field trips in each grade level which include: Science Camp, a tour of the California state capitol, Washington DC and a British Literary Tour in England, to name a few.
- Personal attention and college planning
- Graduation requirements that exceed any other school in the Santa Clarita Valley with four years of English, four years of social studies, three years of lab science, three years of math, four years of Bible, two years of a foreign language and a year of fine arts.