Charles, the Therapy Dog Helps Second Grade Students Gain Confidence and Increases Reading Fluency

By: Kristen Wells, Marketing Assistant

Learning and developing the ability to speak in front of people is an art that most will shy away from. Yet, given the advances in society, it is a necessary part of life children need to be comfortable with. So, how do we instill this in children? How do we make them comfortable with opening up and putting themselves out there?

The Shop on the Corner

This year, through the talents of the senior Economics class and their fearless leader, Mrs. Coughlin, SCCS is being blessed with a new snack shop. Long gone are the days of just candy bars and fruit roll ups, The Shop on the Corner has brought SCCS into a different season of variety. With a menu from coffee and hot chocolate to small school supplies, all served with an enthusiastic smile before school and during secondary lunch times, this shop is sure to be a hit.

Spiritual Life Retreat 2017

By: Kristen Wells, SCCS Marketing Assistant

At SCCS, the distinctive of Teaching Minds and Training Hearts for God is developed in many different ways. We are always looking at new ways to increase our student’s growth in who God is and how we can bond as a community of believers. This year, through our annual Spiritual Life Retreat that took place on September 13th and 14th, our secondary students were able to embark on times of both spiritual growth and spirited game play.

2017 Spiritual Life Retreat

Paramount to all we do at SCCS, is to mature your children in their relationship with Christ. We do this by partnering with you in fulfilling the admonition of Deuteronomy 6:5-7, “These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up.” Deuteronomy 6:6- NASB