In addition to Athletics, Band, Fine Arts, and Battle of the Bears, SCS offers the following extra-curricular activities.
All students in Grades 6 through 12 have the opportunity to be nominated, to vote, and to offer ideas for Student Council action. The SCS Student Council was formed in 2019-20 for the following purposes:
Strive for Christian leadership.
Model Christ-like behavior in the classroom, during extra-curricular activities, and in our community.
Involve all students in making our school the best it can be.
Help all students work together in our school.
Give all students practice in exercising democratic principles.
Demonstrate Christ’s love in our community.
At the beginning of each school year our high school students spend three days and four nights at the Anchorage Christian Camp at Lake Waccamaw in North Carolina. The spiritual emphasis of the camp allows our students to hear evangelistic and edifying preaching while having fun in a safe Christian environment.
"Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil;"
STEM & ROBOTICS
The SCS Robotics Club uses Cue and Dash bots. These bots are easy to use and great in many areas of STEM. For example, the Cue bots which the older kids are using on iPads have multiple applications where they have to use their creative thinking to move the bot along a graphed plane and solve problems. While the Dash bots, being used by the younger kids, accomplish the same thing and they are simpler than the cue bots.
AMERICAN CHRISTIAN HONOR SOCIETY
The American Christian Honor Society (ACHS) was founded by AACS in 1979 to honor qualified high school students in member schools and to be uniquely Christian in its emphasis. The American Christian Honor Society seeks to:
Advance Christian Scholarship
Challenge Christian Leadership
Honor Christian Character
Stimulate Christian Service
Students in grades 9-12 create our annual Bear Tracks yearbook using Online Design at Walsworth Yearbooks under the direction of our Yearbook Supervisor, Mary Hankins. Our 2022-23 yearbook, New Horizons, was dedicated to Mr. Laurance Kannon.
WAR OF SPECIAL FORCES
Since the late 1990s' SCS has hosted The War of Special Forces, led by Dr. Jim Van Gelderen, every three years. This week long event is full of team competitions, food, school spirit, and dynamic evangelistic and edifying preaching.