We strive to help young people grow toward Christ-likeness. Chapel meets weekly for all grades. Students also receive spiritual training through daily Bible classes. Regular church attendance is encouraged. All classes are taught from a biblical worldview. The application of Bible truth throughout the disciplines is designed to encourage students to think and respond biblically in all areas of life. SCS offers a regular course of study as outlined by the State of Indiana. Students in K-5 through 11 take the Stanford Achievement Test each spring. Seniors take the ACT or SAT.
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