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“Fun Friday” Tradition: The 5th Grade Baking Show

“Fun Friday” Tradition: The 5th Grade Baking Show

SCCS fifth grade teachers and students have continued their “Fun Friday” tradition during this season of remote learning. “As we thought about what we could do at a distance, on zoom, we thought it would be fun to bake chocolate chip cookies together,” said fifth...

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Elementary Students Learn About God Through the Life of Peter

Elementary Students Learn About God Through the Life of Peter

This week, elementary students have been focusing on the story of Peter, “Becoming a Fisher of Men”, during the annual Spiritual Emphasis Week at SCCS. “Our elementary students got to hear the story of Peter at their age level while hearing that Peter was an imperfect...

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Jacob Holt

Jacob Holt, 2019 SCCS graduate, began his freshmen year this August at Arizona Christian University.

During his time at SCCS, Jacob played as a defensive lineman and helped the Cardinals win a San Joaquin League championship. He was twice named Lineman of the Year and recorded 33 tackles and 8 sacks his senior year.

“SCCS has prepared me to be a leader on and off the field,” shared Jacob. “Attending a Christian school {in high school} has prepared me to thrive at a Christian college and  to know the Lord, praise Him, and to play for Him on the field. It is a blessing to go to a Christian college and get to know more about Christ and what He will do in my life later down the road.”

Jacob is majoring in Communications with an emphasis in Journalism! We are proud of you Jacob!

Noah Nnabuo Class of '18

Noah Nnabuo graduated from SCCS in 2018 and is in his second year at Delaware State University. Noah is majoring in Pre-Med Biological Sciences. While at SCCS, Noah was a two-year varsity football letter winner. He was also selected as the school’s Athlete-of-the-Year and the football team’s BestDefensive Lineman during his senior season. He helped lead the team to a league championship and he was selected as All-San Joaquin First Team (defense) and All-CIF Southern Section (offense) as a senior.

“SCCS prepared me as a student-athlete by teaching me to work hard and to be disciplined,” said Noah. “This has helped me transition into my college career! To all the student athletes, focus on your priorities. Do not deviate from the task at hand.”

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