Every subject taught at SCA is integrated with the truths and Christian values. Prayer is an important part of every student’s school day.
Our students are taught to seek forgiveness for sin, accept Jesus Christ as their Savior, take personal initiative to study God’s Word and make it their primary objective to love, serve and honor Jesus Christ.
Rigorous educational instruction is presented at a level that students can succeed at with reasonable effort. The core subjects are taught in English: Bible, Math, Language Arts, History, and Science. In addition, our students have an opportunity to learn a foreign language from an early age up to high school. Physical Educaation, Music, and Fine Arts are part of the daily education at SCA.
Our students are trained and required to participate in competitions provided by ACSI and with other Slavic Christian Academy campuses during our Olympics that is hosted by Northwest Association of Slavic Baptist Churches.
Reasoning, critical thinking skills and internalization of Christian values are important educational goals. Our students take Stanford Achievement test every year, thus allowing students, parents, and teachers to evaluate student’s progress and achievements.
SCA teachers show respect for the students and treat them like image bearers of their heavenly Father. SCA day campuses utilize ABEKA, ACSI, BJU, and SAXON textbooks for their curriculum. SCA online distance program uses the Switched On Online (SOO) curriculum.
SCA K-12 students are tested in April on the TerraNova Test through ACSI. In addition, high school students take the PSAT test in October and SAT test during their senior year. The results show that SCA graduates are well prepared to be admitted by any college or university of their choice.
SCA High School Junior and Senior students can earn college credit through Advanced Placement Program (AP). The AP Program, allows students to participate in a college level course and possibly earn college credit while still in high school. The AP courses stand out in the admission process, allow progression into upper level courses, pursue a double-major or study abroad.
Parent and teacher conferences are held twice a year but parents are always welcome to visit at anytime. We are committed in working with parents and students to resolve any difficulties.
Class sizes are normally no larger than 16 students for primary grades. Intermediate, junior high and high school classes are no larger than 20 students.
Our goal is to experience excellence in every aspect. We look forward to you joining us in nurturing your child to become a representative of Jesus Christ.