SCA Extracurriculars

We are excited to open Extracurriculars for the 2020-2021 School Year! Activities and practices will begin in October. Please check below for information regarding our programs.

If you have any further questions, please email Shelley Jordan at

Destination Imagination

A parent-led program to engage participants in project-based challenges designed to build confidence and develop creativity, critical thinking, communication, and teamwork skills. These academic challenges are designed to teach the creative process—a system of learning that is at the root of innovation and a child’s ability to bring an idea to life. Each season, new and engaging Team Challenges are provided that encourage students to explore their passions, discover their unique talents and abilities, and learn new skills.

Summit Maker Club

A parent-led club designed to guide students through the process of innovative thinking and creation as they explore technology. Students have the opportunity to work with electronics, computers, software, 3D printing, circuit boards, and microcontrollers.

ACSI Activities:

Students from ACSI member schools have the opportunity to participate in multiple events which are designed to encourage and inspire students toward a standard of excellence in leadership, communication, and performance while challenging them toward God-honoring applications of their academic abilities and fine arts.

Math Olympics – March 12th, submission deadline

The ACSI Math Olympics is a series of timed tests that are given in a series of rounds. Each student competes against other students in his or her grade and category. The areas of competition include arithmetic computation and mathematical reasoning. Students in grades 3–8 from ACSI member schools may participate. 

Speech Meet – April 16th, submission deadline 

Participation in the ACSI Speech Meet cultivates skills that will contribute to effective leadership in their futures. Students develop techniques to speak audibly, expressively, and with confidence in a live audience situation. All students in grades 1-5 choose from grade level specific categories and have the opportunity to recite a memorized speech to be critiqued by judges. 

Spelling Bee

The ACSI Spelling Bee encourages proper and confident communication by developing good spelling habits and the awareness of accurate usage of words and vocabulary. Students in grades 1-8 have the opportunity to participate in a traditional grade level spelling bee competition. This year, SCA will be hosting their own event. 

Art Festival – March 19th, submission deadline

The ACSI Art Festival is designed to encourage fine art education, as well as promote creativity and expression. The event  provides an opportunity to recognize and exhibit outstanding student artwork from a variety of categories in elementary grades through high school.

Creative WritingFebruary 26th, submission deadline
ACSI Creative Writing Festivals provide students an opportunity to develop and showcase their creative writing abilities and skills, by having their best written works evaluated and shared with others. In addition to celebrating the talents of emerging young writers, the Creative Writing Festival provides students with the opportunity to receive valuable feedback as they are encouraged to develop their writing skills.