Student Life

     Classroom learning is our priority. It is where our students gain academically. We have added a Student Life program that also gives our students opportunities to round out their growth and development by giving them chances to explore their talents and gifts outside the typical classroom. 

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Student Life

Summit Christian Academy does not limit the learning environment to the classroom. Please see the Curriculum Map for each grade that includes many of the field trips taken to enhance the education.


  • Spiritual Emphasis Week

  • Cooking Club (Middle School)

  • Servant's Heart (6th - 12th)

  • Student Council - High School and Middle School

  • Guitar Ensemble (5th - 12th)

  • Lego Club (Middle School and High School)

  • The Messengers (5th - 12th)

  • SonShine Choir (Kindergarten - 4th)

  • Student Leadership Conference (Middle School and High School)

  • STEAM Club (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) (2nd-5th grades)

  • Family Learning Night

  • Renaissance Festival

  • Portrait Palooza & Living Art Museum

  • National Junior Honor Society

  • National Honor Society

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Academic Competition

Spelling Bee

Writing Competition


Entrepreneur Challenge


Drama Clubs


Production of selected plays


Art Clubs


SAT (2nd - 5th)

IMAGE (6th - 8th)

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Boys' Basketball

Girls' Basketball

Girls' Volleyball

Cross Country


Parent involvement encouraged. Annual sports physical required. 

Cost: may vary from year to year. 

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Duke Tip

Summit Christian Academy participates annually in the Duke Talent Identification Program. This program is for 7th grade students who are identified as gifted, based on their high scores in key areas of the annual achievement testing. These students may then register with Duke University and take either of the college level entrance exams, the SAT or ACT. Summit Christian Academy students frequently score at the state or national honors level.


Young Achievers

Summit Christian Academy 5th and 8th grade students who have a strong grade point average and show leadership through good behavior and acts of community service are identified each year and nominated to participate in the Holifield Photography Young Achievers program.