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SCA Students Collect Books for International Literature Program

Secondary students from Summit Christian Academy (SCA) in collaboration with local non-profit teens4good, Inc. recently completed their second book drive benefiting the Western Literature Promotion Program (WLPP). WLPP’s goal is to enhance education in China by giving underprivileged schools the ability to teach English, providing them with materials to instruct with. The students’ previous school-wide […]

SCA Holds Commencement Ceremony

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) recently held graduation for the class of 2015. The class included 41 graduates who were offered over $1 million in scholarship potential, and 95% of the SCA class of 2015 will be going on to college after graduation ranging from Rutgers, to Creighton to the University of Missouri. At the ceremony, […]

SCA 5th Graders Bring Europe to Lee’s Summit

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) 5th graders hosted their annual European Fair last week. Students represented different countries at the festival, allowing fellow students and visitors to travel through Europe without leaving the halls of SCA. From Norway to Portugal, students had the option to dress up culturally, provide dishes commonly found within their country, and […]

SCA Early Education Hosts Cinco De Mayo Fiesta

Smiles abounded at Summit Christian Academy’s (SCA) Early Education Cinco De Mayo Fiesta recently. Current students were invited to bring a friend to enjoy a taco lunch plus an afternoon of fun activities- including craft, photo booth, parachute PE games, snack, dancing, and game stations.

SCA Senior Recognized as National Merit Finalist

(Lee’s Summit) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that Senior Aaron Banks has advanced to Finalist standing in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. This distinction places him in a group of roughly 15,000 students representing less than one percent of U.S. high school graduating seniors. Last September, Banks was notified that […]

Summit Christian Academy Students Help Fight Hunger

Summit Christian Academy Students Help Fight Hunger (Lee’s Summit, MO) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) secondary students recently teamed up with “Something to Eat,” a meal packaging program organized through Youthfront that provides low-cost, nutritious meals to the world’s poor and disenfranchised.   “The students raised $3000 in 3 weeks that enabled them to package […]

Hundreds Gather at SCA’s 3rd Annual International Festival

  Over 500 children and adults traveled the globe at Summit Christian Academy’s (SCA) third annual International Festival. The night opened with a parade of flags and costumes from countries including South Korea, China, Peru, Brazil, Uganda, Spain, and more. Participants had the opportunity to be part of the Chinese tea ceremony, and observe live […]

Summit Christian Academy Hosts 3rd Annual International Festival

      (Lee’s Summit) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) will host the third annual International Festival from 5 – 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 17 at the SCA Elementary School (1450 SW Jefferson in Lee’s Summit). Doors open at 4:30. Last year, more than 500 attendees enjoyed the community-wide event. Those attending had the […]

SCA Students Send Books to Chinese Schools

(Lee’s Summit, MO) – Secondary students from Summit Christian Academy (SCA) and teens4good, Inc. recently organized a school-wide book drive benefiting WLPP (Western Literature Promotion Program). The aim of WLPP is to enhance education in China by giving underprivileged schools the ability to teach English, providing them with materials to instruct with. “The mission of […]

SCA Celebrates International Education Week

(Lee’s Summit, MO) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is celebrating their fourth-annual International Education Week. As a part of SCA’s commitment to building a global community throughout the school, K-12 students are engaging in educational opportunities including games, presentations, and global cuisine from across the globe. “We want our students to leave here with not […]