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SCA Jr. High Debate Team Competes at Raytown South Middle School Tournament

The Jr. High Speech and Debate team from Summit Christian Academy (SCA) recently competed at Raytown South Middle School. Debate team duo of Isaac Truesdale and Aidan O’Donnell won 6th place and duo Briana Chapman and Caleb Dawson won 7th in novice debate. Humorous Duo team Charlotte Brownlee and Caroline Hammett won 7th.  Charlotte Brownlee […]

SCA Senior Wins Poetry Out Loud Competition

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) Senior Sophie Schooley recently won the SCA Poetry Out Loud competition for the third year in a row. Sophie will participate in the Kansas City South Regional Competition, where she will compete for a spot in the state competition. Poetry Out Loud is an organization that encourages the nation’s youth to […]

SCA Leads at School Choice Rally

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) partnered with the Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri (CEAM) and National School Choice Week to rally over 750 people to the state Capitol in Jefferson City on January 24. Students in the SCA 5th and 6th grade Honors’ Choir were honored to perform “One Nation” and SCA 7th grade student Karinton […]

SCA Art Student Honored Two Years in a Row

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, sophomore Ashlyn Steller was selected as the 2019 Senate District Eight Art Exhibit Winner. Each of Missouri’s thirty-four State Senators view work submitted from their district and select one image to represent them. The chosen images are printed and […]

SCA Secondary Students Receive Christian Character Award

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to recognize students who consistently exhibit exceptional Christian character through the Christian Character Award program. The purpose of this award is to encourage students to pursue their potential toward attaining the highest level of personal and academic development, as well as Christian character. The achievement of Christian Character at […]

SCA to Host Kansas City Area Christian College Fair

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to host the 2019 Kansas City Area Christian College Fair, sponsored by the North American Coalition for Christian Professionals (NACCAP). Over twenty colleges and universities will have booths and representatives on hand to share a variety of resources, aiding families in their college selection process.  Schools to be in […]

SCA Announces Spelling Bee Winners

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) recently held its annual spelling bee and several students emerged as the top spellers. Forty-eight students in grades 2nd through 8th participated in the spelling bee, 18 of whom qualified for districts. Those students continuing to districts include third grade students Jasmine Stringfellow, Olivia Prough; fourth grade students Cooper McCarty, Bella […]

SCA Grandparents Go Back to School

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) recently hosted their 26th annual Grandparents’ Day. Over 1,000 grandparents visited campus to participate in the special morning with their grandchildren, giving them a glimpse of their day-to-day lives at SCA. The morning consisted of two simultaneous programs- including choirs, bands, and orchestras of all ages- held in the Elementary and […]

SCA Tradition of Service Continues through Senior Mission Trip

The Summit Christian Academy (SCA) Class of 2019 spent the remainder of summer vacation serving in Beckley, West Virginia as a part of SCA’s 15th annual Senior Mission Trip. The Senior Missions Trip is an opportunity to build class leadership and unity while also growing personally and spiritually and helping others in need, as seniors […]

Enrollment at SCA Hits Historic Record

Summit Christian Academy’s (SCA) 29th year finds them celebrating a record number of students filling the PreSchool – 12th grade halls.  Growth has been seen at the Early Education, Elementary, and Secondary levels with total enrollment currently at 810 students. Enrollment is up 6.3 % over last school year which ended the year with 762 students. […]