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At SACS we provide a safe and nurturing environment which encourages students to reach their God-given potential. Our aim is to excite the children's imagination, while developing intellectual skills and their ability to understand and grow in God’s grace.Discover Pre-Kindergarten
Building on the strength of our Elementary School program, we continue to prepare our Middle School students for academic excellence. This includes equipping young people for works of service so they may effectively impact their world for Christ. With the Bible as the foundation and core of our curriculum, we integrate God’s truth in all subjects throughout middle school.Discover Middle School
SACS offers a Christ-centered, college preparatory education which fosters a life of faith and service. Since the Bible is central to all that we are and do, we integrate God’s truth in all aspects of our curriculum.
Our goal is to help young people become responsible, contributing members of their community. Students attend daily Bible classes, weekly chapels, and retreats twice a year to encourage their personal spiritual growth and commitment.Discover High School
6th Grade Bible Teacher
"I am grateful to be teaching in an environment where my calling and passions are unified. Teaching students about a personal relationship with God while being supported by the families and staff make SACS distinct."
Elementary Teacher & Cheer Coach
“My kindergarten class loves singing for Jesus and they have the sweetest prayers. I also love that SACS is a family. I lost my dad 6 years ago, and SACS families rallied around my family and supported us with everything from prayers to meals. You can always count on someone at SACS to help in times of need.”
5th Grade Math Teacher
"I love teaching at SACS, because we are helping the children to see the wonder of God in the world He created. SACS reminds me of a small town where everyone wants the best for each other and the children."
"Teaching as long as I have, it’s a unique experience when my former students grow up, graduate, and come back to visit me. I’m always amazed to witness how God has shaped their lives all throughout that journey."
"I love that the majority of my students are willing to see past my role as simply a teacher and can appreciate me as an important relationship in their life. Having students want to join me in my room when they don’t need to be there is incredibly rewarding."