Fostering a Life of Faith & Service

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.

Core courses further develop literacy, communicative and leadership skills, and critical thinking. Students may select from a wide range of electives, including a comprehensive athletic program and an extensive offering of fine arts.

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.

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Home of Four National Merit Finalists

All four of our National Merit Semi-finalists have been named Finalists.

1.5 million students participated in the 2020 National Merit program by taking their 2019 PSAT. Of those 1.5 million, 1% are chosen as National Merit semifinalists.
Elle Dase, Baer Heck, Madelyn Simpson, and Jennie Stephenson are in the top 1% test takers in the entire Nation.

Many universities across the country give finalists full scholarships for achieving this level. However, this isn’t the end of the fun. Each of these finalists is also now competing for the top prize of Merit Scholarship. Only 7,500 will receive this award which includes further monetary compensation for college expenses.

Organizations and Clubs

Student Organizations
  • Latin Honor Society
  • National Art Honor Society
  • National Honor Society
  • Quill & Scroll Society
  • Spanish Honor Society
  • Student Government
  • Thespian Society
Clubs and Activities
  • Concert Band
  • Debate Club
  • Environment Club – Green Team
  • Extreme Knitting Club
  • Jazz & Poetry Club
  • Praise Band
  • Science Club
  • Spanish Club


Opportunities to serve are always available for high school students. Some include assisting in church nurseries and various children’s programs, participating in mission trips, volunteering at community agencies or assisting with various needs across our campus.

SACS high school students are required to complete a minimum of 24 community service hours each year.

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High School Chapel at SACS

Weekly High School Chapel

All high school students come together for weekly chapel. Each Thursday morning, students join in praise and worship led by either the student worship team or a local church worship team. Chapel rotates among four different formats each month which provides a dynamic and engaging community opportunity. Whether students are leading out in teaching and worship or chapel is led by a special guest speaker, students appreciate the time spent in prayer and worship with their peers. Parents are always welcome to attend our chapels.

Organizations and Clubs

Fall Retreat


Christmas Ball

SA Stock Show & Rodeo Art Contest

Junior/Senior Banquet

Senior Trip


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