Check out the March edition of the The Knight News! An update from the Head of School, Dawn Cranston, recap of Missions Week, Art program feature, upcoming event information and so much more are included!
As you enter the front doors of our main building, you are likely to be greeted by our students’ artwork. In fact, if you spend any length of time on the SBCA campus, the artwork of our talented students is featured throughout our school grounds. Fifth and sixth grade produced the artist portraits scattered through
Elementary chapel students learned more about the life of Jesus and several different Bible stories during February including: the ten plagues, Zaccheus, and Jonah. The fruit of the Spirit is also being taught. Worship, interactive Bible lessons, object lessons and more are a part of our weekly chapel services. A brief overview of the lessons
“Use your gifts to serve one another” - 1 Peter 4:10 This verse has been the focus of our high school's Key Club this year and essentially what they have adopted as their club’s motto. They have truly obtained this goal through diligently working this year...
We are excited to announce that registration is now open for our Summer Day Camp and week-long Summer Learning Camps. Details about all of these programs are included below and can also be viewed at: www.southbaldwinca.org/summer-programs Summer Day Camp Children ages 4 (must be 4 on or before 9/1/19) through students who have completed 5th
During January’s chapel services, students learned about: The Life of Jesus Fruit of the Spirit Gratitude Aaron and Moses Weekly chapel services are now being held for all pre-k through 6th grade students. Further study on the life of Jesus, fruit of the spirit and people of the Bible will be the focuses of chapel
Last semester, 80 South Baldwin Christian Academy (SBCA) students received the distinction of Honor Roll by earning all A’s or A’s and B’s on their report cards. Congratulations, we’re so proud of all your hard work! 1st Grade A Honor roll Elliott Bills Olive Bordelon Jacob Brown Chase Frerichs Rylan Norris Boaz Ofori-Ansah 1st Grade
SBCA high school students are now participating in the Alabama Water Watch program. Alabama Water Watch is a volunteer, water quality monitoring program offered through the Auburn University Water Resources Center that covers all of the major river basins in Alabama. Their mission is to improve both water quality and policy through educating, training, and
SBCA staff and families are excited about the school’s growth and look forward to the continued development of athletic and fine arts programs now that the Mimi Mayes Gymnatorium has been completed. During the first semester, we sent out a twelve-question parent satisfaction survey to give parents an opportunity to share their feedback on the