South Baldwin Christian Academy was formed by area pastors and business leaders to create a sustainable, quality, community based, multi-denominational Christian school to serve south Baldwin County. SBCA serves the Gulf Shores, Foley, Orange Beach and surrounding areas in coastal Alabama. Classes are available for K3 through 12th grade. Prospective parents are welcome to stop by our campus or may call to schedule a tour.
What’s Happening at SBCA?
- Read Across America – March 1 – 3
- Coffee Connections
- March 3 @ 8:00 am PreK – 3rd Grade
- March 10 @ 8:00 am 4th Grade – 12th Grade
- Spring Break – March 27 – 31
- Spring Festival – April 22 (Yard Sale starts at 7 am, Festival runs from 10 am – 2 pm)
- Gymnatorium Ground Breaking Ceremony – May 02 – 12:15
Spring Festival and Yard Sale
It’s that time of the year again! All our current families should have received an email about gathering up items for our Yard Sale.
If you are interested in having a booth at our Spring Festival, please click here for a booth registration form.
Articles and News
South Baldwin Christian Academy is set to expand, as we will hold a formal groundbreaking ceremony for a new gymnatorium on Tuesday, May 2 at 12:15p.m. School administrators, local officials and business leaders will put shovels to the earth to signify the start of...read more
To Pin or Not to Pin: A Matter of Priorities I love Pinterest. It's a collection of everyone's great ideas categorized by topics all in one place. When I haven't gone grocery shopping in a while and all I can come up with is three things at home that might make up a...read more
SBCA to Host 7th Annual Spring Festival South Baldwin Christian Academy (SBCA) will host its 7th annual Spring Festival on Saturday, April 22nd. The event will kick-off at 7a.m. with a community-wide yard sale to help raise funds to support the Christian...read more
by Dawn Cranston, Head of School An Issue of Importance: Reading at Home In 1983, the U.S. Department of Education created its first Commission on Reading to explore the reading decline. The commission’s 1985 report, Becoming a Nation of Readers, included the...read more