Statesville Christian School is a college preparatory, inter-denominational Christian School. SCS was founded in 1995 as a K-5 school. Our first graduating class was 2003. Today SCS is a K-12 school with an enrollment of over 280 students. SCS admits students regardless of race, national origin, or gender.
SCS is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), Advance Ed, SACS, and the North Carolina Department of Non-Public Instruction.
The school day consists of year long classes meeting every other day. Core classes meet for 80 minutes per day and elective classes meet for 50 minutes per day. AP courses and select honors courses are offered as year long courses that meet every day. The school day is 8:00-2:48 five days a week. The year consists of a traditional four quarter schedule beginning in late August and ending in late May. During the month of February, high school students are involved in a “Winterim” week, which includes internships, specialized classes, and mission trips.
Percentage grades are given to students in all classes. The GPA only is weighted according to course rigor.
|Head of School:||
Dr. Barry Redmond
|Upper School Principal:||Mr. Jeff Durham|
|Elementary School Principal:||Mrs. Mel Ellenburg|
|Admissions Coordinator:||Mrs. Jennifer Jones|
|Subject||Academic Diploma||General Diploma|
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Standardized Test Scores
Test scores of our graduates in comparison to North Carolina and National student averages:
|Statesville Christian School Class of 2015||1697|
|NC Avg. (2014)||1483|
|National Avg. (2014)||1497|
*SAT Scores divided into 3 sections with 2400 being the maximum possible combined score
Our graduating classes have been accepted at the following colleges:
Charleston Southern University
College of Charleston
College of William and Mary
Eastern Carolina University
Moody Bible Institute
North Carolina State University
University of Vermont
AP and Honors Course
The following courses are offered based on student interest and availability.
Honors and Standard Courses:
- AP Biology
- AP Chemistry
- AP Calculus AB/BC
- AP Literature & Composition
- Algebra I & II, Geometry
- Pre-Calculus, Discrete Math
- Introduction to Literature, American, British & World Literature
- Anatomy & Physiology, Biology
- Ancient World, Modern World, US History, Sociology
- Spanish I, II, III, IV