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Homecoming Spirit Week Tuesday: 80s Day

Participation Awards:

1st place (100 points) – 9th grade and 7th grade (again 7th grade had 100% participation)

2nd place (50 points) – 11th and 12th  grade tie & 6th grade


Costume winners:

High School

1st place (25 points) – Burch Langstaff as Tom Selleck

2nd place (10 Points) – Gavin Griffin as the boy in E.T.


Middle School

1st place (25 points) – Caroline Dougherty

2nd place (10 points) – Cole Dervan

Homecoming Spirit Week Monday: Dynamic Duo Day

Homecoming Spirit Week 2017 has officially begun! Monday’s winners for high school and middle school Dynamic Duo costumes are:

High school

1st place – 10th grade “Tangled” (Patrick Burke and Maddie Allen)

2nd place – (tie) 9th grade with “Gorilla and Chiquita Banana” (Jared Higdon and Sammy Scardino); 10th grade with “Napoleon Dynamite” (Ricardo Ruiz and Jacob Ham)

Middle School

1st place – 7th grade “Dr. and Frankenstein” (Dortey Koffie and Malachi Jones)

2nd place – 8th grade “Sylvester and Tweety Bird” (Victoria Vega and Joy Kendrick)

Community Service Days

On October 6 and October 13, the middle school and high school conducted community service days to serve our community and be a blessing. It was a privilege to partner with LaDonna Urick and Mission Change as well as Judy Bowles of Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful. Their partnership is valuable in making these days effective and productive for our students.

We are pleased to continue to strengthen the pillar of community service in our students. Special thanks go out to Campus Pastor Jeremy Davidson and our faculty members for organizing and assisting with these days for us.

A Visit from Johnny Appleseed

Elementary chapel was very special this morning. The boys and girls enjoyed a special time of praise and worship with Kristin Crosby who led our singing and then introduced our special speaker for the day. SCA students enjoyed a surprise visit from John Chapman, better known as “Johnny Appleseed.” Johnny shared with the students all about his school days, apprenticeship and how the Lord led him West to plant apple seeds and the Word of God. Thanks to Sherwood Baptist Church’s Children’s Pastor, Mark Scardino, for an awesome chapel!

Cross Country – Rock Springs Invitational


SCA Cross Country teams participated in the Rock Springs Invitational in Milner, Georgia, over the weekend.

The Boys’ Cross Country elementary students took 1st place. SCA had three elementary boys place in the top 10 runners:

  • 2nd Place – Caleb Kendrick
  • 4th Place – Brandon Haire
  • 5th Place – Mason Johnson

SCA had two elementary girls place in the top 10 runners:

  • 1st place – Julia Kendrick
  • 10th place – Lydia Sancinito

The Middle School Girls’ team finished 2nd place. Joy Kendrick finished 2nd overall, Victoria Vega 9th overall, Ariona Walters 10th overall, and Miley Clements 11th overall.


2017 Homecoming Court

_TSP8631Congratulations to the following high school students for being selected by their classmates to represent their grade in this year’s Homecoming Court. Homecoming is slated for Friday, October 20. Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m., and the announcing of this year’s King & Queen will be at halftime. Joining us for the crowning will be the 2016 King & Queen, Brim McDonald and Kamaya Herring. Please come and join the fun at SCA for Homecoming 2017!


Leandra Herring & Nathan Roberts


Randi Harrelson & Zachary Davidson


Anna Kendrick & Addison Pollock


Drew Boyett & Evan Bailey

Brynn Davidson & William Crawford

Gracyn Holt & James Smith

See You at the Pole

Parents, students and teachers met this morning at the flagpole for a time of prayer for our homes, school, churches and nation. See You at the Pole is a student-led event that began in 1990 with a small group of 10 teenagers in Burleson, Texas. These students were led to meet at the school flagpole and pray for their generation. This year, three million students in 20 countries are expected to participate at this widely observed event.

Thanks to Lydia Sancinito, Vance Carter, Mason Johnson, Alexandra Collins, Caleb Kendrick and Collyer Alderman for leading us this morning. Thanks to all our parents, teachers and students who were able to join us for this special time of prayer.