Jean-Paul Guion has been chosen as the Student of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2015-2016 by the faculty of Shoreline Christian School.
This year's Annual Chili Feed is coming this Friday, January 29, 5-7 pm. Refresh yourself on the history of this fun event by reading Mrs. Verna Alberda's chronicle of its history. Then, make sure you come by Friday night for a delicious dinner and fellowship with SCS families, then join us in the gym for some Charger basketball! Read more >> about The Annual Chili Feed Returns
Did you have snowfall on Sunday afternoon? When it started snowing at my house on Sunday, I was cuddled up on my couch, reading a book, enjoying a crackling fire in our fireplace. Read more >> about FlashAlert for Emergency Notification
Colby Steich has been chosen as the Student of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2015-2016 by the faculty of Shoreline Christian School. Colby is characterized by the faculty as someone who “has a great balance of diligence, persistence, self-awareness, and stress management. He immerses himself in a problem first and then seeks help as he learns what he does and does not know. He is well-respected by everyone. We have never heard a derogatory or even irritated word about him from anyone here. That is because he has integrity and wisdom in the way he builds relationships.” Read more >> about Student of the Quarter: Colby
By Sophie W, 12th Grade
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, it was a period of pondering, of questioning, of overwhelming doubt about everything we know to be true. Okay, all of that is false. What is true is that a short time ago, the staff of Shoreline Christian School decided to spice things up. They decided that some of our Fridays needed to be more...phenomenal. If you haven’t yet read Joel Bratt’s article on Phenomenal Fridays, I recommend you do so ASAP (which, of course, stands for Act Swiftly Awesome Person). He very nicely explained the conversations and reasoning behind Phenomenal Fridays. Now I present to you a student reaction - an after-the-fact review of our first experience with Phenomenal Friday.
Please view our 2015 Presidential Report by clicking the image below. Read more >> about 2015 Presidential Report
The Elementary Student Guides are collecting filled shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child, a Christmas gift-giving activity, sponsored by Samaritan's Purse. Read more >> about Operation Christmas Child
Education isn't a tree, it's a web.
About a year ago, I asked Mr. Visser where he thinks schooling will be in five years, ten years, fifteen years? At the time we were talking about technology, but what ensued was a much larger discussion about schooling in general -- one that I think holds great promise for SCS.