Six SCS art students, Sydney Alberda, Grace Seyoum, Olivia Eisses, Anna Rietkerk, Noelle Alberda and Sarah Owen submitted art to the 7th Congressional District Art Competition sponsored by Representative Pramila Jayapal on May 1st. The Awards Reception announcing the three place winners was held on Monday evening, May 8th, at the Seattle Repertory Theater.
Congratulations to senior art student, Sarah Owen, for receiving First Place
Elise Aydelott has been chosen as the Student of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2016-2017 by the faculty of Shoreline Christian School. Elise is characterized by the faculty as someone who “has become less focused on the grade and more on becoming a healthy learner. She has come to grips with her anxiety and has learned to flourish in spite of it. She readily helps those around her and walks and talks her faith.” Read more >> about Student of the Quarter: Elise Aydelott
Posted by Tuvette McCroskey, SCS Parent and PIP co-leader with Jen Colver
How does it feel to be known and loved?
I began attending PIP ten years ago when my oldest was 10 and my youngest was beginning kindergarten. I was looking for community and joining a prayer group seemed like a good place to start. I was a “young mom”, new to the school and was instantly in awe of the prayer leader, Chris Kredit, who had kids in HIGH SCHOOL! Read more >> about What Makes Parents In Prayer (PIP) Special
Posted by Jeremy Barrie, SCS Varsity Girls' Basketball Coach
As I reflect on my second season as coach of the Girls' basketball team, I can’t help but feel I am the luckiest coach in the world. Why or how, with two wins in two seasons, could a coach say that? Simply put, our team's culture. Our culture is something we fight to build on a daily basis. For us it’s about growth and showing constant improvement, where mistakes are expected because we value heart and maximum effort above perfect play. We hold each other accountable both on and off the court. Read more >> about SCS Basketball Coach: Luckiest Coach in the World
Posted by Kaelyn Bullock, High School Social Studies