Lockett & Stanley "Players To Watch"
SCS juniors Tylin Lockett and Clayton Stanley were mentioned in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram recently as "Players to Watch." Lockett and Stanley were two of twelve area basketball players mentioned in the article that highlighted both public and private school athletes. Go Eagle Nation!
Seniors Selected To Present
SCS seniors Max Bothner, Blake Harvey, Natalie Mott and Ryan Murphy were selected by Cistercian Preparatory School in Dallas to present their essays at a recent colloquium, Celebrating Flannery O’Connor: A 50-Year Retrospective. Out of 153 submissions from 12 schools, only 48 were chosen for presentation.The four essays will also be published on the colloquium website: www.flannery.cistercian.us.
Milton Signs With USC
Congratulations to senior Meredith Milton who recently signed a letter of intent with the University of South Carolina. Meredith has been chosen to be a part of the University's nationally ranked equestrian team. According to the National Collegiate Equestrian Association, the team currently ranks number three in the country. The Gamecocks are the highest ranked equestrian team in the SEC.
One - Act Play Takes State
The SCS Company of A Midsummer Night's Dream recently competed at the TAPPS State One Act Play Competition. The cast, crew, and directors were awarded 1st place at the State Championship late on Saturday evening, November 15.
The SCS 'Midsummer' Company State Champions:Erika Pope, Jack Stumbo, JeT Seale, Grace Tucker, Zoe Roberts, Brittany Welch, Brayden Welch, Madelyn Grimes, Cara-Lee Crow, Molly Dooling, Morganne Matthews, Valya Seely, Ryan Perry, Ashley-Cate Greig, Hannah Auldridge, Eva Chastain, Sam Lewallen, Jillian Romack, Mrs. Cyndi Woodward - director and Mrs. LouAnn Stumbo - assistant director.
SCS students were further honored with State Level individual awards.
- Best Technician: Sam Lewallen
- Honorable Mention State All-Star Cast: Jack Stumbo
- State All-Star Cast: Cara-Lee Crow
SCS competed against the following seven State advancing schools: Dallas Christian School, Prince of Peace Christian School of Carrollton, St. Michael's Catholic Academy of Austin, Coram Deo Academy of Flower Mound, Trinity Christian School of Lubbock, Grace Community School of Tyler, and Cornerstone Christian School of San Antonio.
Congratulations on this spectacular achievement!
One - Act Play District Results/OAP Advances to State
Congratulations to the One-Act Play company of A Midsummer Night's Dream! This production was directed by Cyndi Woodward and assistant directed by LouAnn Stumbo. The District Competition was held October 28 - 29.
The OAP District results are as follows:
- Best Technician - Eva Chastain
- Honorable Mention All-Star Cast - Grace Tucker and Erika Pope
- All-Star Cast - Madelyn Grimes and Jack Stumbo
- SCS' production of A Midsummer Night's Dream received 3rd place and advances to the State Competition November 14-15!
Company of Players - A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare
Peter Quince - Erika Pope
Nick Bottom - Jack Stumbo
Francis Flute - JeT Seale
Tom Snout - Grace Tucker
Robin Starveling - Zoe Roberts
Snug - Brittany Welch
Oberon - Brayden Welch
Titania -Madelyn Grimes
Puck - Cara-Lee Crow
Theseus - Molly Dooling
Hippolyta - Morganne Matthews
Peaseblossom - Valya Seely
Cobweb - Ryan Perry
Moth - Ashley-Cate Greig
Mustardseed - Hannah Auldridge
Co-Stage Manager - Eva Chastain
Co-Stage Manager /Lighting Op - Sam Lewallen
Crew - Tristen Baiza
Sound Op - Jillian Romack
XC Sweeps District
Congratulations to the Southwest Christian School Cross Country program for sweeping district! Every single team - MS boys and girls, JV boys and girls, Varsity boys and girls - won the 2014 District Title! Across all 6 teams, we had a combined 29 runners place in the top 10 of their races.
We are proud of each and every runner in our program due to their hard work after school in the Texas heat, the way that they encouraged everyone on the team every day, and for running tough this entire season. Their hard work paid off!
The Varsity boys and girls head down to Waco on Saturday, October 25, for the TAPPS 4A state meet. The girls will run at 11AM and the boys will run at 11:30AM. Good job, Eagles, and good luck!
SCS Dance Team Wows At State
We are very proud to announce that our SCS Dance Team placed 3rd out of 12 teams in the POM division, and had the 4th highest score out of 15 teams! Ali Gabriel was named Honorable Mention All-State, Lauren Callaghan was named 2nd team All-State, and Molly Middlebrook was named 1st Team All-State. Congratulations to the SCS Dance Team!
Cheer Team Takes 3rd Place
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Cheerleading squad! They placed 3rd in the TAPPS Division 1 Small Squad. Alyssa Yount and Kirsten McFarlan both received overall 2nd Team All-State. Way to go, EAGLES!!!
2015 National Merit Commended Scholars
Official notification was received from the National Merit Corporation informing SCS of our three National Merit Commended Scholars. They are James Dowell (attended SCS since 5th grade), Lauren Jones(attended SCS since 2nd grade), and Ryan Murphy (attended SCS since 9th grade). The Board of Trustees, Administration, Faculty, Staff and students extend our congratulations to these deserving students!
Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord… Colossians 3:23
Savage Selected for Save the Children Advocacy Summit
For the second consecutive year, Southwest Christian School is very proud to announce that a member from our school was selected as a Save the Children Advocacy Summit Scholarship recipient. Junior Lauren Savage was one of only twenty-three students from across the nation chosen for this prestigious honor. Application criteria included a series of essays written to convey the candidate's interest in humanitarian relief as well as a letter of recommendation from a sponsor teacher. Lauren's passion for service to her country and service to underdeveloped nations was exemplified in her application. She aspires to attend the USAF Academy and become a fighter pilot. While on deployment, Lauren hopes to assist those in need and effect change in these underserved regions. Lauren traveled with her sponsor, Mrs. Kim Chaulk, on an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. While there, Lauren had the opportunity to meet and discuss issues of concern with individuals such as Andrea Mitchell, host of MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports and Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, NBC News; Kevin Madden, CNN commentator and senior advisor/spokesman for the Romney 2012 presidential campaign; Stephanie Cutter, host of CNN's Crossfire and deputy campaign manager for the Obama 2012 presidential campaign; Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education; Senator John Boozman (R-AZ); Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA); Representative Richard Hanna (R-NY); Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT); Raj Shah, USAID Administrator; Dr. Tom McInerny, President of the American Academy of Pediatrics; Cokie Roberts, political commentator of ABC news and senior news analyst of NPR; and Bridgit Mendler, actress and platinum-selling recording artist. Lauren noted that the highlight of the trip was having the opportunity to advocate for children's rights with members of Congress from her home state (Granger, Johnson, McCaul, and Weber) and tell them how her school had nurtured her passion through its partnership with international, domestic, and local organizations (Minimester, JWAC, Samaritan Purse, to name a few). SCS is very proud of Lauren and her numerous achievements; we recognize that she has a very bright future ahead of her and are eager to hear about her future accomplishments.
Admissions In Full Swing
Prospective families are invited to explore the programs, places and people that define Southwest Christian School and our commitment to a Christ-centered college preparatory education. Check out the information on our Admissions pages and discover opportunities for your child in every direction.
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Elementary Arts Academy
The Elementary Arts Academy is an educational opportunity for students in grades 4-6 that essentially extends the school day. Students will be instructed in the arts in addition to the core instruction offered in the curricular day. This is a wonderful opportunity for elementary students interested in furthering their education in Music, Theatre, and/or Studio. The Academy aligns with our K-12 SCS Fine Arts instruction and programming.
Elementary Fine Arts develops disciplines which stimulate creative and organic expression. Students express and refine their creativity through works of art, both visual and in performance, critical thinking of the arts, and a cultural awareness of the world around them with Christ at the center.
- Beginner Band
- Introduction to Theatre Arts
- Improvisational Acting
- Studio Art
- Private Music Lessons in voice/instrument
- Elementary Main Stage Performance