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New Family Information

Welcome to the SCS Family! 

We are blessed that God has brought your family to SCS! As you transition, it is our desire that you feel welcomed, informed and encouraged. The New Family Information page is a tool to help you successfully navigate the first weeks at SCS.

Below, you will find links to forms and instructions to assist you as you begin to make SCS your home. The goal of this page is to acclimate you to the SCS community. All links are also located in the menu of the MySCS portal. You should become familiar with the MySCS portal as it is the primary source for information, documents, etc. To view the Welcome Guide, click here. 

To view the 2020-21 School Year Reopening Plan, click here

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To view the SCS Athletics website, click here.

To view the Athletic Injury Protocol forms, click here

To order course materials, click here

A significant goal of a college preparatory school is guiding students into appropriate college placement as they complete their high school years. The Southwest Christian School College Counseling Center has made a commitment to provide a supportive environment for students and families to make informed choices by providing resource materials, offering counsel and assisting in the submission of applications. To view more about SCS College Counseling, click here

Learn more about continuous enrollment here.

Course descriptions for Middle School and High School are located here.  

Please check the calendar on the home page of the website or in the MySCS portal for the most up-to-date information. 

The Calendar At A Glance (20-21) is located here.

SCS has a detailed uniform guide that can be found here


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View dual credit courses here.

To view the family handbook, click here.

To view the Final Exam schedule, click here

For general and medical forms, click here

Please click here for a detailed "to do" list.

The Minimester program at Southwest Christian School exists to offer a wide range of travel, enrichment, and global, national, and local service opportunities for our students. The uncommon and enriching experiences that the SCS Minimester provides further equip our students to become Christian leaders in the world. Past experiences include: building/renovating homes in Honduras and Jamaica, serving orphans in Kenya and in rural South Africa, exploring geology, glaciology, and volcanoes in Iceland, and engaging in masterclass acting workshops on Broadway. For more information, click here.

For more about Parent Information Night, click here

To contact PTO or learn more, click here

Chisholm Trail Campus (Pre-K – 6) Daily Schedule

Pre-K ............ 8:15 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
K - Grade 6 ............ 8:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Lakeside Campus (Grades 7 – 12) Daily Schedule

7:15 a.m. Cafeteria unlocked 
8:00 a.m. LIbrary unlocked and pre scheduled tutorials available 
8:00 a.m. Buildings unlocked 
8:30 a.m. Classes begin (M-F)
3:30 p.m. Classes end (M/W/F)
3:00 p.m. Classes end (T/TH)


The school supplies list can be found here

Summer Camps at Southwest Christian School Chisholm Trail Campus provide a safe nurturing environment for campers to engage in fun learning experiences while building new friendships. Featuring a summer staff of professional educators and enrichment staff, our programs help campers express their creativity and learn new skills through a variety of academic, art, and outside activities. For more information and to register, click here

To view the Summer Reading list, click here

As technology continues to evolve and develop, Southwest Christian School is committed to keeping pace to ensure that our students graduate with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful. Both campuses are equipped with cutting edge technology and initiatives to support  academic programming. Beyond the physical technology, Southwest Christian is committed to teaching and modeling Digital Citizenship so that students are able to articulate and put safe technology practices into place. To read about technology on each campus, click here

Please click here to view the 2020-2021 Welcome Guide.