Our goal is to guide students in becoming life-long learners who are able to engage the world. Students are prepared academically and vocationally through a comprehensive curriculum that offers a variety of course options. The living curriculum concept is vital as students form values, beliefs, and habits.
Shalom Christian Academy athletics is an integral part of our mission of preparing each student for a life of consequence in this world for the kingdom of God. Athletics provide an opportunity to learn life lessons and develop character and skills that will help student athletes use their gifts and talents to honor God.
Mr. Terry Harris brings English to life for his students through his unique teaching style, but building connections is also a top priority. “Fostering relationships with students is so critical to a teacher’s success,” he said. “Being with the young people, seeing their eyes light up when they grasp a new concept, getting to know […] Read More
We had a number of entries but there can only be one winner – Congratulations to Senior Hannah Carey! Her beautiful design was chosen for the 2016 Shalom Christian Academy Christmas Card. Merry Christmas! Read More
SCA Guidance Counselor Mike Shank shares how the senior mission trip gives Shalom students an opportunity for service while expanding their worldview. Service is Part of the Curriculum Service is a cornerstone of education at Shalom Christian Academy. It is something we build into our curriculum by giving children many different opportunities to […] Read More
Mrs. Anna Peckman says it’s amazing to see how much children grow and mature during the first year of school. “They are like little sponges and catch everything you give them,” the Shalom Christian Academy kindergarten teacher said. “We put together student portfolios from the year and I love looking through them in May and […] Read More
Shalom’s Class of 2020 invites you to an all you can eat pancake breakfast, Saturday, December 3rd, from 7 AM-11 AM. The meal is on a donation basis and includes pancakes, eggs, sausage and beverages. Proceeds will be used toward the class missions trip in the fall of their senior year. Come and enjoy a delicious breakfast, and […] Read More
The beginning of November Shalom’s hallways are less crowded–our seniors return from their missions trip November 3rd, and our juniors have their annual retreat November 1st and 2nd. There is no school for students Friday, November 4th–faculty will be participating in professional development workshops with area Christian school teachers. Parent/teacher conferences mean a 1:00 dismissal for […] Read More
Click HERE to follow the SCA Senior Class on their blog! The Shalom Christian Academy Class of 2017 will be leaving at the end of October for their mission trip to Guatemala! These servant students will be teaming with Rob Cahill, a missionary for the past 15 years in Coban. Rob and his wife have […] Read More
What makes a Christian-focused education different from other options? Shalom Christian Academy Administrator Mrs. Angie Petersheim shares how Shalom incorporates a biblical perspective into learning. When it comes to education, a Christian school differs from public and private schools in its approach to learning. Christian educators recognize that God calls them to teach content from a […] Read More