A Note from Mr. Stinson
A Note from Mr Stinson
For over 30 years, South Pointe Christian School has served as a place for students to be educated in an environment that is conductive to their Christian growth. Using mostly the A Beka Book curriculum, SPCS strives to prepare students for life both academically and spiritually. We see ourselves as a tool for parents to use in order to fulfill the Biblical command to "train up a child in the way he should go…" In an increasingly wicked world, many parents find the Christian school a pleasant alternative.
At SPCS, we want to provide the Christian school student with the complete school experience while pointing them toward Christ. We make every effort to provide many of the same experiences they would have in public school but with the full freedom to express themselves spiritually. We have a full sports program for men and women including volleyball, cross-country, soccer, basketball, golf, track, baseball, softball and archery. We also offer opportunities in the Fine Arts including choir, band, chess, visual arts and dramatic presentation.
At South Pointe, you will find:
A Quality, Educational Experience
SPCS operates on the philosophy that a Christian School should offer a higher quality of education than any other public or private educational facility.
A Christian Family Atmosphere
By incorporating daily devotions, weekly Chapel services, and several Spiritual Emphasis weeks, SPCS provides many opportunities for the student's spiritual development. We are also confident that all of our staff members are rooted and grounded in the Word of God and can provides Bible based counseling.
A Godly, Caring Faculty and Staff
Knowing that the teacher is the key to the classroom experience, the administration of SPCS has assembled a group of teachers who love the Lord and the students. Each teacher and staff member seeks to guide the young people in living for God.
A Christ, Centered Sports Program
"And whatsoever you do, do it heartily, as if to the Lord." Sports at SPCS are seen as an exercise in Godliness. The students are encouraged to participate in an athletic program that will teach them how to play, win, and even lose for the glory of the Lord.