Secondary English teacher Katey Tapia shares, “Why I Teach”. We have different gifts according to the grace given us…if it is serving, let him serve; if it is teaching, let him teach; if it is encouraging, let him encourage; if it is giving, let him give generously; if it is leading, let him lead with […]
Welcome to Seattle Christian High School
As revealed in a recent community survey, students and their families choose Seattle Christian High School for its spiritual focus, Christ-centered education and outstanding academics.
We are fully committed to integrating a Biblical worldview into every high school course. Our highly qualified faculty provides students with engaging, relevant and rigorous instruction in the context of our calling as followers of Christ.
Bible classes equip students to be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks for the reason for the hope that is within them. Students also put their faith into action each year through our InterSCession program. Students select week-long service, mission, or study experiences from 20 different opportunities led by faculty. In addition, students participate in weekly worship and chapel and have opportunities to get involved in student-led Bible studies, discussion groups and outreach ministries.
Students graduate from Seattle Christian School well prepared academically, socially, and spiritually to become leaders on their college campuses and in their churches, communities, and workplaces.
Secondary math teacher, Jimmy Creek shares, “Why I teach”. I wasn’t raised in a Christian home. I remember being taught about karma, reincarnation, multiple gods…a little of everything. When I got to high school, everything changed and I started looking for something bigger than myself. That led me to youth group where I learned about […]
On Sunday, June 9, staff, faculty, family, and friends gathered to honor the class of 2019. We’re so proud of the achievements of our Warriors, whether that be in academics, athletics, the arts, or service. With 95% pursuing higher education and $2.5 million offered in college scholarships, these young men and women are ready to […]
Four students are paving the way for their post-secondary careers through the SCS Internship program. On top of their daily schoolwork load, these students are taking on additional responsibilities in order to gain real-world experiences and credit toward high school graduation. (From left to right) Cory, a senior, is interning with Oak Harbor Freight Lines, […]
Seattle Christian School high School principal, Lauren Anderson, has announced that Dylan Wile has been named a Commended Student in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the principal to this scholastically talented senior. About […]
Congratulations, once again, to these students as they finished their time at Seattle Christian School and look into the future with confidence and hope for what God will do in their lives in the days ahead. SCS has been privileged to serve these families and could not be more proud of these students’ accomplishments […]
High school students thoroughly enjoyed their week pursuing creative elective learning out of the traditional classroom. Through InterSCession, both teachers and students are able to pursue specific subjects and skills and support the school’s mission of integrating scriptural principles into every facet of life. They are able to experience trips such as serving locally with partners at World […]
Apex Robotics is a special place where students enhance their skills in innovation, ingenuity, and collaboration while they compete against other schools in the region and fuel their passion for STEM-related fields. Their mission is to provide all students an avenue to explore and refine their God-given talents and passions in engineering through a highly […]
On April 11, Seattle Christian School seniors signed their National Letters of Intent to compete in athletics at the collegiate level. Known to their friends as diligent and dedicated students due to enrolling in AP classes or tutoring underclassmen, they challenged themselves academically and athletically throughout their high school years. Hannah Glynn (pictured from left) earned the Nisqually […]