Information for 2014-2015 School Year
Information for the 2014-2015 School Year
We expect God will give us a wonderful year and are excited to see it unfold. Please check back on our website during the first week of September for our first newsletter which will provide more detailed information about the school year.
Here is some important information about the coming year:
If you are new to the area and wanting to inquire about sending your child to our school, please contact the Registrar at our SCA Society Office at 780-467-4752. Application forms are available on the Society website at www.scasociety.ca. Interviews for new families will be during the third week of August.
Next year’s timetables for High School Students posted on PowerSchool – around August 20
School office opens – August 25
High School Registration – August 25 – 26 (see details below)
Next year’s timetables for Junior High Students posted on PowerSchool – Sunday, September 2
First day of school – September 2
Start time – 8:45 am
Dismissal – 3:20
First staff meeting – September 3 (2:20 p.m. dismissal)
Pizza lunch for new students – Friday, September 5
Spiritual Emphasis Days
Gr 7, 8 and 9 on September 12 (Gr. 9’s return home late)
Gr 10, 11 and 12 on September 26
Meet the Teacher Night – September 15 (7:00 pm)
School Photos – September 15
Awards Ceremony (for 2013-2014 School Year) – October 6 (7:00 pm)
Senior High Registration Days for 2014-2015
Students will be able to pick up their new timetable and make course changes according to the following schedule:
Grade 10 August 25, 9:00 – 11:00
Grade 11 August 25, 12:30 – 2:30
Grade 12 August 26, 9:00 – 11:00
All families using EIPS’ student transportation services should have received tentative route information in May. Those required to pay applicable fees should have received a separate invoice outlining payment information. We encourage parents to take advantage of the EIPS’ secure online payment option to pay transportation fees.
If you did not receive a letter from Student Transportation in May and would like to inquire about busing for your children for next year, please contact Student Transportation as soon as possible at 780-417-8151. Updated route information and bus passes will be mailed out in August.
Student Transportation Fees
Secure online payment option
Welcome to Our Website!
Welcome to Strathcona Christian Academy Secondary School. We provide an Alternative Secondary School grades 7-12 within the Elk Island Public School System. The mission of our school is to challenge students, through Christ-centered education, to know Jesus Christ and Lord in order to pursue a life of godly character, personal and academic excellence, and service to others.
Christ-centered education: We have chosen to teach the Alberta curriculum from the biblical worldview with the understanding that Jesus Christ is the creator and sustainer of all things. Our desire is to develop in our students the ability to think and live biblically and to apply the Christian worldview to all areas of their lives.
Knowing Jesus Christ: We understand that we are created to know and to love God by entering into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Our goal is to provide our students with opportunities to make this choice.
Godly Character: We aim to provide our students with instruction in godliness so that they may form sound Christian character.
Excellence in academics: We are called to challenge our students to excel in their schoolwork as a means of glorifying God and of preparing for their life's work.
Service to others: We provide programs whereby students may serve in SCA, in churches, in the community, and beyond. This includes an emphasis on students persuing summer missions and ministry.
Strathcona Christian Academy Secondary School strives to meet the needs of individual students by enabling each student to pursue excellence, to experience success, and to realize his/her potential in each course and school activity. Every effort is made to organize the curriculum to enable each student to achieve his/her educational goals and to develop interests, skills and abilities in a variety of curricular and extra-curricular areas.
Besides offering a complete academic program, our school offers Bible instruction, fine arts, second languages and career and technology courses. These courses are available to all students and include special opportunities in art, drama, music, French, computer studies, fashion studies, communication technology, Bible, leadership training and athletics. Each year opportunities for Christian service and missions are part of our programming.
At Strathcona Christian Academy Secondary School we are committed to the fulfillment of all aspects of our mission statement in the lives of each of our students. Our greatest desire is to see our students seek after God in greater depth, desiring the "heart of God".
Thank you for visiting SCA Secondary School's website!
June's Exam Schedule
To view June's Exam Schedule please click here.
Important Information about Measles
Instructions for Booking Graduation Banquet Tickets
- Graduation Banquet tickets go on sale on Monday, May 5 at 5:00 pm
- Click on the link below and follow the instructions. You will require the graduate’s provincial ID number (found at the top of their report card or their PowerSchool home page)
- Grads are allowed one or two tickets at the designated Grad tables (they must pay for each ticket)
- Families are allowed to purchase up to one table of additional tickets (10)
- Both the grad ticket and family tickets must be paid for on the same transaction as you are only allowed to access the program once!
- On Monday, May 12, families can purchase additional tickets if they desire (up until May 18 at 12:00 noon)
- All tickets selected must be paid for in the school office within 3 days of selection or the tickets will be released to be purchased by others
- Please bring a copy of the invoice with your payment when you come to the school office. You can pay with cash, cheque, Visa or Mastercard.
Grade 7 Option Selections
Grade Seven Option Selections
Grade seven students have three courses to choose from for their options. If they choose band, that will be their only option since it occurs on both days of the option cycle for the full year. If they do not choose band they will select two of the following: Art, Drama or Recreational Fitness.
You can see a description of the courses by clicking on the Registration Handbook found under the Programs tab at the top of this website.
In order to select your options, you will click on the link provided below (Note: the link will be live at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23rd). Once the Google form opens, you will enter the name of your child and select the options they would like to take next year.
Link to the Survey: