SCA Christian Character Award - Junior High - Feb 2021

SCA junior high students receiving the Christian Character Award for the 2020 first semester are 8th grade student Emam Coats, daughter of Andy and Sarah Coats, and 8th grade student Elijah Davis, son of Jeremy and Karen Davis, pictured here with SCA Secondary Principal Joe Hesman.

Summit Christian Academy recently recognized students who consistently exhibit exceptional Christian character through the Christian Character Award program.

The purpose of this award is to encourage students to pursue their potential toward attaining the highest level of personal and academic development, as well as Christian character. The achievement of Christian Character at SCA is one of the most prestigious recognitions within the school.

Winners of the first semester Christian Character Award for Junior High were 8th grade student Emma Coats, daughter of Andy and Sarah Coats, and 8th grade student Elijah Davis, son of Jeremy and Karen Davis.

SCA: Camille Anderson

SCA female high school student receiving the Christian Character Award for the 2020 first semester is senior Camille Anderson, daughter of David and Amy Anderson.

SCA: Tyler Simpson

SCA male high school student receiving the Christian Character Award for the 2020 first semester is senior Tyler Simpson, son of Blake and Carla Simpson.

Winners of the first semester Christian Character Award for Senior High were senior Camille Anderson, daughter of David and Amy Anderson, and senior Tyler Simpson, son of Blake and Carla Simpson.

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