On April 28, 2018, Solano Christian Academy will be hosting our First Annual SCA Gala in our campus auditorium at 6:00 pm. The purpose is to both celebrate our 40 years of success in bringing high-quality, affordable Christian education to Fairfield and the surrounding communities as well as preparing for the future.
The Gala will feature a catered dinner, silent and live auction, a keynote address by Dr. Ammar Saheli and the induction of SCA legends Pat Bezzerides, Estella Gipson and Renee Reed into the Solano Christian Academy Hall of Fame.
Tickets to our event are $150 and are an investment into the lives of the children currently attending SCA as well as the thousands they will interact with in a positive way in the future.
Tickets can be purchased atthe SCA office or online here http://bit.ly/SCAGALA.
Ready, Set, Jog!
SCA students will hit the ground running on Friday, April 28th for their annual Jog-A-Thon fundraiser. All grades will participate, from preschool through eighth, excitedly running laps and high-fiving teachers and parents as they pass.
All proceeds from the Jog-a-Thon will help ensure essential programs at SCA continue and needs of the school are met. Thank you for your support.
Our annual Black History Month Program offers a platform to inform and celebrate a culture that has been largely written out of History books. It provides a way to combat the negative images pushed by the news and media outlets with positive truths. Celebrating Black History increases one’s cultural worldview and moves one toward an attitude of acceptance, resulting in an increased ability to appreciate, communicate with, and relate to people across cultures. Please join us!
Join us for this opportunity to get involved with the school. This evening is designed to help you navigate the school year. Get empowered with the knowledge of what your kids will be learning. You can expect to meet with teachers and administrators who can help explain upcoming curriculum and school policies. Back-to-school night helps foster trust, cooperation, and open communication between teachers and parents. We look forward to seeing you.
Join us for an unforgettable night as students share and demonstrating what they have learned in the After School Enrichment program. Refreshments will be served and a student made quilt will be raffled . The quilt fabric represent so activities experienced in the program this year. We look forward to seeing you there.
Join us for our annual Black History Program honoring the sacrifices and celebrating the accomplishments and contributions of people of African descent in America.
Celebrating Black History Month provides an opportunity for all of us to increase cultural competency—the ability to interact effectively with people from different cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. Cultural competency is increasingly important as we live in a society where technological advances produce an ever shrinking global world.