Siouxland Community Christian School

6100 Morningside Ave
Sioux City, IA, 51106
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To Assist Parents in Raising Godly Children by Providing Academic
Excellence in a Christ-honoring Environment
 

Steve Peters

Mr. Steven Peters
Superintendent

Welcome!

Next to becoming a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ, choosing which school our children attend is one of the most important decisions we will ever make.   As a matter of fact, school choice directly impacts and strongly influences whether students grow closer to or fall further away from the Lord.  In Scripture we read, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it” (Proverbs 22:6).  With this in mind, Siouxland Community Christian School (non-denominational, parent led board, comprehensive Pre-K-12) provides a distinctively Christian education through the lens of a solidly biblical worldview, setting the stage for success academically, athletically, musically, artistically, and spiritually.  We offer small class sizes, which result in greater participation and learning opportunities, as well as allowing the Eagle family (representing 36 different churches) to be nurtured, close knit, and encouraged to express active faith both on and off campus.  We pray you find the information on this web-site helpful and encourage you to seek God’s will in the next step toward partnering with Siouxland Community Christian School to raise godly children by providing academic excellence in a Christ-honoring environment.

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Congrats to our Siouxland Christian Girls VB Team!!!

Congrats to our Siouxland Christian Girls VB Team!!!

Congrats to our Siouxland Christian Girls VB Team!!!

On behalf of the Siouxland Community Christian School - We would like to congratulate our Volleyball Team as the girls advanced to the Western Valley Conference Final 4 in Schaller, Iowa tonight after going 3-1 this past Saturday at the WVC Tournament. This marks the first time ever that a SCCS team has made it to the Final 4 and should be noted that we are the only 1A team to make it while joining (3) other 2A teams.

We are very proud of our girls and are even more excited about what is to come for them and the program in coming years.

Siouxland Christian plays tonight in Schaller, Iowa vs Lawton-Bronson @ 6pm

If they win, they will play in the finals at 8pm vs the winner between MVAO and Ridge View

If they lose, they will play in the Consolation game at 7pm vs the loser between MVAO and Ridge View

If you can, please be sure to go cheer on our girls to victory and help us bring home the WVC Tournament Championship!!! 
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Former Eagle Mahon Takes Top Cornhusker Honors!

Former Eagle Mahon Takes Top Cornhusker Honors!

Former Eagle Mahon Takes Top Cornhusker Honors!

SCCS 2010 GRADUATE JOHN-EMMETT MAHON NAMED UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA CHANCELLOR’S SCHOLAR & EARNS SEVERAL ADDITIONAL TOP HONORS

On Sunday, April 13, 2014, the University of Nebraska – Lincoln honored SCCS 2010 graduate, John-Emmett Mahon, with several top academic and service related awards at its annual All-University Honors Convocation held at the Lied Center for Performing Arts in Lincoln, including as one of only 32 Chancellor’s Scholars slated to graduate May 10th, among approximately 5000 graduates. This is the highest academic award given to any UNL undergraduate, requiring graduating senior status and a 4.0 GPA (on a max 4.0 scale) in all college coursework. John-Emmett was selected to give the Honors Convocation address as well, where hundreds of faculty and students of all grade levels and various UNL colleges of UNL are awarded annually for superior academic achievements. As he puts it –”Only by the hand and grace of God could I ever have achieved at this level. All honor and glory is His.”  Throughout the past four years, he has been actively involved in Christian organizations on campus and led a weekly bible study. He has been blessed to walk beside and witness many students as they committed their lives to Jesus, including several international students – a group he has had a special heart for throughout his time at UNL.

That same day, at a separate ceremony entitled “The College of Arts & Sciences Celebration of Excellence,” Mahon was honored as a Dean’s Scholar Society member, a UNL Student Ambassador, and an upcoming Graduate of Highest Distinction. Only thirteen Dean’s Scholar Society members were chosen by the Academic Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences this year, based on scholarship, leadership and service to others. As a Student Ambassador, he is a member of a select group of student volunteers who promote UNL programming among prospective students, parents, alumni, and the general public. Slated to soon graduate “With Highest Distinction” he was required to have a GPA of 3.920 or above, complete special honors courses in addition to regular coursework requirements, and submit and defend a highly rated honors thesis before a panel of University professors and other representatives in his area of study. Mahon’s thesis, entitled Assessing the Accuracy and Precision of DNA Composition Determination Based on Digestion to Deoxynucleotide Monophosphates and Mass Spectrometry Analysis was based on his own research efforts over a three year period, and was subsequently selected to present his work while representing the College of Arts & Sciences this summer in Baltimore, MD, at the 62nd Annual International Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics.  

Among many other accomplishments, Mahon was voted a member this year’s Homecoming Royal Court, was named among the Top Three UNL Campus Leaders of 2013-2014, and in his not-so-spare time he has served as a mentor to a Lincoln area middle school child.  Additionally, last week he was inducted as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious organization devoted to recognizing superior scholarship, which began in 1776 at the College of William and Mary in Colonial Virginia. Only UNL and Creighton have Nebraska chapters. Nationally, only about 1 out of every 100 college seniors are invited to join – several U.S. presidents, nine Supreme Court Justices and distinguished schola

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