We consider integrity one of the key components of a Christian worldview. High school teachers model integrity in all areas of their lives and expect students to follow suit. Teachers build individual relationships on this foundation. Answering the call to meet diverse student needs, our faculty develops individualized instruction.

High School Curriculum

Challenging students to grow in excellence, work ethic, and discipline leads to world-class scholars. We want inquisitive students; students who ask serious questions and then actively search out excellent answers. We do not limit educating our students to challenging research, but we also instruct them in communicating effectively. In a variety of venues, we provide students with intensive training in the correct handling of the written word and persuasive speaking. As part of Christian communications, we emphasize apologetics, the explication and defense of the faith, as a necessary component of all Christian leadership. We envision our students as well-equipped, critically thinking leaders of tomorrow. To that end, we engage with them daily on matters of substance, seeking to instill a Biblical faith as well as Christ-like patterns of behavior. With Jesus as our model, we seek out opportunities to involve our students in acts of compassion that meet the real needs of the lost and hurting around us. We understand that our students need strong mentoring relationships that help ground them in an often tumultuous world. The SCS faculty and staff seek out ways to come alongside our students, meeting their individual spiritual and educational needs through a personal relationship. At SCS we view our student body through the lens of family, not just students occupying desks for eight hours a day. We consider educating these young people a ministry, always remembering that God gives us these precious moments to guide and educate these future leaders of our church, city, state, nation, and world. We thank Him and you for providing this great responsibility and opportunity.

High School Program Highlights Include:

  • Retreat: Early in the year, high school students spend three days away building relationships with one another, worshiping together, listening to powerful messages and having a lot of fun!
  • Competitive sports with numerous TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools) accolades
  • Mission projects
  • Competitive TAPPS 2A award-winning band
  • Regional and state science fair
  • Council for Spiritual Leadership (CSL)
  • National Honor Society
  • Senior retreat

Math Curriculum

Bob Jones University Press, Glencoe, TEKS based activities, dual credit choice.

Science Curriculum

Apologia, Pearson, CK12 FlexBook Textbooks, TEKS based activities.


Bob Jones University Press, Holt, classic novels, TEKS based activities, dual credit choice.

History Curriculum

Bob Jones University Press, dual credit choice.

Bible Curriculum

Summit, Christian Schools International, teacher created curriculum.

Additional Highlights

Council for Spiritual Leadership (CSL): The purpose of CSL is to pray for spiritual renewal, salvations and unity among the SCS student body. This group assists in leading small groups during and after our first quarter retreat. They are seen and lead by example. CSL is a group of SCS high school students who desire to see a cultural shift take place in the lives of our student body both individually and as a unit. We know that God gives us these precious students to guide and educate. They are the future leaders of our church, city, state, nation and world. We are thankful for this great responsibility and opportunity.

Southcrest Christian School Is…

Engaging Culture: Interpreting relevant topics through a Biblical perspective. | For God’s Greater Glory: Motivating students to reach their full potential all for the glory of God. | Building Maturity: Young men and women grow to influence their communities for Christ. | With Excellence in Education: Education designed around high expectations to build successful, critical thinkers.

89% of Our Graduates Attend the Following Universities.

*Compared with 66% National Average.