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About Santa Fe Childrens

Our Mission

The mission of Santa Fe Springs Christian School is to partner with parents to equip and nurture children from a Christian world view, producing responsible, God-honoring, socially balanced, and academically strong life-long learners, who impact their world for Christ.

A Brief History

Your child’s future success is built on the foundations you lay in his or her elementary years. Santa Fe Springs Christian School wants to help in this vitally important process.

Santa Fe Springs Christian School was founded in 1967 and provides its students, Kindergarten through 8th grade, with quality Christian education. Over the years we have consistently scored from one to two years above the national norms on standardized testing, and our graduates have excelled in high school and college.

Why Santa Fe Springs Christian School? At SFSCS we approach the educational process, not as the “experts” who know what’s best for your child, but as partners with you.

What you can expect:

You can expect your child to be taught by qualified, competent, Christian teachers in a loving, nurturing, structured environment. Our teachers hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree and ACSI certification. Some teachers hold a California teaching credential. As partners in this venture, you can expect clear, open, honest, timely communication from our teachers and staff and a well-rounded program of academics, sports, and the arts.

Our goal:

It is our goal at Santa Fe Springs Christian School to nurture and equip students from a Christian worldview, helping them to become academically strong, socially balanced, and spiritually mature.

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Student Life

Students at SFSCS enjoy a wide range of activities that enhance their learning experience. These include field trips, academic competition, science club, and student council.

  • Student Council
  • Christmas Concert
  • Spring Drama
  • After-school sports for boys & girls
  • ACSI Speech Meet
  • ACSI Spelling Bee
  • ACSI Math Olympics

Enrichment Offerings

Math Lab (K-8)

Workshops conducted by a math specialist which challenges our students to grasp higher level math concepts in a fun and creative way.

Coding Class (K-8)

Learn2Code teaches our students the basics of computer coding with an emphasis on the current trends: video games! Students form the bridges to write code for their created video game avatars.

Robotics (JH)

Students build a robot in groups and learn how to use their science and engineering skills to program the robot to do basic tasks.

Dance

Chess

Learn the basics of the game of chess and the strategies to become a skilled chess player.

Dance

Basic dance is offered with Webby Dance to enhance balance and motor skills while having fun!

Spanish

Introduction Spanish for the new learner and intermediate for the Spanish speaker is taught with fun games and worksheets to allow our students to learn and comprehend a second language.

Piano

Available as a pull out on Thursdays for beginner through advanced piano players.

Opportunity School

Opportunity Schools Program

For students who learn differently

  • A compassionate response to a real need.
  • Enabling you to keep your child in the school of your choice.
  • Teachers who are highly-trained specialists.
  • Building “bridges of success” between classroom expectations and your child’s unique abilities.
  • A unique approach to learning that takes advantage of your child’s interests and learning styles.
  • Please click here for a short video about the program.

Language Arts Specialist

Workshops with students and teachers giving practical, innovative lessons to apply in the classroom resulting in a broader learning experience in reading, phonics and comprehension.

SFSCS is accredited by the following

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Nondiscriminatory Statement

SFSCS admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and loans.