A Place of Learning
All subjects at Sandhills Classical Christian School are taught as part of an integrated whole, with the Scriptures at the center, serving as the fount of all knowledge. The focus of this effort is to help our students to see God’s sovereignty over all things and to glorify Him as Lord. We are unwaveringly Christian and distinctively classical. Our commitment to excellence is demonstrated each day in the lives of the teachers, administrators, and support staff who devote themselves to the education of our student body.
A Place of Purpose
As we strive to prepare our students for life beyond our doors, we also embrace where we are in each child’s journey. As such, we seek to provide a rich and nourishing environment where all may flourish. The spirit of unity on campus is fostered by parents who are actively involved, caring teachers who love their students and enjoy their work, and a student body that is growing in their understanding of Christ and the world they share together. At Sandhills Classical Christian School, we consider ourselves an extension of the family… a dynamic community of faith!
A Culture of Endeavor
At Sandhills Classical Christian School, we believe that athletics are an ideal complement to academics in the overall educational experience of our students. The playing field, the course, and the court provide excellent places for the development of self-discipline, work ethic, and commitment. We seek to encourage the positive benefits of teamwork and sportsmanship as students test their skills against the opponent and one another. Our athletic program includes the following team sports: basketball, baseball, cross-country, cheerleading, golf, soccer, and volleyball.
A Community of Creativity
Our commitment to the arts springs from our understanding of the important role of the arts in Western history – which is why, at Sandhills Classical Christian School, the arts are integrated into the curriculum. We provide a number of opportunities for our students to be enriched in the areas of drama, art, vocal, and instrumental performance. The importance we place on these formative disciplines is seen by their inclusion in the curriculum from kindergarten through high school.