SCA announces Christian Character winners for second semester for grades 7-12

May 29, 2013 

Summit Christian Academy students who demonstrate honesty, integrity, respect, consistent spiritual attitudes, and quality academic achievement are nominated for the Christian Character Award. They are carefully selected by their teachers throughout the year and are presented with a certificate and a $50 Savings Bond during one of the weekly chapel services.

The award is given to encourage students to pursue their potential toward attaining the highest level of personal and academic development, and gives them an opportunity to be positive role models for classmates while demonstrating Christian character. Elementary students are identified quarterly and secondary students each semester. Only those students who consistently lead in these areas receive this recognition.

The SCA Christian Character award winners for second semester for grades 7-12 are: 11th grade student Jackson Redford, 9th grade student Hailey Trimmer, 8th grade students Abram Bagunu and Lindsey Berry.

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