Student of the Month [SEPTEMBER]

The following high school students are recognized for being exceptional students for the month of September:


Philip Cronk, P.E.
Nataly Escobar, Choir
August Li, ELL
Lee Lin, ELL

Alexa Lopez, English
Alga Peng, Social Science
Connor Taylor, Science
Kaiying Xue, Math




By |September 25th, 2017|High School, News|0 Comments

UC Santa Barbara Visits SCS

Our high school counselors do everything they can to expose our students to numerous opportunities. From 1 on 1 college counseling to college fairs, they are given an edge when it comes to applying for college. Today, a representative from UC Santa Barbara visited our campus and shared some tips with our high schoolers on […]

By |September 20th, 2017|High School, News|0 Comments

Jog-A-Thon Weekly Drawing & Prizes

 It’s that time of the year again! Our annual Jog-A-Thon fundraiser starts this week.

This year, ALL PROCEEDS will go
towards the following:
Preschool: New iPads
Elementary: Enhancing the 1 to 1 iPad program through curriculum, IT support, and completing iPad class sets
7th Grade: Elective technology in Computer, Video Production, and Robotics.
8th Grade: Washington D.C. Trip

Here is a look at the […]

By |September 20th, 2017|Elementary School, Middle School, News|0 Comments

Camp Bound!

Our high schoolers are on their way to Spiritual Explosion! They are headed to Calvary Chapel Christian Camp in Green Valley Lake where there will be team building activities, worship, and messages by our special speaker, Sam Welbaum, a professor at Cal Baptist University and radio host on

By |September 12th, 2017|High School, News|0 Comments

ARTstanding News!

Recent graduate, Yuxin Zhang’s “Ancestor” (class of 2017) was selected as one of the Top Ten Winners for Blick Art’s Celebrating Art K-12 competition. Her award winning work will be featured on the cover of the seasonal catalog. Another artwork, “Goodbye”, that won First Place in Digital Arts at the United States Congressional Art Competition (District #39) […]

By |August 23rd, 2017|Arts, High School, News|0 Comments

Solar Eclipse Day

Monday’s eclipse drew our students out to the blacktop for an outdoor lesson.  Teachers prepared their students for the solar eclipse by showing them alternative ways to view it safely.  Where were you during the eclipse and how did you view it?




For more photos, please visit our facebook page:

By |August 22nd, 2017|Elementary School, High School, Middle School, News|0 Comments

The Awesome Days of Summer

The sweltering heat did not stop us from having a great time!  From museums to amusement parks, we definitely had another eventful summer! If you would like to join us next year, information for Summer 2018 will be available in the spring.

California Adventure

Medieval Times

Talent Show

Arts & Crafts


By |August 7th, 2017|Elementary School, Middle School, News|0 Comments

An Art Affair

Southlands Christian Schools is proud to present its 2017 An Art Affair – Art Exhibition at the PVAA Art Place in Montclair, CA. Nestled within a residential community in Rowland Heights, SCS is a Pre-K to 12th Grade Christian School with a mission to prepare students for their God-given destinies. An Art Affair celebrates students’ […]

By |March 23rd, 2017|News|0 Comments

Southlands Students Take Home Honors in 2016 Congressional Art Competition

Last week, our students’ excellent work was featured in the United States Congressional Art Exhibit, District #39, hosted by Representative Ed Royce’s Facebook page. The contest was determined by Facebook “likes,” and a few of our students placed high in the competition! Congratulations to them.


First Place in Digital Arts – Yuxin Zhang


Honorable Mentions in Digital Arts – […]

By |April 28th, 2016|High School, News|0 Comments

Southlands 8th Grade/11th Grade DC Trip: Blog 2

Mr. David Gantt is our guest blogger of the week, as he checks in from Washington DC during the 8th/11th Grader’s trip. Below is a recounting of the end of the trip!


On our last day in the nation’s capital, our students toured the 3 branches of government and learned about the importance of our checks
and balances […]

By |April 25th, 2016|High School, Middle School, News|0 Comments