The Southlands Christian Elementary School is globally and nationally recognized for excellence in education among Christian grade Schools and local elementary schools. With a solid foundation of Christian education, changing young lives through relationship with Jesus Christ is our mission! We provide every student with the opportunity to excel in a number of areas, including academically, emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially.
The elementary school instructional program is designed to challenge students and instill within them basic academic skills alongside a wealth of knowledge. We incorporate advanced tracks for math and reading for students that are ready for a challenge in these areas.
- Reading (TK-6th)
- Monthly Novel Reading
- “Book It” Program
- Wonders Reading Curriculum
- Phonics (TK-2nd)
- Handwriting (TK-2nd)
- Writing Penmanship (3rd-5th)
- “Write From The Beginning” Program
- Mathematics ( TK-6th)
- Accelerated Math (4th-6th Grades)
- Advanced Mathematics (3rd-6th)
- Mad Dog Math & Compu Cat ” Focus on Skills”
- Focus on History (TK-6th)
- California History (4th)
- United States History (5th-6th)
- World History(6th)
- Old Testament
- New Testament
- Character Building
- Choir and add STEAM
Terra Nova Test Scores
The Terra Nova tests and assesments are administered to promote student achievement and learning with a full range of research-based standardized achievement tests, reports, and services.
National Elementary Honor Society
What is it?
Southlands has established a chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) to recognize our most outstanding students. In addition to academic, NEHS members possess strong leadership skills, display a good sense of character, and demonstrate service activities to the school and community.
Who can get involved?
Membership is open to 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. To become a member of the NEHS, students must be nominated by their teacher and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 out of 4.0. Potential candidates are selected toward the end of the school year.