Christian School in Somerset, KY
At Somerset Christian School, we are committed to providing every students with what they need to succeed. Since 2002, our team of educators has worked to build sense of community and trust within our school. We are dedicated to providing our students with a well-rounded, engaging educational experience.
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Our middle school staff is a devoted group of Christian educators with excellent credentials and a wealth of teaching experience. They are teachers who care about each student as an individual and work with the student to insure success.
There are many opportunities for students to become involved and involvement is required. Students must complete 135 hours of community service and a mission activity between 7th grade and Graduation. Clubs include FCA, National Honor Society, UNITE Club, PRIDE Club, P-31 Club, Chess Club, Student Government Association, Kentucky Youth Assembly, Kentucky United Nations Assembly, and Governor’s Cup Competition with our Academic Team. Our athletic program includes offerings in Archery, Baseball, Boys’ or Girls’ Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Fishing, Golf, Boys’ or Girls’ Soccer, and Volleyball.
High school staff members are certified in Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Spanish, and other areas. Each staff member is a professing Christian and takes a personal interest in the students and preparing them for success.
Drama Club & Performances
Advanced Placement Classes
Multiple out-of-class Academic Programs
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At SCS, we strive to find that balance between standardized resources, and personalized success. To do that, every student is enrolled in a “Pre-college Curriculum.” To start, this means they complete 4 credits in each of the following fields: Bible, Math, Science, Social Studies, English.
Students are also required to earn 2 credits in:Spanish and 1 credit each in Physical Education & Health, Arts & Humanities, and at 4 electives.
Advanced Placement courses are graded on a weighted, 5-point scale. AP’s are available in the following fields: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, US History, and World History.
Students can also explore dual-credit classes that allow them to earn credits for colleges. These courses are available both onsite and online and are graded on a weighted grading scale.
Student Futures — 2017
Our graduating class this year is made up of 16 stellar students—all of whom plan to enroll in college.
3 of these students have composite ACT scores of 30 or higher.
One student has already completed 33 hours of dual-credit college courses.
The class average on the 2016 Terra Nova 3 exam was 89%
The soccer team took home its 6th consecutive KCAA State Championship Award.
Student Futures — 2016
20 of our 23 graduates went on to enroll in 4-year higher-learning institutions. Some of their chosen schools are represented below. The remaining three students have been admitted into the US Naval Academy, the Air Force, and the US Navy’s nuclear engineering division.
Villanova University, Bellarmine University, Hillsdale College, the Honors College at Western Kentucky University.
7 students of the 2016 class left SCS with 4.0 GPA’s or higher.
6 students had composite ACT scores of 30 or higher.
75% of our AP students scored a 3 or higher on their exams.