- Thank you for your interest in learning about potential enrollment of your son or daughter at Southside Christian School.
- Please note, we are a “Discipleship” or “Covenant” school and as such we partner with parents of like faith.
- If you are a family of Christian faith and if you agree with the “SCS Statement of Faith” then we encourage you to learn about the potential of enrollment of your children.
Southside Christian School strives to keep tuition affordable for the families of Johnston County and surrounding communities. We accept Opportunity and Disability Scholarship students and we provide a limited level of tuition assistance to qualified families.
The following rate sheets for new and returning families provide an overview of our 2020-2021 tuition rates and other fees.
Click on the following link for the 2018-19 SCS Profile:
Southside Christian School is a college-preparatory Christian school which exists to support Christian families by providing Christ-centered education in an environment which challenges students to pursue spiritual and academic excellence.
- Southside Christian School, a current member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and AdvancEd.
- SCS was established in 2006 as a ministry of Southside Church for the purpose of giving Christian families an alternative means of educating their children.
- Southside Church and Amelia Church graciously allows the use of its spacious classrooms, buildings and modular units, and playgrounds.
- Students also have access to an elementary library, and a new
upper school computer lab.
- Each student earning a diploma from Southside Christian School will have successfully completed a set of required courses and elective options based on the college preparatory track.
- Students are required to complete requirements of English, Bible, Math, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, Computer, Physical Education and electives.
- Fine Arts, Foreign Language and various electives provide additional opportunities for a well-rounded education.
- There is a variety of levels and options in all disciplines, and our course requirements meet the admissions standards for the University of North Carolina.
- High School students are required to complete twenty service hours each year.
SCS Admissions Forms 2019-20
The following documents are required in addition to the above forms for Middle and High School Students who are playing on a SCS Athletic Teams.
Opportunity Scholarships andChildren with Disability Grant Programs
Opportunity Scholarship & Disability Grant Programs
The Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) expands school choice in North Carolina through scholarship grants for eligible children in kindergarten through 12th grade. This program has historically provided funding of up to $4,200 per year (2017-18, 2019-20 amount) for eligible children who choose to attend a participating nonpublic school. All Opportunity Scholarship applications that meet the income eligibility criteria and are submitted by midnight on March 1, 2018 will be entered into a lottery. Recipients are randomly selected from that pool of applications.
The Children with Disabilities Grant Program (CDG) was created by the North Carolina General Assembly to help parents pay qualified expenses for children with disabilities who attend school in an eligible nonpublic setting.
For more information about the either program, please read the following document: