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Fifth Grade Visits Middle School

Every January our fifth-grade students visit the Middle School to learn about the new opportunities that await them beginning in sixth grade.  What used to be a drive across town, is now just a short walk down the sidewalk to…

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Farewell to the DeRenne Avenue Campus

Lowering of the American and Christian flag is a symbolic way to signify the end of the day.  On Friday, June 30, 2017, the flags at the DeRenne Avenue Campus were lowered and retired by Boy Scout Troop 11.  The…

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SCPS Welcomes a New School Nurse

Welcome, Nurse Julie Murphy! This week, Julie Murphy, a registered nurse, joined our staff to serve our students and teachers.   She will be available to all divisions of our school, while her clinic and office are located in Building…

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Student Spotlight: Turner Stevens

Savannah Christian Preparatory School's Turner Stevens has been selected as the final "Student of the Year" candidate competing in this year's Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's "Man & Woman of the Year" campaign.  Turner is a junior honor student and a member of…

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National Signing Day for Five Student Athletes

Five student athletes signed National Letters of Intent to play football and soccer on the collegiate level.  Congratulations to each of them. Jenn Colter will continue her soccer career with the University of South Carolina, joining the Lady Gamecocks team…

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Upper School Yearbook Wins National Awards

Congratulations to the 2016 Upper School Miracle Yearbook committee for winning several national awards.   The American Scholastic Press Association has awarded the SCPS Miracle a First Place ranking in their annual yearbook competition with perfect scores given for General Page…

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Student Spotlight: Jimmy Kelley

Meet Jimmy Kelley- an artist, writer, legacy SCPS student and overall great kid who has a knack for writing comic books at the age of 10!   Jimmy was featured in Savannah Magazine as one of Savannah's super talented and…

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Benghazi Co-Author and Hero Set to Speak at SCPS

The co-author of the book, 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi, will make a special presentation to the fourth - twelfth grade students on Tuesday, December 13 at 9:20 am in the Eckburg Center.  As a Marine Corps veteran and…

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Student Spotlight: Emilee Wissmach

Congratulations to Emilee Wissmach, libero, who was named All-Area "Player of the Year" for Area 3A!  Joining Emilee on the All-Area First team include Landon Jones, Lainey Aenchbacher, Sarah Allen, and Hannah White while Sam Zittrauer and Adrianna Simon were named…

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Remembering Coach Doyle Kelley

Obituary and Funeral services have been released for Coach Doyle Kelley. Doyle Devon Kelley Doyle Devon Kelley, better known to most as “Coach” Kelley, died on September 30, 2016 due to complications related to his diagnosis of AML. Doyle was…

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