High School

Prepare for the Next Big Step

Graduating High School is a big step in each individual’s journey. High School is a time to explore one’s individual gifts and seek God’s plan for them. It’s a time to prepare for what’s next: college/university, community college, trade school, military service, missions, etc. See where SCS graduates have gone in the past.

Shoreline Christian High School is committed to providing the depth and breadth and quality of Christian education that challenges students to discover what’s next for them. Through a rigorous, college-prep-oriented curriculum that is enriched with AP courses and opportunities in athletics, arts, leadership and service, our students finish high school well-prepared to take on their next challenge.

​Recognition of Academic Achievement

We're not the only ones who recognize our students' drive for excellence. Through various academic clubs and awards, our students are rewarded not only within the SCS community, but also throughout the broader community and the nation.

  • In 2004 the Shoreline Christian School Board created the Dennis Roosendaal scholarship to one graduating senior. This senior must have demonstrated the importance of service to God and others and intend to major in math or science in college.
  • National Honor Society has an active chapter at SCS that leads the school in various kinds of service activities.
  • Our juniors participate each year in the National Merit Scholarship program through the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) each fall. In the last three years, four students have been Finalists and Semi-Finalists; two have been Commended.
  • The Seattle Northeast Rotary Club has awarded several scholarships to SCS students over the years. In the last four years, 17 of the 25 scholarships awarded by the Rotary Club have gone to SCS students. In 2014, the Rotary Club awarded all four of their scholarships to Shoreline Christian seniors!
  • Our graduates earn numerous academic and service-based scholarships. Many students receive high academic scholarships such as the presidential scholarships for the respective colleges or universities.
  • 95% of our graduates continue their education at a college of their choice; 75% choose four-year colleges or universities.