our teachers and staff commit to:

  • Provide a safe and nurturing environment for all students to reach their fullest potential.
  • Acknowledge that each student is a unique individual created by God.
  • Create clear goals and learning objectives for all students.
  • Maintain an effective, positive, and safe learning environment while making learning accessible.
  • Inform parents/guardians of any concerns we may have regarding a student’s learning or behavior.
  • Offer a biblical foundation for teaching in effort to share God’s love and His desire for a personal relationship with each and every student and family.
  • Protect the privacy and honor of students and their families.
  • Enforce school and classroom rules fairly and consistently.
  • Introduce problem solving strategies to help students understand appropriate versus inappropriate behavior





Parents of a San Clemente Christian School student commit to:

  • Support the purpose and philosophy at SCCS.
  • Make it a priority that your student arrives to school on time, prepared, and ready to learn.
  • Maintain consistent communication with teachers and staff regarding absences and/or problems that may affect your student’s ability to succeed.
  • Encourage your student to complete assigned work, follow school policies and to take pride in everything they do.
  • Attend meetings and events to stay active in the SCCS community and to show your student how important his or her education is to you.
  • Support the school’s Encouraging Behavior Support Plan.
  • Follow proper procedures to voice concerns or resolve miscommunications.
  • Keep all tuition payments up to date.
  • Demonstrate to your student, on a daily basis, that you believe they can accomplish great things.





Students of San Clemente Christian School commit to:

  • Take pride in all you do and always try to do your best work.
  • Be kind and helpful to your classmates.
  • Show respect for yourself, your school, and other people.
  • Obey classroom, school, and playground rules.
  • Show respect for school property and personal property.
  • Come to school prepared with your homework and supplies.
  • Believe that you can and will learn.
  • Talk with your parents each day about your school activities.