School Profile

  • Grades K3-12th 

  • Enrollment: 408 students

  • Most diverse student body in southwest GA

  • College preparatory program

  • 100% Graduation Rate

  • Class of 2019 (36): 1259 SAT/27 ACT avg. of top 25%, 1125 SAT/25 ACT median of middle 50%, 56% honor graduates, 526 college credits through dual enrollment, over $1 million in scholarships

  • Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS) and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) 

  • College Acceptances include: UGA, Georgia Tech, Mercer, Georgia Southern, Georgia Southwestern, Georgia College & State University, Columbus State, University of North Georgia, Valdosta State, Albany State, Columbia (NY), Auburn, Alabama, Clemson, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Liberty, Samford, Lee, Truett-McConnell, Mobile, Bryan, Covenant, Emmanual, Columbia International University

  • 40% of our high school students are in the National Honor Society

  • 30% of our 4th through 7th graders are accepted to the Duke TIP program (95th percentile in total math, reading, and/or language on standardized testing)

  • Dual Credit: HOPE-qualified juniors and seniors take advantage of dual credit courses at SCA through Truett-McConnell University and Albany State West

  • 18:1 Student to teacher ratio

  • 15+ years average teacher experience

  • Community Service: both individual & corporate community service; Class of 2019 performed over 8800 hours of community service in and around Albany

  • Members of the Georgia Assn. of Private & Parochial Schools (GAPPS)

  • Fine Arts Programs include One Act, Drama, Vocal Music, Musical Theater, Visual Arts

  • Academic Competitions include Math Counts, Quiz Bowl, Chess, History Bowl, Geography Bee, Robotics, Spelling Bee

  • Sports include football, volleyball, cross country, cheerleading, basketball, baseball, tennis, track, & soccer

  • State Champions in football (2014), girls' soccer (2014, 2015, 2016), boys' soccer (2019), boys' cross country (2016), girls' cross country (2019)

Sherwood Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin in its administration of educational, admission, athletic, or financial policies or in any school programs. As a Bible-based educational institution, SCA does support the principles of Scripture that communicate how we ought to live.