So much happens at Santa Fe Christian. Find out more about what makes SFC different than any other school by reading our latest stories.
Two sixth-grade students have a passion for sign language. Currently not offered as a foreign language class, the girls used their interest in sign language to start a popular club.
Rugby is considered the fastest growing sport in America. Blessed with world-class coaching, the undefeated Eagles rugby team is making a name for itself in the league.
Nearly 20 years ago, music teacher David Hall had a vision to honor all veterans and the sacrifices made. This idea is now a SFC tradition.
Winning against strong D1 schools, the Eagles claim the title of San Diego Section Open Division Champions. Now the girls volleyball team is on the journey to win state!
Age-appropriate projects get kids interested in every subject. Lower School students find fun in learning.
Winning 4th place in The American Protege Competition, Daniel John won the honor of performing at Carnegie Hall.
Nearly half the student body of Santa Fe Christian’s Upper School currently participates in a program used by key colleges to develop strong leaders.
Working alongside professional chalk artists, AP Art seniors create a Tuscany hillside at the Gesso Italinao during the FESTA!