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So much happens at Santa Fe Christian School. Find out more about what makes SFC different than any other school. Read our latest stories.

Serving on the Streets

On the streets of San Diego, 60 of Santa Fe Christian’s eighth grade students joined New Vision Church and served the homeless, impoverished, and disenfranchised.

Why SFC Kindergarten Matters

What is a good kindergarten experience? It’s an experience that fosters a child’s natural eagerness to learn and stimulates their innate curiosity. It’s an environment that instills a love of learning, plus models the love of Jesus Christ.

United in a Winter Wonderland

This year, students embarked on class retreats and were transported into a winter wonderland. With God’s majestic white blanket as a backdrop, they united with peers and deepened their relationship with Christ.

Students Dance into Community

On the night of the SFC Gala, eight of Santa Fe Christian’s ballerinas took the stage and glorified God in dance, leaving the attendee’s breathless. What began as a desire of two friends who were training at different studios became a reality.

Three Cheers for 20 Years

Santa Fe Christian is celebrating over 20 years of providing a Christ-centered and academically strong preschool for young children.

Girl Robotics Team: Rising Stars

Mission: Robotics, SFC’s inaugural team of 4th grade girls competed against more than 60 teams at the FIRST LEGO League So Cal Championship on December 6 at Legoland.

Birth of Christ Celebrated Across Campus

All across campus the birth of Christ is celebrated this season through service projects, musical programs and special art exhibits outside of the classroom. Enjoy viewing the images of these exciting celebrations.

Spreading Joy Singing

For more than 20 years, Santa Fe Christian Schools Choirs under the direction of Rhonda Fleming, have joined together to sing in local nursing homes.

Fighting Hunger in Africa

The 5th annual ‘Give Thanks, Give Back’ school-wide service event was held on Friday, November 20. More than 500 SFC Pre-K through 12th grade students, parents and community packaged 50,502 meals.