Thank you for your interest in San Jacinto Christian Academy High School!
Students in their high school years are in the preparatory season for life beyond school walls. Whether they are to go on to college, a trade school, or directly into a workforce position, SJCA’s goal is to equip them to be strong, Godly leaders and workers.
Throughout high school, a Biblical worldview is being taught, instilled, and encouraged through daily Bible classes, weekly chapel services, mission projects, and all other academic subjects. Having a Biblical worldview is imperative to having the future generation lead their families, communities, nation, and the world after God’s heart! Academic excellence is the key to securing positions that make those changes possible.
SJCA’s partnering with parents during high school years can assist students in maintaining a Biblical worldview focus and discovering what life purpose God has for each individual. Please contact SJCA or visit the campus to learn how your student can benefit from being a member of the SJCA family!
Mrs. Amy Sternenberg - High School Principal
The SJCA High School program is designed for students in grades 9th-12th. All high school students meet in a building on the main campus.
Maximum student to teacher ratio
9th through 12th-grade classes 27:1
Arrival: The High School day begins at 7:40 a.m. Students are tardy at 7:50 a.m.
Early arrival: Students may arrive as early as 7:30 a.m. if necessary.
Dismissal: High School students dismiss at 3:40 p.m.
San Jacinto Christian Academy is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Accreditation through ACSI is recognized nationally and internationally. The Texas Private School Accreditation Commission (TEPSAC) recognizes the accreditation status of ACSI schools. Since 1986, the Texas Education Association (TEA) has recognized the accreditation of TEPSAC schools and thus ACSI accredited schools are recognized as well. The cooperation of these educational commissions and associations ensures the ongoing success of private and public educational institutions. This accreditation ensures that colleges will accept SJCA high school credits on par with public and private schools.
In the classrooms, a variety of publishers are utilized for our high school students including Bob Jones and others. The administration and faculty strive to provide the best academic curriculum to the students of SJCA. All high school students participate in a daily Bible class. SJCA offers a variety of honor and dual credit courses.
9 – 10 grades take the MAP Test 3 a year
10 - 11 grades take the PSAT Test annually
11 – 12 grades take the ACT and SAT Tests annually
We offer the following classes through Amarillo College:
US History I and II
Composition I and II