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Last updateWed, 17 Sep 2014 12pm

Located On Lake Norman

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student life slca

Chapel

JK-2 Chapel and 3rd-5th Grade Chapel

The lower school meets once a week corporately for chapel. Chapel programs are led by the SouthLake teachers, geared toward the developmental age level of the students and focus on broad Christian themed topics such as Christians who have impacted the world, Christian missionaries and their personal stories, lessons from a particular book of the Bible or lessons connected to seasonal events such as Christmas/Advent, Thanksgiving, Easter, etc.

Middle School Chapel (Grades 6-8)

Middle School Chapel also meets once a week corporately. Unlike the lower school chapel, students begin to take a role in the chapel service through chapel band and the public reading of Scripture.  The content of chapel messages includes books of the Bible, biblical themes, topical themes and observance of Christian and National Holidays (Veterans Day, Memorial Day).  At years end, some of the graduating seniors conclude their time at SouthLake by addressing our Middle School students in chapel.

Upper School Chapel (Grades 9-12)

Upper school students play a very active role in planning and contributing to our weekly chapels. The Director of Spiritual Life presides over most chapels and integrates SouthLake staff and guest speakers. As in Middle School the content of chapel messages includes books of the Bible, Biblical themes, topical themes and observance of Christian and National Holidays.

"...We are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ." II Corinthians 10:5

"The Mission of SouthLake Christian Academy is twofold. The first is to assist the Christian family by providing an education marked by a biblical worldview, academic excellence and affordability so that students are equipped to be salt and light for God's glory. The second is evangelical in scope, to present God's Word and biblical worldview daily to non-believers with the promise of God's redemptive plan, to be a force and voice for Jesus Christ that will resonate throughout non-believing families."