Thank You, Mrs. Lindborg!

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After nearly 17 years at Stillwater, including six years as Elementary Principal, Mrs. Tracie Lindborg concluded her service in January. Above are some of the words our staff used to describe her legacy and impact. Mrs. Lindborg’s tenure at Stillwater includes serving as librarian for nine years and as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for seven years. As Principal, … Read More

2021 Winter Seminars

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“But ask the beasts, and they will teach you; the birds of the heavens, and they will tell you; or the bushes of the earth, and they will teach you; and the fish of the sea will declare to you. Who among all these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this? In his hand is … Read More

Integrated STEM Classes

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This year at SCS, Integrated STEM classes in 5th-8th grades are an exciting mix of STEM topics, including an introduction to engineering, computer science concepts, design thinking practices, robotics, electronics/circuits, and energy education. As these classes build, we will also be introducing studies about flight & space, modern architecture, and biotechnology. With 5th-8th grade SCS technology classes previously titled Computers, … Read More

2020 Live Concerts for Christmas!

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We have been blessed at SCS this year. We are grateful to be in school with one another. We are grateful to be allowed to sing and play our instruments every day! And we are tremendously thankful to have been able to present live concerts for Christmas! On Monday, December 7, Mrs. Riley led our elementary students in a series … Read More

Athletics at SCS – Winter 2021

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As many of you know, a large part of the community at Stillwater revolves around athletics. Seventy-five percent of the high school student body participates in our athletic program. Athletics are often taken for granted, but during the challenges of Covid-19, Stillwater athletes have come to realize just how fortunate they are to have any sports at all this year. … Read More

Growing in Grace – “Our Only Comfort”

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Question: What is your only comfort in life and in death?  Answer: That I am not my own, but belong—body and soul, in life and in death— to my faithful Savior, Jesus Christ. He has fully paid for all my sins with his precious blood, and has set me free from the tyranny of the devil. He also watches over … Read More

Music Department Creative Reopening

Micah HunterNews

Music has been a key component of the Christian schooling experience at SCS for many years. We have a strong tradition of operating “above our pay grade” in terms of program offerings and artistic quality in relation to the size of our school. While Mr. Phillips, Mrs. Riley, and I are thrilled to be back in school and teaching our … Read More

God’s Goodness in Enrollment

Renee WynneNews

A devotional was shared with me this morning about the phrase God is good. We hear it so often that we sadly become immune to its meaning. I was reminded, though, that goodness is something meant to be experienced and then believed, not the other way around. God demonstrates his goodness in countless ways, and I found myself, throughout some … Read More

Celebrating God’s Abundant Provision

Jeremy MarshHead of School, News

In the fall of 2019, Stillwater re-launched Building for Growth with the announcement of a challenge match of $300K. In the seven months that followed, $100K more in matching funds became available and new and existing donors stepped up to meet and exceed the challenge, with gifts totaling nearly $1.4 Million for the 2019-20 school year.  God blessed us beyond … Read More

Intermediate School

Mike AnnisNews

In Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary of the English Language, Webster defines Intermediate as “Lying or being in the middle between two extremes.” While elementary and high school may not be considered “extremes”, they are the bookends of a traditional school. Right in the middle are unique years of growth and development for students. Recognizing an opportunity to create a program … Read More