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Why SCS?

The SCS Difference

Here at Salisbury Christian School, we know that choosing the right school for your child is one of the most significant decisions you will ever make because we know that a child's education is foundational to the college student, spouse, employee, and citizen he or she will become.

Therefore, we know you might be wondering what makes SCS different from every other school.  Is it the small class sizes, the 10:1 student:teacher ratio, and the highly personalized learning?  Is it our commitment to serving the whole family and enabling every student to reach his or her full potential, whether through our resource services or our 23 advanced class options?  Is it our plethora of extracurricular activities, from our robotics club to our award-winning bands to our 18 athletic teams?

While all of those pieces are hallmarks of SCS and part of what will enable your child to thrive here, what truly makes SCS different is our dedication to an education rooted in Jesus Christ.  We believe that as we focus all of our energy on offering stimulating academics and extracurricular experiences, we must also focus on teaching our students to love Jesus and grow in their faith.  At Salisbury Christian, superior academics and a commitment to the Lord go hand-in-hand because life in Christ means excellence in all we do.

If this personalized, rigorous, Christ-centered education sounds like the right fit for your child, we encourage you to apply now or to contact our Admissions Office at 410.546.0661 or!


"SCS has been a great environment for our children to learn.  The teachers are kind and want them to succeed. SCS is like a family.  The friendships and connections you develop will last a lifetime and parental involvement is welcomed and encouraged and students are able to participate in many school activities in a safe and positive manner.  Many teachers go out of their way to help students, including giving up their free time to offer extra help and guidance when needed."

- Jen & Pete