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Coach Jackson is SCFB Teacher of the Week

Coach Jackson has been nominated by senior football player Michael Holmes as the Social Circle Football Teacher of the Week for 3/13.  Coach Jackson does a tremendous job in the classroom and on the court and his efforts are greatly appreciated by our program.  Keep up the great work Coach Jackson!

Football Kickoff & One on One Meetings Delayed Until Further Notice

Due to the postponing of Social Circle Schools for the next two weeks the 2020 Kickoff Meeting (rising 6-12th grades) and previously scheduled one on one player and parent meetings will be postponed until further notice.  We will release a new date for our kickoff meeting and a new sign up calendar for one on

Big Third Inning Propels SCMS to Win Over Putnam County

SCMS defeated Putnam County 13-1 on Wednesday thanks to seven runs in the third inning. SCMS batters contributing to the big inning included Hudson Reed, Mason Hill, Lucas Langley, Luke Cross, and Nolan Mitchell, who all drove in runs. SCMS fired up the offense in the first inning. Reed drew a walk, scoring one run. SCMS tallied seven runs in the third inning. Reed, Hill, Langley, Cross, and Mitchell all moved runners across

SCMS Boys Soccer team defeats Monticello 6-1

The SCMS Boys Soccer team took on Monticello Wednesday night and came out on top by a score of 6-1.  Jed Stapp led the Redskins with the hat trick on the night.  Also scoring for the Redskins was Montana Archer, Preston Guy, and Zavier Wallace with one goal each.  The Redskins will be back in

SCMS Girls Soccer defeats Monticello 6-1

The SCMS Girls Soccer team defeated Monticello 6-1 Wednesday night behind a strong offensive output.  Leading the way for the Lady Redskins was Peyton Brooks who scored a hat trick with 3 goals.  Also scoring for the Lady Redskins was Alana Ferguson with two goals and Jada Forgay with 1 goal.  They will be back

Is LIFE U for you?

Is LIFE the Perfect Fit for You? Choosing a university can be a daunting task that is about more than just getting a degree in order to get a job. Your university experience gives you the knowledge, confidence and experience to help you make your world better. Ultimately, you are searching for a Lasting Purpose with authentic community, and that is why

SCMS Baseball defeats Carver Middle Storm 6-5

The game was tied at four with SCMS batting in the bottom of the sixth when Lucas Langley doubled on a 1-1 count, scoring two runs. SCMS scored three runs in the second inning. The offensive firepower by SCMS was led by Landon Davis, Hudson Reed, and Mason Hill, all driving in runs in the inning. Langley was the winning pitcher for SCMS. He surrendered three