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Southview is a Seventh-day Adventist School
located in Burnsville, MN

We serve kindergarden through 10th grade

 "The mission of the Southview Christian School is to provide a program of educational excellence while introducing our students to the Master Teacher and nurturing a forever friendship with Him."


If you are interested in receiving more information about Southview Christian school click on Contact Us.

We were so proud of our students yesterday. What a fantastic job they did for the Spring Concert! Thank you for making sure each student was there on time and ready to perform.

SNOW CLOTHES are still in the locker room. Please take them home!

SHOW & TELL this week is a pair of silly socks!

ART FAIR IS APRIL 26th STARTING AT 6:00 PM. Come see what your child has created this year under the guidance of Mrs. Ball. A buffet meal will be served to raise funds for the school. 

ACADEMY DAYS for grades 7-10 begins this Thursday after school and ends Sunday morning. Maplewood Academy will be picking up the students on Thursday and will provide transportation home for any students not attending the Pathfinder Fair being held at MWA Sunday. 

SPECIAL THANKS TO the following people who were able to come to the school workbee this morning. Because of rain, most of the outside things couldn't be done, but a lot was accomplished inside the school. The attached list shows what still needs to be done before graduation. Feel free at come at any time to help complete the list if you were unable to attend today.

SPECIAL THANKS to Grandma Jan for reading to us and Pastor Lee for Thursday morning worship. Our faithful volunteers, Ms. Bonnie, Ms. Brenda, and Grandma LaVerne, are always at school week after week. What a blessing they are to all of us!

BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION is discontinuing its program this coming August. We need everyone to get in as many boxtops as possible before that time. It is sad that we are losing this program that always brought in a few $100 for our school each year. When donating Labels for Education, be sure to leave on the bar code. Otherwise, they are worthless. Thanks for your help and support.

School appropriate clothing is khaki pants, skirts, shorts, or skorts in beige, brown, black, or navy. Shirts should be solid-colored polo shirts of any color. When it gets cold, hoodies and sweaters may be worn for warmth, but we ask that the hoodie be left down.

Consider supporting your school with Box Tops for Education or Target's Red Card. Both programs have been a big help to SCS with a few families participating. Your participation helps keep Southview Christian School strong!

Be sure to read our full news letter on the parents page. Included is a list of school supplies students should have and a copy of our dress code for the current 2014-2015 school year.