SCV Education News
March, 2022 - Issue #208
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Getting to Know the Biblical Counseling Programs at The Master's University
The Master's University believes and teaches that the Word of God is sufficient to meet the needs of individuals and that Scripture alone offers people true hope.
That's why their biblical counseling programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels train men and women to properly handle the all-sufficient resources that God provides, equipping them to bring biblical guidance and hope to sufferers through their local churches.
Biblical counseling begins with what Scripture teaches about human nature and works upward to apply that teaching to the specific problems that individuals face. Genuine biblical counseling looks to the Bible to understand who man is, the nature of his deepest problems, where these problems come from and how to resolve them. They know that God's Word is up to the task.
As Psalm 19:7 says: "The law of Yahweh is perfect, restoring the soul; The testimony of Yahweh is sure, making wise the simple." (LSB)
It's important to note that biblical counseling is centered on Jesus Christ. It focuses on who Jesus is and what He has done in His life, death and resurrection, without which no one has hope of lasting change for good.
The Master's University

Legacy Christian Academy's New Creativity Lab Gives Students an Opportunity to "Grow in their Knowledge of Themselves"
Legacy Christian Academy has displayed an ongoing commitment to developing dedicated and exceptionally-well appointed learning spaces for the campus's Kinder-through-high-school students.
Most recently, the Valencia school completed construction on its Creativity Lab, a space reserved for the practice of the traditional arts.
"This is a space where my students can develop their creativity, technical skill and expression," explains Christine Harris, Legacy's Art instructor. In the Creativity Lab, Legacy learners discover how to generate ideas, consider what is needed, design a multitude of solutions, articulate their thoughts and bring them to evaluation and final refinement.
Through this process, students can, "grow in their knowledge of themselves," says Harris. "It's where they can find out what type of creative they are. Working with different mediums and different forms of art helps students see where their passion lies. It is my joy to see the gifts that God has placed in each of these children and to let them know where they shine."
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SCVi Charter School: The Only International Baccalaureate (IB) Certified School in the SCV
The SCVi community is privileged to be part of a global network of schools that offer learners the International Baccalaureate program.
Being an IB school means committing to its core principles structured around the 10 Learner Profile attributes. IB learners are inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, risk-taking, balanced and reflective individuals. These qualities go beyond intellectual development and academic success and prepare students to live effectively in the world.
The Diploma is made up of six subjects which covers languages, humanities, science, maths and the arts ensuring that learners are given breadth and rigor in their learning.
IB learners are additionally required to participate in community volunteer work and physical activity to reinforce the relationship between mental and physical health.
This means that SCVi learners are global citizens committed to making a difference and challenging themselves. It makes the SCVi learning environment one of intellectual curiosity and possibility and it enables learners to forge connections with global communities including Puerto Rico, Israel and China.
SCVi Charter School
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Zonta of SCV Hosts Newest Z Club at Canyon High School
In celebration of International Day of Education, the
Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley hosted their newest
Z Club's installation: Canyon High School.
The Zonta Club of the Santa Clarita Valley is sponsoring the Canyon High School Z Club and will provide these students with guidance and mentoring in order to offer opportunities to improve the lives of women and girls locally and internationally.
The organization is founded on the belief that young women and men play an important role in achieving gender equality and ending violence against women and girls around the world. Zonta encourages young people to prepare themselves to assume roles of responsibility and leadership.
Student Z clubs are intended to offer opportunities for young people to develop communication and leadership skills, promote career exploration and encourage members to participate in community, school and international service projects.
If you are interested in learning more about the Z Club service project, log on.

Cadence Academy Preschool Prepares Children to Thrive
Sunshine Learning Centers are changing their name to Cadence Academy Preschool.
The schools have evolved with a research-based, hands-on approach to childcare and early education to make sure every child's future is full of unlimited possibilities and the rebranding reflects this growth.
While the schools' names are changing, you can expect the same professional early childhood teachers to continue providing exceptional education and loving care.
Most importantly, you can be assured that they will continue to work tirelessly to live up to their brand promise: "We provide parents with peace of mind by giving children an exceptional education every fun-filled day in a place as nurturing as home."
The new name does not reflect a change in ownership, as Sunshine Learning Centers has been a part of the Cadence Education family for some time and they remain completely committed to preparing children to thrive!
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Thursday | March 3 at 8:30am & Monday | March 7 at 6:30pm
Trinity Classical Academy Information Meeting

Are you considering enrollment at Trinity? Visit an upcoming information meeting to learn more about their classical, christian education for grades TK through 12, including athletics, arts and enrichment as well as special education and independent study options.
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