At South Bend Community School Corporation, we service the whole child. We have programs to help busy working families with our Kaleidoscope Club and Bright Beginnings. We want children to feel safe in their educational environment, so we offer anti-bullying resources and a way to anonymously report issues with Quick Tip. Our special education services start at preschool age and go up to age 22, to help those with disabilities thrive into productive adulthood. Services we can offer our families are unrivaled in this area. No other district can provide the services found at SBCSC.
In addition, each school offers athletics, clubs, and fine arts programs to help students mature in every way - mentally, physically, emotionally and socially.
In athletics students can choose between 10 different sports in the intermediate level with 19 offered at the high school level. High school sports are sanctioned by the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) and compete in the Northern Indiana Conference (NIC).
For fine arts, opportunities abound to develop talent and showcase artistic, musical and theatrical ability. Community organizations call upon SBCSC's superb jazz bands, swing choirs, string ensembles and other musical groups to entertain at special events.
Drama students showcase their talents at many plays and musicals, and art students earn accolades in regional and national competitions. Students also may choose from an array of curricular and non-curricular activities and clubs, including newspaper, yearbook, world language, community service, and spirit clubs. Special interest groups range from chess and computers, to ecology and education.