Ambassador League

This one‐year practicum is designed to move young people toward service, community awareness and deepen their knowledge of God’s word. Students who complete this course find themselves well prepared to effectively communicate their values in future academic and professional settings.

Described as a Christian Statesman’s version of the Eagle Scout program, the Ambassador League engages the student in a year-long quest to further develop their Biblical worldview and leadership skills. Students are required to read, research, observe and take action. They earn points toward their goal by accomplishing assignments such as word studies in scripture, writing letters to the editor, attending local government meetings, interviewing and shadowing local leaders from various occupations and volunteering time for non-profit organizations and campaigns. Each project is designed to develop leadership skills while applying the principles learned at SSI. Students will receive regular “Ambassador Alerts” – an email newsletter reporting on each student’s progress. Each student who completes the course and achieves “Agent” or “Special Agent” status will receive an award at the SSI Annual Banquet held each fall.

Sign Up Online or by Mail for the Ambassador League!

Students are required to complete five “Missions” as outlined below:

Mission: Tactics


Mission: Reading


Mission: Research


Mission: Observe


Mission: Take Action


*For Current Ambassador League Students: Letter To The Editor Submission Form