Archive for May, 2017

DCS Student Participates in ACSI National Spelling Bee

Dayton Christian Middle School eighth grader Joanne Fan participated in the Association of Christian Schools International Spelling Bee earlier this month in Washington, DC. “I am thankful to God that I had fun spelling,” said Fan, “even though I missed the word ‘sanguine.’ However, praise God, I felt honored to represent Dayton Christian and be […]

They’ve Conquered Districts – Now on to Regionals!

Five Dayton Christian High School athletes will be competing in the OHSAA Southwest Regional Track Meet starting tomorrow at Troy High School. Jaymen McDonald will compete in the 200 meter dash. Kayla Hooten will also run the 200 meter dash. The relay team of David Hallock, Luke Miller, Elijah Erisman, and Jaymen McDonald will compete […]

Seniors Honored on Awards Day

Dayton Christian School recognized the achievements of the 86 members of the class of 2017 during Friday’s Senior Awards Ceremony. Each student was recognized and their future college plans were announced. In addition, students were honored with special awards for fine arts, athletics, and academics. Here are some of the highlights: Academics Natalie Carter, a National […]

Colton Dixon, CCM Magazine, and Ms. Lewis’s Fourth Grade Class

For Ms. Natalie Lewis, a DCES fourth grade teacher, her love of Christian music serves as an inspiration not only to organize and decorate her classroom but also to draw her students closer to God. Because she is so involved in the modern Christian music scene and often works at local concerts, she has been […]

Metro Buckeye Champions of Track and Field

The middle school girls track team captured the Metro Buckeye Conference Championship on Saturday at Cedarville University. Both the middle school and high school boys teams took third while the high school girls placed sixth. The teams also produced many MBC champions in individual events. The following athletes were named MBC champions. Middle School Girls […]

Alexis Jansen Honored by Congressman Steve Chabot

Artwork by Alexis Jansen, a DCHS student who was killed in an automobile accident earlier this year, will hang in Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot’s office indefinitely.  The painting, entitled “As Time Goes By,” won second place in the ACSI Regional Art Show and was later entered in the annual Congressional Art Competition. Although art show […]

The 17,000 Hour Decision: Why Christian Education Matters

Any education, whether Christian or public, is an investment in time. The precious hours in our children’s lives are limited, so we must make wise decisions about where that time is spent and with whom it is spent. For me, the decision has always been an easy one: I want my children to be surrounded […]

Elementary Uses Change to Make a Change

The spiritual emphasis of Dayton Christian Elementary school is to teach our students to be the hands and feet of Jesus, to be salt and light. The elementary students worked to do just that last month when they brought in their change to make a change: They raised almost $560 for World Mission to purchase […]

Fine Arts Awards Recognize Student Achievement

Tuesday, May 2, was the annual Fine Arts Awards for Dayton Christian High School. The evening’s highlights included the senior awards and scholarships as well as recognition for superior achievement for all grades ninth through twelfth in all areas of the fine arts.   Each year, the Fine Arts Department recognizes four seniors for their […]

Dayton Christian Celebrates National Day of Prayer

Dayton Christian School celebrated National Day of Prayer today with a 6 1/2 – hour reading of God’s word and prayer for our families, the military, our government leadership, our churches, education, the media, and business. Classes met in the C1 lobby and students individually read from the Psalms and the book of Daniel. They […]

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