Posts written by Melissa Geiss

DCS First Grader Dances in Dayton Ballet’s Nutcracker

We are all familiar with the Christmas tradition of watching a production of The Nutcracker– but one DC first grader will be actually taking part!  Makenzie Berling, age 6, will play the role of a small rat in the first act of the Dayton Ballet’s production of the Tchaikovsky’s beloved story this weekend at the […]

Warrior Soccer Player Earns All-America Honors

Congratulations to Senior Noah Alexander for being selected to the 2018 United Soccer Coaches Fall Boys High School All-America and All-Great Lakes Region Team(s). The All-America team recognized 68 high school boys soccer players from across the country. Noah was one of thirteen All-America players recognized from Ohio. Players selected to this year’s United Soccer […]

Alumnus Named to Washington Examiner’s “30 Under 30” List

Alec Sears, a 2015 DC graduate, was named a member of the Red Alert Politics’ 2018 class of “30 under 30” honorees in the Washington Examiner on Monday. The list highlights conservative millennial leaders who are making an exceptional impact in their communities or on their campuses. The twenty-two-year-old Sears is the Vice President of […]

Junior High Sets Sights on Computer Coding Club

Twelve junior high students took part in DC’s first “Code-A-Thon” the week of November 12. These students met with Mrs. Reynolds, our assistant high school principal, each day after school and completed a series of programming activities that introduced them to computer coding using the Python language. Sophomore Samuel Reynolds served as a student mentor […]

Seventh Grade Cellist Plays for DPO Junior Strings

At this morning’s devotions, our staff and faculty were blessed to hear 7th grader Nathan Reynolds perform a cello solo, “Gavotte” by JB Lully. Afterwards, Dr. Gredy prayed for him as Reynolds heads into his first season as a member of the Dayton Philharmonic Junior Strings. Reynolds, who also plays trombone for the high school […]

Mens Soccer Team Plays In State Final Four

For just the second time in school history, the Dayton Christian boys varsity soccer team has advanced to the State semi-final game.  They will play Grandview Heights on Wednesday night at 7 pm at London High School.  If they win, they will advance to the State final game and add to their already long list […]

Elementary Students Celebrate Spiritual Emphasis Week

October was Spiritual Emphasis Month for our 1st-6th grade students who were challenged by Mr. Wagoner, our 11th grade Bible teacher, to be world changers by bringing in food items, cleaning supplies, and gift cards to help flood victims from the hurricanes that hit the Carolinas and also Florida. The students raised $2,118.68 in gift […]

Post-Season Success for Cross Country and Soccer

Two Dayton Christian athletic teams are enjoying success in the post-season. The Warrior soccer team will face Jackson tonight in the District semi-final game.  And the DC mens cross country team, for the first time in nearly two decades, will move forward as a team to take part in the OHSAA Regional meet in Troy […]

Warrior Center Dedication and Groundbreaking

Members of the Dayton Christian School Facilities Team, members of the DCS Board of Trustees, the Wenco Construction team, and others who have been integral to the construction of the project thus far gathered near the Warrior Center site to dedicate the building to the Lord. Dr. Jonn Gredy, Head of School, welcomed the crowd, […]

DC’s New Athletic Website is a Win-Win!

Just last week, the Dayton Christian School Athletic Department officially unveiled its new athletic website:, which is now DC’s one-stop shop for all things athletics. “A separate athletic website makes it possible for our DC family to get all their athletic  information in one place,” said Athletic Director Ben Shroyer.  “The website details what […]

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