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50 Years of Graduating Warriors For Christ

Fifty years ago, the Dayton Christian School Class of 1972 marched to Pomp and Circumstance at Christian Tabernacle Church on Best Street in Dayton.  Those 23 students and the crowd […]

Books Celebrate Black History Month

For many of us, memories of childhood often include the joy of a story: sharing a book with Mom or Dad, visiting the school or neighborhood library, and learning to […]

We Believe Parents Still Have A Voice

Head of School Message: Dr. John Gredy Over the past 18 months, one of my greatest prayers has been that God would sustain the momentum He started at DC prior […]

DC Students Excel at State Science Day

Eight DCHS students who took part in the Ohio Academy of Science’s State Science Day exceled in the virtual event.  Each of the students earned a rating of Excellent or […]

Alumna Releases Debut Novel

DC alumna Courtney Turcotte Bond (’00) recently released the audio version of her 2020 debut novel “Breathtaking.” The story was inspired by the life a young girl with cystic fibrosis […]

DC Stands For Life – And You Can, Too

Psalm 139 clearly teaches the God knows us even as we are “knitted together” in our mother’s womb. Before we are born, God knows us and loves us.  Since this […]

An Officer and A Role Model

Most of our DC family sees School Resource Officer James Swearingen every day as he directs traffic for morning drop-off time.  As he waves you on and smiles, perhaps you’ve […]

Making Connections in DCHS Advisory

Dayton Christian High School has added a weekly small group time called “advisory” to its weekly routine, a move that is made possible due to the new hybrid block schedule […]

Special Education/John Peterson Updates

From Dr. Sarah Griffiths, Director of Special Education As classes have transitioned to an online learning format, the Special Education Department has been working with the K-12 teachers to insure […]

Coping With The Corona Crisis

Dear DC Parents, We are in strange and unprecedented times that are worrisome and alarming for both children and adults. At DC, we want you to know we are in […]