Extra Curricular

The Class of 2020 in 360 Degrees

In their latest effort to honor our seniors, Dayton Christian High School has released this fun, 360-degree photo of the Class of 2020.  Individual personalities of our beloved seniors are […]

College Signing Day 2020

Dayton Christian School is proud to recognize six senior student athletes who recently signed to play at the next level. Last Wednesday, May 6, the Dayton Christian Athletic Department held […]

DC SWIM: What the 17% Know

If 17% of the high school student body showed up to school driving the same make and model of car, we would all wonder what was going on. If 17% […]

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 […]

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 […]

On Asking God Why

We ask the question many times in our lives. Why? Why did this happen? Why is God allowing this to take place? To be honest, we don’t always know the […]

Alexander Named to All Region Team

Last month junior Noah Alexander was named to the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association All State team. That honor was superceded this week by the announcement that the he was […]

Finding a Life’s Calling

“The fundamental element I want us to pass on to every student is to help them discern their life’s calling.” This quote really struck me in an interview I had […]

Fourth Graders Give Up Party To Serve Others

It is annual tradition in most elementary schools that classes exchange valentines and enjoy a friendship party on February 14, but the fourth grade classes at Dayton Christian School have […]

Wayfinding: Why We Do What We Do

What am I here for? What am I spending my life for? These were questions that a former teacher of mine wrote in a letter from Papua, New Guinea where […]

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