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TA for me? Yes, you!

Every year when I collect the results of the Parent Satisfaction Survey, there are always numerous comments about making Dayton Christian tuition affordable for middle class families. Unfortunately, I think some families assume they would not be eligible for assistance when they actually might be. At the very least, it doesn’t hurt to investigate the […]

Makerspace: STEAM Fun At DC

When Dayton Christian elementary and middle school students mention words like Keva planks, Ozobots, and Lego Robotics, you might assume they are talking about recess.  You’d be wrong. Although these items sound like toys to us, DC students have been using these tools to deepen their understanding of the world around them in DC’s Makerspace […]

Mission Awareness Class Makes Beds For Needy

Seven junior high students in the Mission Awareness class spent their J-term in the shop building wooden beds for needy children in the Dayton area.  Thanks to the hardworking members of the Mission Awareness team, these children do not have to sleep on the floor any longer. The Mission Awareness class, led by Dayton Christian […]

J-Term 2020: Another Big Success

A sewing class? A trip to Boston? Serving the needy in the Miami Valley and beyond? All of these experiences are available to Dayton Christian School junior and high school students in the annual two-week period at DC known as J-term.  The students on the Dominican Republic team worked hard to help the Fountain of […]

Students Create Nativity Scenes for DC

A stable and a manger. These simple symbols reference the humble birth of Jesus and are at the heart of nativity scenes seen around the world at this time of year. Just recently, two nativity scenes appeared on the Dayton Christian School campus. You may have noticed them as you drove into school, but did […]

Senior Earns Fourth Degree Black Belt

If you saw her walking the halls of Dayton Christian High School, you probably wouldn’t guess Lexie England’s major skill set. A senior this year, England is by all accounts a good student and a good kid. However, when you see England step onto a martial arts mat as a newly minted fourth degree tae […]

Elementary Receives Award from Heifer International

Today in chapel, Eric Smith of Heifer International presented our elementary students with the “Make A Difference Award” for their contributions to the organization. The students recently took part in a fundraising effort for Heifer International after hearing author Peggy Reiff Miller discuss and read her book The Seagoing Cowboy. The story highlights the experiences […]

Williams Scores a 36 on the ACT

Dayton Christian senior Jonathan Williams has scored a 36 on the ACT, a standardized test used for college admissions. A composite score of 36 is the highest possible on the test and represents an achievement that less than one tenth of one percent of test-takers attain. The average score nationwide is 21. Williams, who plans […]

Mohn’s Eagle Scout Project Benefits DC

Senior Jacob Mohn has completed his Eagle Scout project – a gift to Dayton Christian School and the 2018 boys soccer team in particular. Thanks to Mohn, two new signs at Ron Pinsenschaum Stadium welcome visitors and recognize the efforts of last year’s soccer team who played in the 2018 Ohio High School Athletic Association’s […]

AUTHOR VISITS & A DC CONNECTION

Author Peggy Reiff Miller spoke in chapel today about her children’s book The Seagoing Cowboy and explained how the story depicts the role of the Heifer Project in post-war Europe. The Seagoing Cowboy tells the story of two young men who care for livestock bound for Poland after World War II. They are among the […]

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