Fourth Graders Pack Lunches For Homeless

Today our fourth grade students spent the time that they would have had enjoying a Thanksgiving party by serving others.  Instead of feasting or enjoying treats for themselves, they brought in the necessary supplies and packed 150 lunches for the St Vincent De Paul Gateway Shelter for Men. This is the fifth year in a […]

Dayton Christian Christian Supports Operation Christmas Child

Our students in pre-kindergarten through sixth grade took part in the Operation Christmas Child shoe box drive this week. Many of our students packed a box at home, filling it with candy, toys, hygiene items, and school supplies. Today was the last day to bring in boxes and the final total was 264 boxes. Samaritan’s […]

Florida Church Hit By Hurricane Thanks DC

During September when two separate hurricanes battered the coasts of our nation, Dayton Christian School raised funds for victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma by hosting jeans days.  The school raised over $1300 specifically for First Baptist Church of Naples and First Baptist Academy, which were hit by the storm. Our donation was very much […]

DC Alumnus and Missionary Visits Spanish Classes

DC alumnus Brandon Nutter (’98), missionary to the Dominican Republic, spoke to Mrs. Misere’s Spanish classes today about his work in Santiago. “I felt called to be a missionary one day in chapel while I was a student at Dayton Christian,” said Nutter.  “I don’t remember who the speaker was, but I remember the day.” […]

Homeschool Presence Looms Large on King’s Court

Homecoming season is one of the most exciting times of the school year, and with it comes the honor of being chosen for King’s Court. Freshman Brianna Blake said, “I was really excited to be chosen for King’s Court!” and senior Lily Smith agreed with her. “I felt so honored that my classmates selected me!” […]

JR High Volleyball Team Completes a Perfect Season

The Junior High Warrior Volleyball team wrapped up a perfect season Saturday night with a win in the Metro Buckeye Conference championship. A heartfelt CONGRATULATIONS goes out to all of the players on the Junior High Warrior Volleyball Team for completing a perfect season with an 18-0 record! These girls have practiced hard and given […]

Former Superintendent and Author Donates Book Proceeds to DCS

Dr. David Rough, former Dayton Christian School Superintendent, has announced that all proceeds from his books during the 70-Day Dash Campaign will be given to DC.   Rough, who also raised money for the school through his Hike It Forward campaign when he hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2014, wants to be able to support […]

Growing And Learning: Second Grade Class Studies Hydroponics

As of today, Mrs. Hahn’s second grade class will be conducting an experiment. They will be growing different types of lettuce, kale, rainbow chard, and herbs hydroponically in a plant tower donated to their class by DC grandparents Mike and Karen Ewald. The students were excited to receive their own seeds and basket to place […]

The 70-Day Dash

The 70-Day Dash is the last push to reach our goal of $4.4 million for the Warrior Center by December 31. And we’re almost there, DC! In fact, we are two-thirds of the way there! But a third is a really important amount. You’ll see what we mean after you watch this brief video produced […]

DCHS Students Build New Gaga Pit

The DCHS home maintenance students spent their class time yesterday installing a new Gaga pit on the playground — a project that they planned and built themselves. It was part of an effort by Gary Recker, the home maintenance teacher, to encourage the class to give back by using their newly acquired skills to address […]

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