Every year, Calvary Christian School has a fundraiser in which the students participate. The purpose of the fundraiser is to raise money to improve the school’s playground equipment. The goal we’re trying to achieve is $4,000. The school encourages students to participate in the fundraiser to better improve their school.
Every year the students of Calvary Christian School look forward to the annual GSACS competition. This year, however, Calvary’s very own choir directors and students embarked on a journey to Bob Jones University, where the annual AACS national competition is held. Both directors and 8 students disembarked on Monday, April 9, and they returned on Friday, April 13.
As my senior year at CCS is coming to a close, I have come to realize the numerous ways Calvary has benefited me and my walk with Christ. One of those benefits is constantly being surrounded by faculty and peers who desire to see me grow in my love and knowledge of Jesus Christ. up-a-child
Every April, students at Calvary Christian School come together to put on the Spring Concert and Art Exhibit. The purpose of the concert is to showcase pieces that were entered at the fine arts competition. The concert is also an opportunity for parents to witness what their child has been working on at school within the past three months.
The youth of Calvary Baptist Church have been busy recently with many outreach programs and special services. Thanks to the efforts of Pastor Snow and many other members of the church, the youth group now has several past and future outreach programs.
Valley Christian Academy (VCA) in Santa Maria opens its school for the Golden State Association of Christian Schools (GSACS) each year for a competition. This year, seventeen schools met to compete with approximately 300 to 400 students in all. A plethora categories are available to enter such as art, photography, speech, music, Bible, academics, science fair, debate, etc. Depending upon the category, a school can enter up to two pieces in that genre.
In our previous blogs, we’ve talked about special projects, sports, fundraisers, performances, and other events that have happened at our school this year. One of the recent events this past month was a visit from a potential new student. This was done through a shadow day.
Calvary’s 2018 basketball season is finally coming to an end, an end that might be one of the most exciting in all of Calvary’s basketball history. The season has gone completely even in terms of wins and losses, with Calvary’s team winning four games and losing four games. The team has drastically improved over the two-month basketball season with the players being beat into shape from soggy, spaghetti-noodle boys, into “hardened” and “professional” basketball fanatics. With the basketball season coming to an end, the league has come together to hold a tournament for the players on Saturday, March 10.
Here at Calvary Christian School, we stress learning the Bible. It’s taught in multiple settings during the school week: We have Bible class, chapel, and times during other classes where the Bible is applied. However, there is one more way. Mrs. Mattish runs a Bible study on Thursday afternoon during lunch. It is open to everyone, and if you’re into coffee, that’s available. Mrs. Mattish teaches the student
Every year at Calvary Christian School, our elementary group has a competition available for grades 4 through 6. The art teachers, Mrs. Hinton and Mrs. Winn, encourage the students to participate in the art category. The competition allows four students from every school to enter. One student can enter a maximum of two categories.