oday’s workers and students face much adversity. Much of that adversity starts in high school with verbal forms of bullying. Calvary has always had a no tolerance policy against any form of mean or inappropriate name calling with the students. God says to be imitators of Him;and if we are not using kind, decent words on each other, then how do we praise God?
It’s time you show your true colors. Choose your side on important topics here at Calvary Christian School ‘cause Spirit Week has finally arrived. Two teams throughout the five-day week will battle against each day against other team for dominance in the school, the Cheetahs and the Grizzlies. Mark your calendars for the week of May 6-10. Support your team and, most importantly, your school.
By Rebecca Zeigler As the 2019 school year comes to a close, the soon-to-be graduates are eagerly awaiting the fruits of their labors - their diploma. The graduates all agree that Calvary Christian School has taught them valuable lessons and encouraged them in their walk with Christ. Calvary has proven to be the perfect haven … Continue reading 2019 Graduation Celebrations
The Family Fun Festival is back! Friday, May 10, from 3:00-6:00 p.m., Calvary Christian School is holding a carnival for the students and their families. The Fun Festival is a conglomeration of game booths, face painting, jump house, and baked goods for the families to enjoy. Every event costs tickets which will begin selling May 1. You can buy the tickets in the school office for $1.00 each or thirty for $25.00. If you don’t buy them ahead of time, don’t despair. Tickets will also be available at the festival.
This year, Timothy Butler, Allyson Butler, and Camille Mattish all flew out to Bob Jones University in South Carolina, where they performed for AACS Nationals. The national competition is hosted by the University every year and organized by the national association which is comprised of Christian school state associations. Only the first-place winners at the individual state competitions qualify to perform at Nationals.
The congregation of Calvary Baptist Church has recently been treated to the presence of two very distinguished visitors, Brother Mike Schrock and Dr. John Mincy. Brother Mike is an independent evangelist who is also a very accomplished trumpet player.
Another year of GSACS competition has come and gone for the high school and junior high students of Calvary Christian School. February 28 and March 1 of 2019 were two very full days for the students as they competed against other students from different Christian schools across the state of California down in Santa Maria, California, where the competition is held.
Early in February the elementary students here at Calvary Christian School were treated to a field trip. The students were able to tour Gilroy Police Department and were accompanied by several Peace Officers. The Police Officers showed no end of patience and knowledge as they answered the children’s questions and showed the students around the facilities. The students were able to observe the amazing work done by the 911 call-center staff.
Calvary Christian School’s basketball teams played for the first time this school year on February 11. Both teams, boys’ and girls’, fought hard and feel confident as they move forward. With continuous practice and more games, the teams will only be getting better going into the future.
As a new year kicks off, taking stock of the previous year’s happenings is very wise. November and December of 2018 were especially busy for Calvary Christian School. During this time the school hosted Christmas Programs, setup a fire victim fundraiser, gathered food bank donations, and much more. The school’s teachers and students are very pleased to have had a small part in collecting food to help low-income families and in raising funds for the victims of the fires in California.
Basketball season is finally here! Excitement among the student body is high, and the players’ hopes and ambitions are even higher. Due to the unpredictable weather of November and December, coaches and players didn’t get as much time in actually practicing as they would have liked. But with the new year, clearer skies have allowed the girls’ and boys’ teams to practice more, getting them fully prepared for the upcoming season.