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Summer Staff Development

While summer may be a time for students to rest, it is a time for our staff to learn. Several CLS teachers are spending time at an Orton-Gillingham conference further developing skills.  Orton-Gillingham focuses on effective instructional approaches primarily for persons with difficulty reading, spelling, and writing.  

Christian Life School Preschool

The Christian Life School Early Education has recently undergone a transformation. Moving from a traditional daycare, this program has shifted its focus to preschool. The CLS Preschool is excited to have the opportunity to instill the love of learning in our students! Christian Life School Preschool is passionate about laying a solid foundation spiritually, academically, and […]

Senior Wins Holocaust Essay

Senior Olivia Jensen was honored for her award-winning Holocaust Essay on Sunday, April 23rd at the Milwaukee Jewish Community’s Holocaust Remembrance Day. She won a trip to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. Her essay on the impact of the rescue of children out of Germany known as the Kindertransport was written as part of […]

Junior, Filip Saitis, Wins 1st Congressional District Art Competition

Congratulations to CLS junior, Filip Saitis, for winning the 1st Congressional District 36th Annual Art Competition – An Artistic Discovery. Filip’s piece, “Expunged”, was entered into the contest by AP Art teacher Kristie Nixon. Congressman and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced Filip as the winner in Madison April 1, 2017, with family, friends, and art […]

Christian College Fair

For all high school students and parents who are exploring post-graduation options, get ready to mark your calendars! On Monday, April 24th, Christian Life School will be hosting a Christian College Fair. The event will begin at 6:30pm and continue in an open-house style until 8:30pm. Admission is free, and doors are open to the public! […]

Battle of the Books

At the first night of the ongoing Battle of the Books competition on Monday, April 3rd, CLS had an extremely strong showing! After reading 40 books throughout the year covering a wide range of genres, twelve CLS 4th-6th graders traveled to a local school to be quizzed competition-style. CLS sent two teams to the battle […]

Beth Feest Honored by Veterans of Foreign Wars

    CLS is excited to congratulate High School History and English teacher, Beth Feest! Mrs. Feest has been honored with the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ National Citizenship Education Teacher Post Recognition Award. This distinction acknowledged Mrs. Feest as someone “who teaches citizenship education topics regularly and promotes America’s history and traditions effectively.” On Monday, March […]

CLS Competes at the ACSI District Speech Meet

Congratulations to all of the CLS Elementary students who participated in the ACSI District Speech Meet last Friday, March 4th! 80 of our CLS elementary students representing grades 1 through 6 made the one hour trip to Williams Bay, joining more than 300 other students from a total of eleven schools, for this annual event.  […]

Varsity Cheer Takes 2nd in State

  This weekend, the CLS Varsity Cheer Squad finished 2nd at the State Tournament in Madison. CLS was competing against much larger schools, so to earn that place was quite an honor. The squad received a score of 83.6, even better than the excellent performance given at the Regional Tournament. This was the highest recorded finish […]