Student Life

EVENTS

HOMECOMING

Our homecoming is a weekend of fun for students, family, and alumni. Athletic events throughout the weekend are capped by the crowning of the homecoming king and queen who, by tradition, are elected based on how well they model the Christian walk. The homecoming game is followed by an evening social activity for upper school students.

PROM

Prom or “formal”, as it is sometimes called, is an opportunity for upper school students to dress their best. Students from the upper school celebrate each other’s company with a dinner and social hour in a formal setting.

ALUMNI CHRISTMAS CONCERT

Each Christmas season, we celebrate our alumni with a Christmas concert. Alumni and current students from the band, orchestra, and choir play together in a combined concert that celebrates Christ’s birth. Afterward, we gather together for desserts and to visit with our returning alumni.

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

MOCK TRIAL

In mock trial, our students play the roles of lawyers, witnesses, plaintiffs, and defendants and compete against other teams in the state. Our students are judged on how well their roles are portrayed and their effectiveness in a courtroom.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

We provide our students with the opportunity submit membership applications for the National Honor Society. Membership is based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Students who become NHS members play a valuable role in serving both our school and our community.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Our students play a significant role in developing the student life of the school. In student government, our students plan homecoming and prom as well as a variety of significant school activities.

LEGO ROBOTS

Using Lego’s robotic tools, middle school students learn to program and develop their own robots, motivating them to apply their mathematic, scientific, and engineering skills to real world problems.

INTERNATIONAL CLUB

The International Club is an opportunity for our students to get to know other cultures in a relaxed informal setting. Members of the club enjoy the opportunity to understand different cultures — and a rich variety of international food!

STUDENT LEAD PROGRAM

Our student lead program gives upper school students the opportunity to mentor students in the elementary school. Sometimes called the “Big Brother/Big Sister” program, upper school students visit elementary students on a weekly basis in order to provide emotional, social, and spiritual support.