This week in Christian education

Faith Assembly of God church announces new Christian schoolFaith Assembly of God in Texarkana, Arkansas announced a new Christian school set to launch in Fall 2022. The school is planning to welcome students from preschool to eighth grade. Enrollment is open now. Read more.

Georgia Christian School students rocked music competitionsStudents from Georgia Christian School competed in the GISA Spring Literary Region Competition, winning first place in each event and securing a spot at state. At state, senior Drew Horton took second place in piano and a trio took first. Read more.

Christian school planning 240,000 square-foot new campusTri-Cities Christian Academy is planning a 240,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art campus in eastern Tennessee. The campus will house middle and high school students, accommodating up to 1,000 students. Read more.

Sioux Center Christian students visit the Iowa state capitol for school choice rally Eighteen Sioux Center Christian students were hosted at the Iowa state capitol this week to participate in a school choice rally. Officials led students in a guided tour of the capitol building where students met Sen. Jeff Taylor and Gov. Kim Reynolds. Read more.