This week in Christian education: April 4-8

New Hampshire grant program fuels rapid growth for Laconia Christian Academy – Gov. Chris Sununu opened the door for parents to use state funds for private or homeschool education. Laconia Christian Academy attributes some of its 36 percent enrollment growth to the new program. Read more.

Southside Christian School plans massive expansion – A Christian school in Simpsonville, South Carolina is planning a $20 million expansion, adding 63,000 square feet. Southside Christian school will break ground on April 22. Read more.

566-point showing at State Knowledge Bowl for first place Christian school – Valley Christian School won the state Knowledge Bowl, earning 566 points. Read more

Christian school puts on 28th annual circus – First graders at Central Christian School put on their 28th annual circus. Students portrayed gymnasts, acrobats, strongmen, and animal-tamers. Read more.

Christian school students to learn about future work opportunities at career day – Calvary Christian School is planning a Career Day for their students. Students will listen to lectures, hear from local professionals, and participate in mock interviews. Read more.

Woodlands Christian Academy hosts annual color run – The community of Woodlands Christian Academy participated in its third annual color run. Participants enjoyed races, food, games, and fun. Read more.