This week in Christian education

Tri-Christian Academy soars to robotics national championship This North Carolina Christian school placed first in its regional robotics competition. Now it’s off to face national competitors. Read more.

10,000 meals packed by Christian school for families Alexander City, Alabama residents were blessed by the efforts of a local Christian school, Veritas Lake Martin Christian School, which partnered with a hunger-relief organization to pack thousands of meals. Read more.

Christian school plans new building in booming community Clarksville Christian School in Tennessee has 450 students and has been over capacity for some time. Their solution? A brand new building to hold more students. Read more.

Christian school alum awarded prestigious scholarship The Goldwater Scholarship Program is a prestigious initiative for top students in mathematics, engineering and the natural sciences. Greater Atlanta Christian School alumna Elise Karinshak was one of 417 students to receive the national scholarship. Read more.

University hosts first International Christian STEM Competition Grand Canyon University has worked two years to host a Christian school STEM competition. The school welcomes several competitors to their inaugural event. Read more.

Loudoun County Christian school dedicates building Evergreen Christian School celebrated its first year on April 23, hosting Virginia’s First Lady Suzanne Youngkin. The school opened last fall, welcoming 9th- and 10th-grade students. Their expansion, which they dedicated this week, will add 11th- and 12th-grade students. Read more.