This week in Christian education (Nov. 28-Dec. 2)

Christian students organize food drive for local food pantry – Students from Community Christian School hosted a food drive and donated 538 boxes of cereal to their local food pantry. Read more here.

Christian school wins $25,000 grant – A California Christian school won a $25,000 grant from State Farm Neighborhood Assistance. School officials report the grant will fund a digital media lab. Read more here.

Christian school buys abandoned elementary school – In Virginia, an abandoned elementary school was purchased by Grace Christian School. The new building will enable Grace Christian to serve more than 500 K-12 students. Read more here.

Christian students launch and recover high-altitude balloon – Twenty-two 6-8th grade students from Open Door Christian School launched a high-altitude balloon as part of a STEM project. Their balloon reached a maximum altitude of 65,000 feet. Read more here.