This week in Christian education (Dec. 5-9)

Christian school selected to participate in NASA mission – Trinity Christian school was chosen to participate in NASA’s Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project (NEBP) during solar eclipses in the next two years. The project will also include two universities and the West Virginia Space Grant Consortium. Read more here.

Classical Christian school serves deaf K-8 students – St. Martin Lutheran School for the Deaf, run by a deaf homeschool mother who immigrated from China as a teenager, serves its students by teaching “the whole person, body and soul.” Read more here.

Christian students win nursing scholarships – Three Rock County Christian high school students received scholarships from Hendricks Careertek to pursue education towards CNA certification. Read more here.

Christian school teacher rewarded with early Christmas gift – Wichita Christian School teacher Ashley Mays of Wichita Falls, Texas, received Hamilton Bryant’s “Christmas Came Early gift” in recognition of her sacrificial service to the school. Read more here.

Christian students inducted into National Honors Society – Seven Frankfort Christian Academy students were rewarded for their excellence in scholarship, service, leadership and character with induction into the National Honors Society. Read more here.