This week in Christian education (Dec. 19-23)

Championship-winning Christian school gets new gymnasium – Clinton Christian Academy in Mississippi is opening its first gymnasium. Remarkably, both its boys and girls basketball teams won the 3A state championship last year without having a home gym. Read more here. 

A Christian school in Kentucky is expanding campus – Portland Christian school is building a 25,000 square foot addition to its Kentucky campus as a separate space for its high school students. The addition should allow the school to increase its student population from 400 to 600. Read more here. 

Christian school dedicates statue to local legend – Christian Brothers Academy, an all-boys high school in New Jersey, dedicated a new statue to George Sheehan. Sheehan was a physician, author and track and field star who served in the Navy during WWII. Read more here 

Georgia Christian school hosts Can-a-thon – Greater Atlanta Christian School collected 22,563 canned goods and other non-perishable items, which they donated to the Salvation Army. Read more here. 

Christian school students collect donations for pregnancy care center – Students of Covenant Classical Christian School in South Carolina made 45 baskets of supplies for Daybreak Lifecare Center. Read more here. 

On behalf of the Lion team, Merry Christmas!