Trinity Christian School helps local business that lost its building to fire – Heirloom Market Company and Bakeshop lost its building to a fire, seemingly halting business operations. However, thanks to Trinity Christian School, the company is open for the annual Christmas Open House on Nov. 5 at the school’s football stadium. Read more.
Service projects replace annual retreat for Maryville Christian School – Older students look forward to a yearly retreat at Maryville Christian School. But because of the school’s theme this year, “Service > Self,” the school opted to support local organizations. Read more.
Prince Avenue Christian School plans for expansion – A Georgia Christian school is gearing up for expansion. With an influx of people moving into the new area, Prince Avenue Christian School is expecting to receive new families and students. The school completed a 19,500-square-foot middle school building that opened this year and plans to build a 16,000-square-foot gymnasium. Read more.
Rapid growth is forcing Coulee Christian School to change buildings – Coulee Christian School has seen rapid growth and enrollment over recent years, leaving school officials with the decision to search for a larger space. After the move, the school expects enrollment to double. Read more.