This week in Christian education (Dec. 26-30)
New Christian school opening in Kentucky – Co-directors Charlotte Burton and Carrie Oliver announced the opening of Highlands Latin School Owensboro. The non-denominational, faith-based school will open in 2023 and offer K-3rd grade classes, with the intention of adding a grade each year. Read more here.
Christian school receives donation from local school – Central Kansas Christian Academy received a donation of nearly 40 Google Chromebooks for its K-8 students. The donation was made by Pawnee Heights School. Read more here.
New Christian school opening in Alabama – Liberty Christian Academy will open its doors in 2023 to students from preschool to 2nd grade. New grades will be added in subsequent years. “We just felt like God was calling us to do this,” said Debbie Jones, the board treasurer. Read more here.
Christian school bowling team is on a roll – The bowling program at Cincinnati Christian School had its strongest start ever – a five-game winning streak. The co-ed program credits setting goals and teamwork with their success. Read more here.
New Christian school opening in South Carolina – VillageChurch is expanding its ministry and launching Village Christian Academy in 2023. It will offer elementary, middle and high school classes and have an enrollment cap of 208 students. Read more here.