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The beginning of a new semester also means the beginning to a new season of student ministry as well. Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church invites students to check out Bible study options starting this Sunday, January 20.During Sunday School, middle school and high school students meet in Gangway for a New Testament series entitled “Now You See Me.” Students will break up into small groups for discussion. “Small groups have been a highlight of the past semester, and we hope to continue doing so while adding a separate high school breakout group,” said Caleb Koornneef, Director of Student Ministries. High school students...

Students can grab a quick bite before starting the school day. SAGE Dining Services offers items and beverages in Gangway, located at the southwest corner of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. Students can pick up breakfast burritos, egg and cheese croissants, scones, muffins, and many other grab-and-go items between 7:15 a.m. and 7:45 a.m. Lower school students need to be accompanied by a parent. Bon appétit!...

The Lions’ Parent Association welcomes you to join Mr. Satterly for coffee and pastries on Thursday, February 7, at 8:00 a.m. in Gangway (entry from the southwest corner of the church). Designed for busy parents, One Cup is an opportunity to gather in an informal setting to discuss a parenting topic in about the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee. We will end promptly at 8:45 a.m. to honor your time. However, you are welcome to stay beyond that time to connect with Mr. Satterly and other parents....

Step right up and support the greatest school on earth at our annual dinner auction, Under the Big Top, on Friday, March 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the Kennedy Fellowship Hall. This is our largest fundraising event of the year, so please get involved! Our goal is for sponsorships and underwriting to cover all of our expenses so that all funds raised at the auction go directly to our annual fund. Please click here to purchase tickets or view sponsor opportunities beginning at $500.We encourage all of our families to get involved by acquiring items. There are incentives for students including an...

This past week, the All-State Music Conference gathered some of the most talented students in the state for one of three main programs—All-State Orchestra, All-State Band, and All-State Choir. Therefore, these WA students who traveled to Tampa are among the best in the state. They met for three days of rehearsals before putting on a full program at the Tampa Convention Center.Alicia An (sophomore) played the violin and performed in the All-State Honors Orchestra. We had three students in the All-State Choir. Christine Kamm (senior) joined the Sight-Reading Choir while Caroline Cespedes (senior) sang in the Women's Choir, and Rachel...