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This season’s Christmas at Coral Ridge events culminate this coming Monday, December 24, with two Christmas Eve services. Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church invites you to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior at either 5:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. Both candlelight services take place in the Sanctuary. However, only the 5:00 p.m. service will include childcare for infants and children up to four years old.The beautiful decorations, reverent order of worship, and traditional Christmas hymns are sure to inspire a special Christmas for those who can attend. To invite others to join you, please share this link. ...

Dear WA Community,The end of the calendar year affords us a wonderful time to reflect. So, it is no accident that our semi-annual publication of The Lions’ Tale is hitting mailboxes at this time of year. If you did not receive yours, please contact my office so we can send you one.Our December 2018 edition highlights examples of each of the elements of A Portrait of a Graduate. Our mission has lifetime implications, many of which come to fruition after Commencement. Yet, here we see a picture of how our mission is being fulfilled by our students in just these past...

Fifteen members of our High School Robotics Team, Shark Attack, had the opportunity to visit the United Technologies Corporation Center for Intelligent Buildings. UTC is one the team’s primary sponsors while also providing mentors for the team.The UTC Center for Intelligent Buildings is a state-of-the-art innovation and technology experience center. With modern and connected workspace for 500 employees, it’s an environmentally sustainable building designed to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® Platinum standards. Each window (more than 3,000) has its’ own IP address which varies light admittance in accordance with an adaptive algorithm. That technology assists in maintaining indoor air...

As the basketball season builds, our Men’s Varsity Basketball Team faced a tough week of competition last week and came through it 3–0. Here’s the recap of three great games on our campus.On Tuesday, December 4, WA hosted Calvary Christian Academy. The Lions have won six out of the last seven match-ups against the CCA Eagles. Senior Chase Johnston led the Lions. He finished with a game-high 16 points while Stephan Swenson had 11 points and five assists, Sam Griffin with 11 points, and Tony Atkinson with nine rebounds. The WA Lions won 52 to 48. On Friday, December 7, WA...

This special time of the year is full of Christmas programs and parties celebrating the birth of our Savior. As you consider God’s gracious gift to us and look to give in return, please consider a year-end gift to WA. The distinctive qualities that a Christian, private school education provides require both tuition and charitable donations. Our Annual Fund serves to invest in people, strengthen programs, and enhance places on our campuses. This year’s goal is $550,000. One of the ways we invest in people is providing tuition assistance. Less than eight percent of students in America have the opportunity to receive a...