Service Tag

1 Peter 4:10 says, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” As stated in the verse above, part of our activity as a Christian school is to serve others. We have coordinated student-led service projects to demonstrate our faith in action. Our Upper School service days are called “Rooted & Grounded,” following the school theme “Rooted” from Jeremiah 17:8. We have partnered with local nonprofit organizations to provide opportunities for our students to positively impact our community and interact with their peers in meaningful ways....

Students in grades 6–12 recently collected 2,215 items consisting of diapers, wipes, and various toiletries for Every Mother’s Advocate. These items will bless single moms and their families who are in need in our community. Charlee Tchividjian, Founder & Executive Director, was blown away by the results of our Collection Drive. EMA is so grateful for our support as they advocate for mothers in crisis and help them achieve lasting stability for their families. In addition, we are thankful for the work our students have done in exemplifying what it means to be a compassionate contributor—a characteristic identified in our...

Lower School Student Council collected supplies to create 25 boxes containing 295 "joy kits" and 6 boxes of additional supplies for families at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. Each grade was assigned items to bring in such as toiletries, activity books, socks, stickers, board books, crayons, card games, throw blankets, and stuffed animals. Third through fifth-grade representatives assembled the kits and officers, Joey Pekic, Preston Pacienza, Evie Branham, and Siri Deenah delivered the supplies to the hospital last month! ...

We are so proud of our students for being Compassionate Contributors and Community Builders, two traits of our Portrait of a Graduate! Lower school student council is collecting items to create Joy Kits for children and their parents at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. Each grade has been assigned items to bring in such as toiletries, activity books, socks, stickers, board books, crayons, card games, throw blankets, and stuffed animals. The Varsity Cheerleading Team is partnering with Heart2Heart Outreach to share the love of Christ with isolated seniors in our community. They created 150 cards and goody bags, which will go to multiple...

We were disappointed that we could not hold our annual Pumpkin Patch this year, but God had another plan. The Lower School decided to bless elderly people residing in assisted living homes with “Encouragement Pumpkins.” The younger students decorated them, and older students added a Bible verse and a word of encouragement. These pumpkins have been placed in “quarantine,” and then student council officers will have the privilege of delivering them through a partnership with a local ministry, Heart2Heart Outreach. What a gift it will be for us to encourage our elderly neighbors with their own pumpkin patch! We are...