Created on Thursday, 19 September 2013 Written by MANDY LOEHR
Numerous changes have taken shape and many different faces have passed through the halls of Calvary Christian School during the past several decades. However, the school still holds fast to its Christ-centered core that was promised to students who first entered its doors in 1979.
The private school celebrates its 35th anniversary this school year at the 1140 Rush Ave. facility with a record enrollment of approximately 200 students.
It exists as a ministry of Calvary Baptist Church and seeks to unite what parents teach in their homes and what is taught at church regarding instilling Biblical values in children.
Paul Green, a retired guidance counselor from Waynesfield-Goshen Schools, is the school administrator. He also was a member of the original school board for CCS and has served in his current position since 2011 following the retirement of Larry Czerniak.
From the left, Calvary Christian High School freshman Mallory Leach, sophomore Shane Holloway and School Administrator Paul Green stand with a sign announcing the school’s 35th anniversary at the 1140 Rush Ave. facility. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MANDY LOEHR)
“The Lord is continuing to bless our school, bringing in new families and always meeting our needs in a variety of areas,” he said.
“One thing we don’t apologize for is our curriculum. It’s a God-based curriculum that delves into the Bible in all subject areas. It helps students to seek to understand how God has worked and is working in our world today.”
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