Have you heard about our Nehemiah Challenge? On Jan. 10th, our school kicked off the 52 Day Nehemiah Challenge, a special turning to the Lord. Like Nehemiah, we committed to Pray and Get to Work. There are many staff changes affecting the Charleston Christian School. Mr. Weston, our wonderful administrator for over 30 years, is retiringContinue Reading
Come see us in action the first Wednesday morning of every month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. We would love for you to come see for yourself what makes The Charleston Christian School so special.
The students had a great time at Y102.5, touring the studio and recording four Christmas songs. Be sure to tune in to hear them sing on December 23 at 5 p.m. They will also play Away In The Manger on December 24 at 7 a.m. Thank you to all the parents who supported us byContinue Reading
We have much to be thankful for here at The Charleston Christian School and last nights program proved that. Thank you to everyone who attended, I hope you were blessed by it.
Thank you for supporting The Charleston Christian school during our Serve-A-Thon fundraiser. We raised over $10,000 and are going to be purchasing 2 SMART boards and more. If you are in need of a tax receipt please email email@example.com and we will email one to you. Thank you!
We had such a wonderful time at Peaceful Way celebrating the end of our Serve-A-Thon fundraiser. Thank you to every person who supported The Charleston Christian School during this service project. Our school was able to raise over $10,000 which will provide us with 2 smart boards and more!
Last week all of 1st through 8th got to complete their service projects as part of our Serve-A-Thon fundraiser. All of the students had a great time getting out of the classroom for a few hours to serve their community. Thank you to everyone who supported us during this fundraiser, so far we have raisedContinue Reading
This week we are going out into the community to complete our service projects. On Tuesday the 1st graders spent the morning singing, doing crafts and spending time with some folks in a respite group. Half of our 7th and 8th graders went and picked up trash on the West Ashley bike trail andContinue Reading