• Summer Learning

    We are pleased to announce that once again The Christ School will offer our students in grades K-7 the opportunity to avoid the summer “brain drain” by participating in the 2015 Summer Learning Program.  Summer is a wonderful time for children to relax and have fun, but it is also a time for parents and children
  • Cashual Day This Friday

    This Friday, May 22, students may dress in casual clothing for a minimum of a $1 donation. Students must adhere to the dress guidelines for Cashual Day.  Proceeds from Cashual Day will benefit the Singita Village School, a Christian pre-school in a remote village outside of Johannesburg, South Africa. Our donations will help to build a perimeter fence
  • Lions’ Sports Update May 20

    Middle School Middle School Volleyball Try-outs Volleyball try-outs for the 2015 fall season will be held on Thursday, May 21, 3:30-5:00 p.m. Uniform Return Please be sure to return your washed TCS athletic uniform to the office in a bag marked with your name. Lower School Volleyball Registration forms for the fall 2015 season can
  • Mary Crimmins Earns Professional Honor

    The Christ School congratulates Mary Crimmins, TCS middle school social studies teacher, on being selected as a presenter at the Florida Council of Independent Schools (FCIS) convention in November.  Out of 163 applicants, only 50 were chosen to be presenters. “I am thrilled to have been selected,” says Mary. Her presentation is entitled “The (Digital) Natives are Restless.”
  • Lions’ Sports Update May 13

    Spirit Day Friday, May 15, 2:15 p.m. Join us in the gym for the last Spirit Day of the year! This spirit day we will celebrate and recognize our President’s Physical Fitness Award recipients. Our Lions have done well! Bring your Roar TCS! Middle School Middle School Volleyball Clinic It is time to shake off the
  • Media Center News

    There are less than two weeks left of book check-out for this school year. The last day of check-out will be Friday, May 15. All books are to be returned to the Media Center or placed in Ms. Hayes’s mailbox by Friday, May 29. It has been an exciting few weeks in the Media Center. Our 3rd-5th grade students,
  • Strawberries and Learning

    Transitional Kindergarten students studied strawberry plants and the book Cook-A-Doodle Doo by Janet Stevens. In the story, Brown Rooster, the great grandson of the Little Red Hen, makes a strawberry shortcake with his barnyard friends. The students compared a strawberry plant to blueberry plants. The lesson then introduced measurement, cooking terminology, recipes and various kitchen tools as the
  • Lions’ Sports Update May 6

    Spirit Day Friday, May 15, 2:15 p.m. Join us in the gym for the last Spirit Day of the year! This spirit day we will celebrate and recognize our President’s Physical Fitness Award recipients.  Our Lions have done well! Bring your Roar TCS! Middle School Middle School Volleyball Clinic It is time to shake off the rust
  • 5th Grade State Floats

    Written by Frankie, 5th grade student Recently, fifth grade students presented state float projects. It was a fun and creative process to learn more about the 50 states that comprise our great nation. We each chose a state to research and, over the course of three weeks, gathered important facts about our state and created
  • Lions’ Sports Update

    Middle School Middle School Volleyball Clinic It is time to shake off the rust and get ready for the 2015 fall volleyball season. Join us for our middle school clinic, May 18-20, 3:30-5:00 p.m. Volleyball try-outs will be held on Thursday, May 21. Please check Renweb for the clinic registration form. Let’s get Ready Lions!