• Lions’ Sports News May 23

    Middle School Athletics Middle school athletes, please remember to return your uniform to The Christ School office. Uniforms should be clean and in a bag marked with your name. Please check Renweb for all athletic contests, announcements, forms, and information. For all athletic questions please contact. Jim Vais, TCS Director of Athletics and Student Conduct.
  • Lions’ Sports News May 16

    Middle School Congratulations to our middle school athletes for a great year! Please click here to enjoy a video featuring these athletes. Middle school athletes, please remember to return your uniforms to The Christ School office. Uniforms should be clean and in a bag marked with your name. Lower School Congratulations to all of our lower
  • The Christ School Congratulates 2014 Alumni who are Graduating as 2018 Boone High School Valedictorians

    The Christ School Congratulates 2014 Alumni who are Graduating as 2018 Boone High School Valedictorians The Christ School (TCS), an independent, Christ-centered, K – 8 school located in downtown Orlando, congratulates its 2014 alumni who are graduating as 2018 Boone High School Valedictorians: Cara Eakins, Kara Gentry, Sydney Haselden, Reid Marlett, Trip McCree, Cooper McKillop, and Emma Schrago. 
  • Lee Combs

    Lee Combs grew up in Naples, Florida with her extended family. She completed her undergraduate work at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky and earned her Master’s degree in Education from Indiana Wesleyan.  Since becoming a teacher, she has taught in Missouri, Florida and Kentucky in all grades from kindergarten through fifth grade.  As she enters
  • Brad Haywood

    Brad Haywood earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management at the University of Illinois. Upon graduation, he felt compelled to serve in the U.S. Army. During his service, he completed five deployments in addition to tours in Korea and Germany. After completing his military service, Brad returned to school, where
  • Christina Liu

    Christina Liu is excited to be a part of The Christ School team. Recently, Christina helped create Think Tank, a STEAM-Infused Critical Thinking Class and Innovation space at Lake Mary Preparatory School. The Think Tank was awarded the DeWitt E. and Vera M. Hooker Grant from the Florida Council of Independent Schools in 2014, and
  • Lions’ Sports News May 9

    Middle School TCS middle school parents – join us on Friday, May 11, at 8:10 am, in the Reformation Chapel for the Middle School Sports Recognition Chapel. Our Head Soccer Coach, Sara Haight, will serve as our speaker. We will recognize our middle school athletes for a great year of athletic performances at The Christ
  • What’s the Verdict?

    TCS 8th grade Social Studies students participated in a collaborative, multi-age learning experience with 3rd and 6th grade students. The 8th grade students worked in teams to conduct three mock trials. Each team had to prepare questions for the witnesses and understand the statutes involved. Mrs. Roberts’ 3rd grade class served as the jury for a case in
  • Lions’ Sports News May 2

    Middle School Sports Join us on Friday, May 11, at 8:10 am in the Reformation Chapel for the Middle School Sports Recognition Chapel. Our Head Soccer Coach, Sara Haight, will be speaking and we will recognize our 2017-2018 middle school athletes for a great year of athletic performances at The Christ School. Lower School Sports The Christ School Lower School Sports Bash
  • Living with a Purpose

    Sixth grade Bible students have been discussing how God created each of us with a perfect design. They explored what makes each person unique, what gifts and talents God has given each person, and discussed the future and what they can do now to prepare for it. After reviewing materials from the teen study of the
  • Lions’ Sports Update April 25

    Middle School Sports Middle school volleyball tryouts for the fall 2018 season will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, May 1, 2, and 3, from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in the gym. All 5th, 6th, and 7th grade girls are invited to try out for the team. The tryouts will be conducted by head volleyball
  • Extreme Listening

    The ability to process auditory information is critical to learning. The world presents a complex listening environment that is often noisy, reverberant, and filled with confusing and conflicting speech signals. Compass students are practicing auditory learning with “Extreme Listening” activities. These activities help students focus when the listening environment is less than ideal. The activities
  • Discovering Downtown

    The middle school Citizenship class worked in teams and used critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creative problem-solving to design websites and Google Map walking tours of downtown Orlando. Each team of students integrated the five themes of geography (location, place, human-environment, movement, and regions) they experienced during four walking tours of downtown Orlando into their projects.
  • Lions’ Sports Update April 18

    TCS 5th, 6th & 7th grade girls who are interested in trying out for volleyball are encouraged to register for our middle school volleyball clinic. The clinic, conducted by head volleyball coach Lindsey Carter, will take place on Monday, April 23, and Wednesday, April 25, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in the gym. Athletes will participate in drills to sharpen
  • Lions’ Sports News April 11

    Middle School Sports Congratulations to our track and field team who finished their season LION Strong last week. Thank you to Coach Dale van Gelder and assistant coach Glenn Gullikson for leading our Track and Field athletes this season! Coach Sykes will lead the next open gym for middle school students to play pick-up basketball