• Lions’ Sports News January 17

    Middle School Sports Middle school boys’ basketball will practice Thursday, January 18, from 3:45 to 5:00 pm.  They play their next games at The First Academy on Saturday, January 20, at 1:00 pm vs. Foundation Academy and at 3:00 pm vs. Windermere Prep. Middle School girls’ soccer completed the regular season with an impressive record
  • Learning Together

    Mary Crimmins, TCS 7th and 8th grade social studies teacher, loves to see her students embrace learning.  “I am always so encouraged by my students when I see that they are growing both academically and socially in such a short period of time,” she says. “We do so many things in my classroom, but my
  • Love and Guidance

    TCS 5th grade teacher Angie Harrison has always been passionate about her important role in the lives of her students. “I have been teaching for 20 years and this is my eighth year at The Christ School,” says Angie. “I love to help my students develop their strengths and gifts and use them to serve
  • Welcome Wednesdays!

      The Christ School invites prospective parents to join us on Welcome Wednesdays! Wednesdays, 8:00 – 10:00 am Please RSVP to Joanne Fleming, Director of Admission, at jfleming@thechristschool.org, or phone 407-849-1665. Explore The Christ School in action as you tour our campus, visit our classrooms, and meet our teachers on a guided tour. See how we…
  • Lions’ Sports News January 10

    Middle School Sports Middle school boys’ basketball will practice Thursday, January 11, from 3:45 to 5:00 pm in the gym. They play their next games at The First Academy on Saturday, January 13, at 11:00 am vs. Orangewood and at 12:00 pm vs. The First Academy. Our middle school girls’ soccer team has completed the
  • A Friendly Greeting

    The Christ School is delighted to welcome Shaneen Hermantin, who began her role as first floor receptionist in December. Originally from Queens, New York, Shaneen and her family have lived in Florida for eight years.  Recently, she relocated to Orlando to attend Rollins College, where she is pursuing a degree in Communications with a concentration
  • First Grade Family

    The Christ School has a friendly new face in our first grade classrooms, Jasmine Simmons, our new first grade assistant. With her warm smile, calm demeanor, and positive outlook, Jasmine is a welcome addition to The Christ School family. Originally from New Orleans, LA, Jasmine and her family moved to Orlando in 2005 after Hurricane
  • Demonstrating Kindness

    First grade students explored this month’s Bible verse with a hands-on demonstration. The verse, Ephesians 4:29 – 32, speaks of showing kindness to others. After reading the verse together, their teacher, Mrs. Schwalk, asked the students to say words and actions that are helpful for “building others up,” as in the verse. With each example, a block was added
  • Safety is First

    TCS staff and FPCO Security have noticed some families stopping in the active traffic lane of Church Street to drop children off in the morning. Please know this is not authorized by TCS and presents a danger to your children and the general public. There are metered spaces on three sides of the school campus,
  • Appreciating God’s Creations

    Karen Fatizzi, 2nd grade teacher, grew up in a small town in Alabama.  “I’m the middle child of three sisters,” she says. “Growing up, we enjoyed fishing with my dad.” Karen attended the University of Montevallo, located outside of Birmingham, and earned her BA in Early Childhood/Elementary Education. In 1997, she moved to the Mt. Dora area
  • Exuding Joy

    “I love playing piano and singing and originally went to school to become a composer,” says TCS 4th grade teacher, Marie DiBiase. “I always thought I would have a career in music; that’s what I studied for two years in college. In the summer before I started pursuing my major, I really began praying for
  • Lions’ Sports News December 20

    Middle School Sports Basketball Middle school boys’ basketball will practice Monday, Wednesday and Thursday January 8, 10, and 11 from 3:45 to 5:00 pm in the gym.  They play their next games at The First Academy on Saturday, January 13, at 11:00 am vs. Orangewood and vs. The First Academy. Soccer Middle school girls’ soccer will play their next game on Tuesday,
  • The Effects of Advertising

    Mrs. Sheldon’s 7th grade students are learning how messages in the advertising they see every day can affect their lives. After watching the movie, The Myth of Choice: How Junk-Food Marketers Target Our Kids, they discussed the negative effects advertising has on young people. These effects include obesity, type 2 diabetes, and high cholesterol caused by
  • Sharing Her Faith

    Terra Townsend has enjoyed the opportunity to serve in different roles at The Christ School, making a difference in each one.  Currently, she serves as 6th Grade Bible and 6th & 7th Grade Latin teacher, as well as assisting the Academic Office with a variety of tasks. In January, she will also serve as TCS
  • New Experiences Every Day!

    When you step into Alexandra Savage’s kindergarten classroom, you quickly notice the bright colors and fun characters of Dr. Seuss adorning every part of the room. “I have always loved Dr. Seuss,” says Alexandra. “When I was in high school, I worked for Universal Studios and came to love Dr. Seuss even more. I believe