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Homecoming Week Celebration
October 17, 2019October 17, 2019
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Homecoming Week Celebration

Saturday marks the conclusion of Homecoming 2019.  If you’ve been at school at all this week you’ve seen hallway decorations, crazy outfits, and outrageous hairstyles all done to celebrate the Homecoming theme, Back to the Future. But the festivities are not quite done yet: Friday, October 18 The entire MS/HS will be bowling together in...

It Was A BIG Day Out!
October 17, 2019October 17, 2019
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It Was A BIG Day Out!

“Would you please pass my thanks along to TC Christian School for allowing Gillian and I to attend their BIG Day Out! We had a great time and it was a wonderful event for us to attend. Everyone there was very kind and helpful as well.” – Caitlin (Shared by Big Brothers/Big Sisters).  Comments like...

Calling All Moms
October 17, 2019October 17, 2019
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Calling All Moms

As moms, do you ever feel burdened for your children?  As you watch them struggle with the issues of life: school, peers, faith, relationships, choices, do you ever feel powerless?  We are not powerless!! “Pour out your hearts like water in the presence of the Lord; Lift up your hands to Him for the lives...

Alumni Reflections
October 17, 2019October 17, 2019
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Alumni Reflections

Some of the greatest compliments our school receive are from alumni who share perspectives of their TC Christian education.  We recently caught up with a handful of our alumni and were blessed to hear what they had to say.  If you’d like to share these comments with friends and family, please feel free to forward...

All The Right Moves For Swingshift
October 17, 2019October 17, 2019
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All The Right Moves For Swingshift

Tomorrow is the big day for TC Christian Junior, Simeon Popa, and his dance partner/instructor, Rachel Trim, as they hit the floor (rhetorically speaking) at Swingshift and the Stars!  Sabre News reporter, Scoop Klenner, caught up with our two friends at a recent rehearsal where he shot some behind-the-scenes photos. Simeon has worked so hard...

Mission-Based Reading
October 16, 2019October 16, 2019
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Mission-Based Reading

It’s back, and earlier this year! The Elementary Student Mission-Based Reading Program is open to all elementary students (K-5). Mission-Based Reading is a tiered reading program based on grade level and provides an opportunity for your child to “earn” a Bible through successful completion of various reading assignments.  Those Bibles are then presented to the...

Creation Keeping At The Au Sable Institute
September 19, 2019September 19, 2019
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Creation Keeping At The Au Sable Institute

TC Christian 5th grade students journeyed to the Au Sable Institute this week to participate in the REYS program.  REYS stands for Restoration Ecology for Young Students and TC Christian students have been attending since 2017.  During that time, we have seen each of our students grow and mature into a “Creation Keeper”, one of...

‘First Friday’ – What A Blast!
September 12, 2019September 12, 2019
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‘First Friday’ – What A Blast!

TC Christian loves traditions. A favorite is ‘First Friday’ where the whole school celebrates the successful conclusion of the first week of the new school year. Festivities start at 8am with everyone gathering for fresh-fried donuts cooked on-site, followed by an All-School Chapel in the gym. This special chapel has three elements: worship, prayer, and...

Clean Life Or Abundant Life?
September 5, 2019September 5, 2019
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Clean Life Or Abundant Life?

“Where there are no oxen, the manger is clean, but abundant crops come by the strength of the ox.” Proverbs 14:4 ESV Confession: I am a recovering “low-maintenance” person.  Before you start thinking I’ve begun ordering $8.00 lattes on a daily basis and being one of those people at restaurants, let me explain. I used to...

When Seconds Count
September 5, 2019September 5, 2019
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When Seconds Count

TCCS Middle Schooler, Ethan Ehlert, was happily munching on his lunch when the old adage ‘That went down the wrong way’ came true.  Ethan began choking as a piece of food became lodged in his windpipe. Fortunately, TC Christian teacher, Erica Boven, was on-hand.  She quickly ascertained the situation and without hesitation, spun Ethan around...