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National History Day

Eastern Christian is pleased to announce that two juniors in our American studies class - Jeanae Dedio and Henry Ruitenberg - are the New Jersey state winners in the individual research paper category at NJ History Day. They are the national qualifiers for the National History Day competition held at the University of Maryland in June.…

3B: 3 Campuses. One School

Welcome to the 3B: The Brochure Breakdown Blog series. In this recurring blog series, we consider all 9 topics in the newly released Eastern Christian School Brochure. We consider how each topic helps us tell our story. The "3 Campuses. One School" page of the EC Brochure. Download the digital copy or request a paper copy. Let…

Caleb Collins Visits Eastern Christian

On Wednesday, May 6, Eastern Christian High School had the honor of hosting singer-songwriter Caleb Collins of the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir at our weekly Cross Connection chapel. The chapel service was sponsored by the ECHS music and Bible departments, as well as Star of Hope Ministries, through alumni Neil De Haan's gracious coordination. In addition…

ECMS Learning Outside the Classroom

Some of the best learning experiences happen outside of the classroom. On Friday, May 1, the 6th graders visited our friends at the Holland Home in North Haledon to learn about life during WWII.  Our friends shared stories of life on the homefront, life in Holland, and life in the armed services during the 1940’s.…

Eastern Christian’s Prayer Chromosome

Think back to the very beginning of Eastern Christian School: 1892. Exactly when did this 125+ year-old school begin its existence? Can we trace EC's origin to a single point in time? Eastern Christian School didn't start with any building or even any person. EC began with an idea and a prayer: an idea of…

6th Graders Help Out Habitat

By: Janelle Baldwin, 6th Grade On Tuesday, April 28, ECMS’ sixth grade went to work with Paterson Habitat for Humanity! They did this as part of their M.A.D. project. It was an anticipating event; the sixth grade has been doing other things for Habitat, such as making baskets for new homeowners, making bookmarks for their worldwide…

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