The 2015-16 school year was one to remember!
Eastern Christian School enjoyed a season of growth and accomplishment, and our students developed their knowledge and skills while maturing in faith.
From community service to college prep, lives were impacted in powerful ways — on our campus and beyond.
Check out these highlights:
Top Blog Posts of the Year
Changing their World
Our students took God’s word to the following places last year, serving as the hands and feet of Jesus. Here’s a recap of how they impacted lives across the map.
Our students ministered to people living in the streets of Guatemala, many of whom were struggling physically and spiritually. They built relationships with local children and adults while passing out food, praying, and helping with other practical needs.
The people of Uganda needed basic essentials like clean water, medical supplies, and education supplies. Our students came alongside a local community center, providing discipleship while handing out supplies to meet practical needs.
Students worked with local missionaries in a K-6 school that aims to reach families with the Word of God. Through a variety of hands-on service projects, they blessed the school community and gained a new appreciation for education.
New York City
Students partnered with ministries making an impact in the inner city, serving homeless and low-income individuals. While meeting practical needs, they brought the Word of God to those running low on hope.
Top Facebook Posts of the Year
Instagrams Post You Don’t Want to Miss
The Rewards of Hard Work
Accredited by Middle States Association
Top YouTube Videos of the Year
Taking the Next Step
Eastern Christian is thrilled to announce that 98 percent of graduating seniors who applied to a four-year college were accepted! Of the 95 graduates, EC students received approximately 450 acceptances to 126 distinct colleges and universities. Nearly all of these students were offered college merit scholarships totaling over 4.5 million dollars! This scholarship total is the highest in Eastern Christian’s distinguished 124-year history, dethroning the previous record of 4.3 million set by the class of 2014.