Posts by Leah Genuario

Eastern Christian School Again Named National School of Character!

Eastern Christian School will be honored in March at the National Virtual Forum hosted by Character.org, a non-profit advocate and leader for character education. After a rigorous application process, EC has been recertified as one of only 7 Districts of Character in the nation, earning the award for a second time in a row. “Each…

God’s Heart for Worship: Honoring and Celebrating Every Tribe, Nation and Tongue

In a year where many activities are cancelled, yearbook staffer, Josaida Pineyro, decided to poll music students on their favorite songs from last year. The near-unanimous winner: Baba Yetu, a song about the Lord’s Prayer, written exclusively in Swahili.  This experience was one of many opportunities on campus aimed at intentionally cultivating unity within diversity…

EC Journalism Students Sweep National Competition

Eastern Christian High School swept this year’s J-Day Competition, an annual competition for high school student journalists around the country, hosted by Ball State University in Indiana. More than 600 entries were received this year, and those selected as winning entries were graded as superior, excellent, and honorable mention. This year, 6 ECHS students won…

Announcing Pioneer Grant for Fall 2020 Geneva College Eastern Campus Students; Online Information Session Monday!

Interested in learning more about the Geneva College Eastern Campus? Register for the Online Information Session Today! Monday, May 4, 2:00 PM In a letter to a church leader named Gaius, the apostle John says in 3 John 1:4, “I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth.”…

Yearbook Writing Projects

With publishing schedules suddenly changed due to COVID-19, yearbook students utilized the same creativity, process management and journalistic skills to pursue and document projects of their choosing. Here are a few you may enjoy!   Through My Lens By Tara   Adding Years to My Dad Using Makeup By Rebecca   I Tried to Learn…

3 Reasons Why My Passion for Christian Education Has Grown at EC

Before a civilian can become a US soldier, they must complete Basic Combat Training, a ten-week course teaching concepts such as teamwork, survival skills, and combat techniques. We would never think to send untrained men and women into battle, but how often do we, as Christian parents, send our untrained children into the world unprepared?…

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