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GCS Summer Camp

GCS Summer Camp

Open to children ages 6-12 years old (As of June 1, 2016) Experience academic enrichments with casual fun and Bible integration. ALL instructors are GCS employees Child Care open daily 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Enrichment Program ONLY 9 am to 12 noon Call GCS at 229-2427 to register and ensure […]

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The following Greenwood Christian School students are nominated to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program - front row: Matthew Hanna, Christopher Humbert, Kaitlin Green, Eli McKay; middle row: Lydia Scurry, Kimberly Miller, Evan Edwards, Spencer Abrams, Hallie Ruth Stumbo; back row: Kennedy Kaltz, Emma Knight, Spencer Tollison, Elizabeth Hudgens, Braelyn Boggs. They qualified for the program based on standardized test scores.

Students nominated to participate in Duke University Talent Identification Program

The following Greenwood Christian School students are nominated to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program – front row: Matthew Hanna, Christopher Humbert, Kaitlin Green, Eli McKay; middle row: Lydia Scurry, Kimberly Miller, Evan Edwards, Spencer Abrams, Hallie Ruth Stumbo; back row: Kennedy Kaltz, Emma Knight, Spencer Tollison, Elizabeth Hudgens, Braelyn Boggs. They qualified for the program based on standardized test scores.

Open House – February 21

Open House – February 21

Greenwood Christian School is hosting an Open House on Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016, from 1 to 3 pm for prospective students and families seeking 2015-16 enrollment information for grades K3 through 12th grade.

Pam Atkinson, Lifetouch Representative, far right, presents an Honorable Mention award to Angel McAllister, GCS Yearbook Advisor, Dr. Chris Johns and a few of the yearbook staff members. Their yearbook entitled Ripple Effect was recognized in the 2015 Lifetouch Yearbook Showcase Contest.

Yearbook Award

GCS Reflections Yearbook Staff received Honorable Mention in the 2015 Lifetouch Yearbook Showcase Contest in the national division for high school with fewer than 1,000 students enrolled.