Welcome to Delaware County Christian School

We are excited that your family is joining the DC Community!

This page contains helpful information and useful links to assist you in your transition and to help you prepare for the upcoming school year. To begin, we recommend printing a copy of our New Family Checklist. This document will help you keep track of the information you should review and all forms that need to be completed prior to the start of the new school year.

Getting Started

All of the forms, handbooks, and informational guides you need to review and/or complete are found below.

Begin by reviewing the information located in the Important Information menu. Here you will learn about important dates in the upcoming school year, the many ways you can plug into the DC school community, and the specific policies and procedures for each academic division.

The Information for Back to School and New Students section provides links to the forms you need to complete prior to the start of school as well as class supply lists, standardized dress code information, summer reading lists, and more.

Questions

We recognize the transition to a new school requires many details, so we are here to help! Please direct any questions you have to the Admissions Office at (610) 353-6522 x2283 or by email at admissions@dccs.org.


Important Information

Expand the links below to learn about important dates in the upcoming school year, the many ways you can plug into the DC school community, and the specific policies and procedures for each academic division.

Back to School 2017 - Save the Dates!
- important dates at the start of the school year you won't want to miss!

All School
 
New Family Open House
Thurs., August 24 | 5:00-7:00pm
Farmhouse
DC Family Picnic
Fri., September 8 | 5:00pm
Upper Campus
  
DC Dedication & Praise Ceremony
Fri., September 8 | 6:30pm
DeMoss Auditorium
 
  
Lower School
 
PreK-5 Open House
Mon., August 28 | 9:00 am-11:30pm
K-5th First Day of Classes
Tues., August 29
  
Pre-K Preview Days
Tues., August 29 & Wed., August 30
Pre-K First Day of Classes
Thurs., August 31
  
2nd & 3rd Grade Back to School Night
Tues., September 12 | 7:00pm
Pre-K, K, and 1st Grade Back to School Night
Thurs., September 14 | 7:00pm
  
4th & 5th Grade Back to School Night
Wed., September 20 | 7:00pm
LS Picture Day
Thurs., September 28
  
Middle School
 
First Day of Classes
Mon., August 28
8th Grade Retreat
September 7-8
  
MS Back to School Night
Wednesday, September 13 | 6:45pm
DeMoss Auditorium
MS Picture Day
Thurs., September 14
  
Upper School
 
Senior Portraits
August 23-24
Late date Sept. 18
Freshman Launch
August 22-24
  
First Day of Classes
Mon., August 28
US Back to School Night
Tues., September 19 | 7:00pm
DeMoss Auditorium

 

Participate
- opportunities to become involved in our school community

Whether it’s volunteering in your child’s classroom, joining a parent prayer group, attending special events on campus, or supporting our arts and athletics programs through the Friends of the Arts and Athletic Boosters, there are many ways to participate in community life at DC.

GUIDELINES FOR PARENT VOLUNTEERS

A number of our annual events and volunteer opportunities are described below. Additional offerings will be detailed in our weekly DC-Connect email communications.

ALL-SCHOOL CHAPEL

All-School Chapels are held at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. This well-loved tradition at DC provides a special time of worship for our entire school community. All alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends of DC are invited to attend. All School Chapels begin at 8:30am in the lower gym at the Upper Campus. MORE INFORMATION

THE ANNUAL FUND FOR DC

The Annual Fund supports the remaining 14 percent of the more than $10 Million operating costs of DC that are not covered by tuition. The goal for 2017-2018 is $1,000,000. All activities associated with the Annual Fund are managed by the Development Office. MORE INFORMATION

DC ATHLETIC BOOSTERS

All parents of DC athletes are considered to be a part of the Athletic Booster organization. A Booster parent leadership team coordinates all volunteer activities and raises extra funds to support athletic program. MORE INFORMATION

DC COFFEES

Join DC’s Head of School and various administrators for coffee and a time of fellowship and discussion on select mornings throughout the school year.
TIME: 8:30am - 9:30 am
DATES/LOCATION: October and March Options at both Lower and Upper Campuses. MORE INFORMATION

DC FAMILY PICNIC AND DEDICATION SERVICES

Join the entire DC Community for a Family Picnic. The picnic is followed by a Dedication Service which features a time of prayer and praise and new employee testimonies. This event takes place during the first week of school and is a long-standing tradition at DC. MORE INFORMATION

FRIENDS OF THE ARTS (FOTA)

DC Friends of the Arts supports students and faculty in all areas of the arts because we believe that God-given creativity is to be celebrated and nurtured in every student, all to His glory. Friends of the Arts (FOTA) accomplishes this through volunteering, promoting, fundraising, advocacy and prayer. MORE INFORMATION

LOWER SCHOOL GRANDPARENTS DAY

Lower School Grandparents Day is a highlight of our school year. This event takes place in April at the Lower Campus. Grandparents attend a special program and have the opportunity to visit classrooms. Volunteer opportunities and sign-ups will be communicated by Homeroom Parents or from the Lower School Parent Volunteer Organization (PVO).

MIDDLE AND UPPER SCHOOL GRANDPARENTS DAY

This event usually takes place in October and provides a unique opportunity for students in grades 6-12 to share lunch with their grandparents in addition to giving them a personal tour of the Upper Campus. Parent volunteers are needed to help assemble and serve lunches. Volunteer opportunities and sign-ups will be communicated via email from the Middle and Upper School Parent Volunteer Organization (PVO).

MOMS IN PRAYER GROUPS

DC moms are encouraged to join a Moms in Prayer group that gathers weekly to pray for the needs of our school community.
TIME: 8:30am - 9:30am
DAY/LOCATION: See DC Calendar - Thursday Mornings - Lower Campus and Friday Mornings - Upper Campus

PVO – PARENT VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION

The Parent Volunteer Organization work within all three of DC’s academic divisions (Lower, Middle, and Upper) provides opportunities for parents to assist teachers and staff both in and out of the classroom as well as assisting with special school sponsored events. MORE INFORMATION

DC Dictionary
- glossary of often used names and acronyms

ACSI

Association of Christian School International
This organization serves Christian schools across the United States and around the World. DC has had a close working relationship with ACSI for many years and a number of our Heads of School have served on the national board of ACSI.

ANNUAL FUND

The Annual Fund for DC provides unrestricted monies that bridge the gap between tuition revenue and ongoing operating expenses like salaries, curriculum, campus maintenance, technology and financial aid. The practice of generous giving through The Annual Fund is long-standing, and we continue to marvel at the Lord's faithfulness in meeting our financial needs.

CESA

The Council on Educational Standards and Accountability (CESA) serves Christian schools and Christian organizations through leadership services, academic enrichment, programmatic development, professional development, and by providing fellowship and fraternity to those who serve within Christian institutions. Coming alongside schools and organizations, CESA seeks to enable Christian schools with rigorous, objective standards to guide their development, providing schools with the tools necessary to reach such standards and the networks necessary to propel Christian schools with excellence and accountability as their hallmarks. DC has been a CESA member since 2013.

BAL

DC's Upper School Athletic Program participates in the Bicentennial Athletic League.

BOOSTERS

DC Athletic Boosters
This group is composed of every DC parent whose child participates in interscholastic athletics. Members of the Boosters help raise funds and serve in various capacities to assist our athletic program. Boosters is managed by an executive committee of parents who work closely with the athletic director.

CAFE

The DC Café offers breakfast and lunch to all students, faculty and staff on the Upper Campus. Located on the lower level of the DeMoss Center, the Café provides refreshment and a place for students to fellowship in the DC Commons. All purchases must be made via a debit account established with the Business Office.

CHROMEBOOK

Chromebooks are personal laptop computers that run on the Chrome Operating System. Chromebooks are designed to be used while connected to the Internet and support applications that reside on the Web, rather than traditional applications that reside on the machine itself.

FOTA

DC Friends of the Arts supports students and faculty in all areas of the arts because we believe that God-given creativity is to be celebrated and nurtured in every student, all to His glory. Friends of the Arts accomplishes this through volunteering, promoting, fundraising, advocacy and prayer.

FRESHMAN LAUNCH

The Freshman Launch is an annual event for all returning and new freshmen. This three day camping event is designed to build class unity, to encourage and prepare students as they begin their Upper School experience, to challenge them spiritually, and to provide opportunities for leadership development. 

G SUITE

G Suite for Education is a special setup of the popular Google Apps, tailored specifically for educational institutions. Every Middle and Upper School student has an @dccs.org Google account.

INITIUM

The Upper School yearbook.

JUNIOR KNIGHTS SPORTS PROGRAM

The Junior Knights program allows our lower school students to participate in a variety of intramural and instructional sports clinics. All opportunities are communicated to lower school parents via emails and flyers.

JUNIOR/SENIOR

The Junior/Senior Formal takes place each May. The junior class is responsible for planning this event.

LIVERPOOL SOCCER CLUB

The Liverpool Soccer Club is a DC parent run travel soccer program for boys and girls ages 8-14.

LOWRIE HALL

Lowrie Hall is the former Strawbridge family mansion located on the Upper Campus. It is named after Dr. Roy W. Lowrie, Jr. who served as DC’s first headmaster from 1954-1980.

KEYNOTER

The Keynoter is DC’s biannual publication for current families, alumni, alumni parents, and other friends of the school.

KNIGHT TONES

A select vocal group composed of Upper School students.

MOODLE

Moodle is a learning management system used by DC's Middle and Upper Schools. Course web pages.

ONE CALL NOW

One Call Now is a telephone and email messaging service used by DC to quickly reach parents with urgent school news such as school closings, delays and early dismissals.

PVO

As a parent of DC you are a part of our volunteer organization. All parents are encouraged to participate in the PVO. The PVO carries out our core values as we serve our faculty and students. It is a great way to get involved and meet other families and students.

PIAA

The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association is the state organization that governs all athletic activities of public schools. Private schools may join and thereby participate in all state playoffs. DC joined this organization effective September, 2002.

RENWEB

RenWeb is DC’s online portal for students and parents. Students and parents can access the DC school directory, class assignments, grades, and announcements.

SAIL - Schools for Applied and Innovative Learning

SAIL provides opportunity for students to engage with authentic problems and current issues, and to develop the agency to work toward solutions that impact their communities and the world for Christ. SAIL courses are grouped into three different schools: the School for the Arts, the School for Humanities and Entrepreneurship, and the School for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

U SHOP

The U SHOP sells gently used uniforms and school spirit wear and is located in Lowrie Hall on the Upper Campus.

Lower School

Absence

When a student is absent, parents/guardians are requested to notify the school office, by calling extension 1514 before 9:00am.

Students who have a dentist or doctor appointment during the day must bring notes to the Lower School Office before 9:30 am of that day. If a student comes to school during the course of the day or leaves before the end of the day, he/she must be checked in/out by a parent through the Lower School Office.

Arrival and Dissmisal

Arrival:  School starts at 8:20 am. Students may arrive to school as early as 7:50 am when teachers are on duty. Students in grades Pre-k and Kindergarten walk directly to their classrooms. Students in grades 1-5 arriving before 8:20 am gather in the gym and are dismissed at 8:10 am to their classrooms. If you arrive after 8:20 am, please sign your child in at the office.

Dismissal:  Students traveling by car (car riders) will be called to gather in the chapel where they wait in class lines for their name to be announced via walkie talkie. They will then walk to the circle to the teachers on duty to be loaded into your car. You will receive a DC car sign specific to the current school year. Please have this in the front right side of your car dash so the teachers on duty can recognize and call your student for dismissal. This facilitates a smooth and orderly dismissal process and serves as an additional security measure. Please ask the office for additional copies if needed for more than one car.

Students traveling by bus (bus riders) will remain in their classrooms until they hear their bus groups called over the intercom. All bus riders will received a backpack tag on the first day of school to assist with getting on the right bus. This also helps students and teachers assist the safe transfer onto another bus if students must transfer busses on their route home. Younger students are assigned an older student to serve as a bus buddy.

Chapel

Each week students enjoy a special chapel time. Chapels are held Wednesdays at 8:30am for grades K - 2 and on Fridays at 8:30am for grades 3 - 5. Students participate in chapel as a class and host special programs. If you are planning to attend, please check with the office for special events and schedule changes. Your students teacher will communicate the times when you child’s class is presenting throughout the year.

Communication Home

The Junior Knight Life is the Lower School newsletter for parents. It is emailed twice a month and has all the important information for the following two weeks included. In addition, the Head of Lower School sends a monthly letter home with school news and classroom teachers communicate via a monthly or weekly newsletter. You may also communicate with your classroom teacher by phone or email. Teachers will make every effort to reply within 24 hours.

Homeroom Mothers

Each class has two homeroom mothers who work hard at assisting teachers with field trip preparations, class parties and other class activities. You will meet your class’ homeroom mothers on Back to School night. Do not hesitate to ask questions and introduce yourself to these moms – they can help you meet others in the class and get you plugged into other school activities.

Recess

It is well recognized that students need exercise throughout the day in order to do well in school. As such, we make every attempt to have students outdoors during recess times for physical activity. In the event of any precipitation, recess is indoors. Outdoor recess will be held without restriction if the temperature is above 25 degrees (including the wind chill factor). Outdoor recess will be held with some restrictions if the temperature is between 20 and 25 degrees. Coats, hats, mittens must be worn at all times when the weather is this chilly and students may be taken outside for a shortened recess to run and expend energy. Recess will be held indoors if the temperature is below 20 degrees (wind chill factor included).

The Schedule

The school day begins at 8:20 am and ends at 3:00 pm. Each teacher will communicate the specifics of their classroom schedule at Back to School Night.

Transportation

Traveling by car: If your child is a car rider, please drive up to the front circle for morning drop off. A teacher will greet students and direct him/her. A fifth grade safety patrol student will be available to escort new and younger students. Pre-K and Kindergarten students may go directly to their classrooms, and do not gather in the gym. During the first week or two of school, Pre-K and Kindergarten teachers and or teacher’s aides will be outside at the circle to greet students and escort our youngest students to class.

For afternoon pick-up, please remain in your car and pull up to the front circle. You will receive a car rider identification sign during Open House. Please place this in your window for the teacher on duty to see. Your child will be called from the chapel to your car. This helps in keeping the dismissal process running quickly and smoothly.

Traveling by bus: Bus riders will receive a bus identification sign attached to their backpack on the first day of school. Please do not remove this tag. They will also be assigned a bus buddy to help them - especially if they are transferring buses. Those districts that will be riding the shuttle to and from the main campus are: Chester-Upland, Garnet Valley, Interboro, Penn Delco, Ridley, Southeast Delco, and William Penn. These students will be bused to and from the elementary school via the DC shuttle. Teachers are on duty at the main campus and will ensure all elementary children transfer to the proper bus.
Please make every effort to make sure your student knows his or her bus district and bus #. Any questions regarding your school districts busses should be directed to the admissions office at 610-353-6522, ext. 2285.

Transportation changes: If you need to change your child’s method of transportation for any reason, please send in a note to the school office every day you desire to make a change. We try to keep transportation changes to a minimum and ask your cooperation in not making any last minute changes. Students are not permitted to ride a different bus than their district bus. They may go home by car with those you have authorized for pick up on your transportation form in the beginning of the year. Any changes to these arrangements should be communicated via a note to the school. Please call in any last minute changes prior to 2 pm.

Visiting/Security

For the safety of our students and school community, the Lower School is a secure building. All visitors must sign in and out via the main office when visiting school.

Middle School

Absences

All student absences must be reported daily before 9:30am by calling the Middle School Attendance Line at (610)353-6522 - select 5 for the MS Office and then enter 1 for the attendance line. A note that specifies the reason for each absence is required and must be submitted to the Middle School Office upon return to school. Please see the Student/Parent Handbook for clarification on excused and unexcused absences.

After School Activities

The Middle School day ends at 2:50pm Students are to be in the Library by 3:15pm doing their homework until they leave campus. All MS students must be picked up by 5:30pm. MS students should not be anywhere else on campus, unless they are involved in an after school club or sport.

Arrival and Dismissal

Please have your student sign in at the Middle School Office if he/she is late to school. A note from a parent/guardian is required when signing in. Similarly, if your student needs to leave school early for a doctor’s appointment or other reason, he/she will also need a note in order to sign out and receive a pass to leave class at the requested time of dismissal. Sports team dismissals do not need a note.

Athletics

Middle school students have many choices when it comes to after school sports. We offer fall, winter, and spring sports teams. In the fall we offer football, soccer, and field hockey. The winter season offers basketball and cheerleading, and the spring season has lacrosse, track & field, baseball and softball. Most sports offer a more competitive "A" team and a slightly less competitive "B" team. The majority of sports are inclusive, but some do have cuts. All of the DC coaches have a passion for young people and a desire to see them Honor God, Develop Character and Pursue Excellence. MS students are required to participate in one school sport per academic year.

Cell Phones

Cell phones may be brought to school, but must be turned off during school hours. Students are to keep their cell phones in their lockers. Emergency calls can be made to or from the Middle School office.

Chapel

Middle School Chapel is held Wednesday afternoon. Parents are always welcome to attend chapel. On occasion chapel will be moved to another day of the week depending on the schedule. Check with the middle school office for the official chapel schedule.

Directory

The school directory including current families, students, and school faculty and staff can be found in RenWeb under School-Directory.

Fine Arts

God, the “master artist,” has used men and women to nurture students’ dramatic, musical and visual art training. Our highly dedicated faculty provide space for our students to explore while also stretching them in skill and technique. Student artists are taught to recognize the discipline and dedication needed to truly honor God with their craft. Our students are encouraged to pursue a variety of mediums, with the opportunity to follow a specific sequence of courses to truly develop their artistry.

Grading System

Report cards are recorded on a letter grade system. Numerical equivalents:

A=100-90%
B=89-80%
C=79-70%
D=69-60%
F=59% or below

The top three points in each letter category, except F, receive a plus(+) and the bottom three receive a minus(-).

Honor Roll

The Honor Roll is determined at the end of each report period located on the bottom left of your student’s report card. An average of A or above is necessary for highest honor, A- for high honor, and B for honor. A student is not considered for the honor roll if he/she has a grade lower than C- in any subject or more than one C in any subject.

Inclement Weather

One Call Now® is a telephone and email messaging service used by DC to quickly reach parents with urgent school news such as school closings, delays, and early dismissals. Emergency messages are sent to your primary phone number plus up to three additional phone numbers and four email addresses that you designate. Information is available on our website. Parents need to know both what DC has called and what their district has called to determine busing. Their busing times are based on what the district has called. Check with your local busing to determine delay.

Keycards

ALL Middle School students are required to wear their keycard on a lanyard during the school day. These identification cards MUST be visible at all times (around their neck). A replacement keycard will cost $25.

Lockers

Students will be assigned lockers and combinations at Orientation Night. Students are responsible for the care of their lockers.

Lunch/Café

Students will be eating lunch in the café and may either purchase their lunches or bring their own lunches. Students must pay for their purchases through their café account. Students purchasing through their café account must have a balance to cover each purchase; students will not be able to purchase through their account if there is a zero or negative balance. No provision is made for refrigeration. Students should not use glass containers for their lunches.

RenWeb

RenWeb gives your family online access to academic information including assignment grades and progress reports. With your unique RenWeb ID and password, you can view academic records for your children. Other users cannot access your family’s information. You can login by accessing the RenWeb page listed under Parents on the front page of the website. More information will be distributed at a later date onto how to sign up for parent accounts.

Schedule

The school day begins at 8:15am. On Wednesdays (SAIL days), students not participating in specialized study or fine arts programs may arrive for a late start at 9:00am. The school day ends at 2:50pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Wednesdays (SAIL days), the day ends at 3:00pm. Student schedules can be viewed via RenWeb.

Summer Reading

Each middle school student will be required to read teacher assigned books from the list of books for his or her grade level and an additional two books from the approved summer reading list. At the parents’ discretion, any Newberry Award or Honors book, or any other book by the listed authors, may be read. Purchase of the book for English is recommended since the students need to have a copy in class at the beginning of the school year for class use.

Visiting/Security

Please remember that all visitors must check into the Mansion office in order to receive a visitor’s badge that is to be worn during your time on campus.

Upper School

Absence

If your son or daughter is sick or will not be in attendance on any given day, please call the Upper School Attendance Line at 610-353-6522 ext. 2601 by 10 am and follow the voice mail instructions for the Upper School attendance line. Please send a note with your student when they return to school with the reason for the lateness or absence. Their absence is marked unexcused until a note/email is presented. Please refer to the handbook for more details.

Arrival and Dissmisal

Please have your student sign in at the Upper School office if he/she is late to school in order to receive a pass to their class. A note from a parent/guardian is required when signing in. Similarly, if your student needs to leave school early for a doctor’s appointment or other reason, they will also need a note in order to receive a pass to leave their class at the requested time of dismissal. Sports team dismissals do not need a note. Please see the handbook for clarification on excused & unexcused absences.

Athletics

Upper school students have many choices when it comes to after school sports. We offer Fall, Winter, and Spring Sports teams. In the fall we offer football, soccer, field hockey, cross country, tennis and golf. The winter season offers basketball and cheerleading, and the spring season has lacrosse, track & field, baseball and softball. All of the DC coaches have a passion for young people and a desire to see them Honor God, Develop Character and Pursue Excellence.

Cell Phones

Cell phones may be brought to school, but must be turned off during school hours. Students are to keep their cell phones in their lockers. Emergency calls can be made to/from the Upper School Office (610)353-6522 x2205.

Chapel

Upper School chapel is every Wednesday morning in the DeMoss Auditorium. Students are to be seated with their advisory groups.

Directory

The school directory including current families, students, and school faculty and staff can be found in RenWeb under School-Directory.

Fine Arts

God, the “master artist,” has used men and women to nurture students’ dramatic, musical and visual art training. Our highly dedicated faculty provide space for our students to explore while also stretching them in skill and technique. Student artists are taught to recognize the discipline and dedication needed to truly honor God with their craft. Our students are encouraged to pursue a variety of mediums, with the opportunity to follow a specific sequence of courses to truly develop their artistry. Take advantage of our fine arts program and plug into Upper School band, choir, visual arts and/or theatre.

Honor Roll

The Honor Roll is determined at the end of each report period located on the bottom left of your student’s report card. An average of A or above is necessary for highest honor, A- for high honor, and B for honor. A student is not considered for the honor roll if he/she has a grade lower than C- in any subject or more than one C in any subject.

Inclement Weather

One Call Now® is a telephone and email messaging service used by DC to quickly reach parents with urgent school news such as school closings, delays, and early dismissals. Emergency messages are sent to your primary phone number plus up to three additional phone numbers and four email addresses that you designate. Information is available on our website. Parents need to know both what DC has called and what their district has called to determine busing. Their busing times are based on what the district has called. Check with your local busing to determine delay.

Keycards

All upper school students are required to have their keycards with them at all times during the school day. Replacement keycards are $25.00.

Lockers

Students will be assigned lockers and combinations at Orientation Night. Students are responsible for the care of their lockers.

Lunch/Cafe'

Students will be eating lunch in the café and may either purchase their lunches or bring their own lunches. Students must pay for their purchases through their café account. Students purchasing through their café account must have a balance to cover each purchase; students will not be able to purchase through their account if there is a zero or negative balance. No provision is made for refrigeration. Students should not use glass containers in their lunches.

RenWeb

RenWeb gives your family online access to academic information including assignment grades and progress reports. With your unique RenWeb ID and password, you can view academic records for your children. Other users cannot access your family’s information. You can login by accessing the RenWeb page listed under Parents on the front page of the website.

The Schedule

The school day begins at 8:15 am and ends at 3:00 pm on M, T, Th & Fr. SAIL days are on Wednesdays and have a different schedule with a 9:00 am start time and ending at 3:00 pm. If students choose to participate in a specialized study or arts program their day begins at 8:15 am on Wednesdays as well. Individual student schedules can be viewed via RenWeb.

Student Drivers

Parking spaces are limited. Student drivers must have a parking permit to park on campus. Permits are obtained through the Upper School Office. Parking permit applications are available on the DC website.

Visiting/Security

Please remember that all visitors must check into the Mansion office in order to receive a visitor’s badge that is to be worn during your time on campus.

Information for Back to School and New Students

Everything you need to get ready for the start of school - forms, supply lists, summer reading, and more!

New Family Welcome Guide PDF















Upper Campus (grades 6-12) + Admin
462 Malin Road
Newtown Square, PA 19073

Lower Campus (Grades prek-5)
905 South Waterloo Road
Devon, PA 19333

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Core Values

All we do, teach and learn is rooted in Christ. Learn more about what defines us.

Meet Our Faculty

Exceptional Christian teachers are compelled to care, know and grow our students.

Visit DC

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Christian Scholarship

Echoing Jesus in Thought, Word, and Deed

Staying the Course

Why the study and memorization of God’s Word is a non-negotiable at DC.

SAIL

Experiential learning is at the heart of our Schools for Applied and Innovative Learning.

The Role of Arts in Academia

Why right brain skills are vital for an increasingly left brain world.

Excellence in Choral Arts

Listen to our Award Winning Choirs.

Who We Are

Student athletes honor God, develop Christ-like character and pursue competitive greatness.

Performance Training

Strength and conditioning play an important role for our athletes.

News

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Keynoter

Campus life, athletic recaps, feature articles – read our school magazine.

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The Annual Fund for DC

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