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Coach Reggie Parks named the next Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach
Varsity baseball comes back to beat Plumstead Christian and earn a spot in Wednesday's District Championship.
Complete the PIAA Physical form for the 18-19 school year!
The Delaware County Christian School gives thanks for its sixty-first graduating class. Join us as we celebrate the 72 members of the Class of 2018 at our annual Commencement on Friday, June 1, at 7:30pm.
For the third year in a row, DC Robotics Team 1267C received international recognition for their design and innovation skills in robotics.
Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of Little Women who received nine nominations from the Greater Philadelphia Cappies Association.
Congratulations to members of the Class of 2018 who have been accepted to over 100 different colleges and universities. We thank God for these students who embody DC's core value of Scholarship by cultivating their God-given intellects to become passionate, life-long learners.
Spring Sports Day is expanding to athletic competitions on both Friday and Monday. Make plans to get out and support our teams all weekend.
The fall 2018 season is being put together and there are some key dates that you will want to take a special interest in.
Lower school students and their parents recently enjoyed an evening together participating in interactive workshops exploring STEM, Humanities, and the Arts. This annual event also includes the lower school art show and band concert.
Senior Danielle Strafford is a gold medal winner in the 2018 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards National Medal Competition sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. Danielle received this distinction for her sculpture submission "John the Baptist."
With new records in attendance and giving, DC's Annual Fund Dinner and Auction raised just over $110,000 to further the mission and ministry of Delaware County Christian School.
Prospective parents and students are encouraged to attend an upcoming Discovery Day to experience Delaware County Christian School first hand.
DC's award winning theatre department delighted audiences young and old with its recent production of Little Women.
The Knight Tones Select Choir traveled to England in March for a week-long tour where they performed several concerts highlighting the music of English composers from the Renaissance through modern day.
Onimus to play Lacrosse at Arcadia University
Please make note of the following important dates pertaining to the 2018-19 academic year. Additional school events will be added in the near future.
Congratulations to the varsity boys basketball team who captured the third PIAA District 1 Boys Championship in DC's history with a 44-40 victory over Dock Mennonite Academy. With this win, the team now advances to the first round of the PIAA State Tournament.
Our award winning theatre department is thrilled to bring the musical adaptation of Little Women to the stage. Check for new showtimes.
Three swimmers competing in the District Meet this weekend and both varsity basketball teams will compete in the District 1 Finals Saturday.
Delaware County Christian School is seeking a Middle School Girls' Lacrosse Coach (Spring 2018).
Shirley Piotrowski is the January Athlete of the Month
Spring Sports will officially kick off on Monday, March 5th for JV and Varsity teams. Middle School sports teams start March 12th
Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball finish up the regular season and look forward to the BAL and District 1 AA Playoffs.
Lower school students kicked off their annual Read-a-thon during a special assembly on Friday, January 26.
Over 90 middle and high school teams will converge on DC's Upper Campus for the annual VEX Robotics Tournament on Saturday, January 27th. Qualifying teams from the tournament will advance to the PA State Championships in March.
DC's Mock Trial team is in the midst of another exciting season of competition including an exciting defeat against Episcopal Academy in the team's first court appearance.
Congratulations to Abby Chung who placed second chair oboe at the District 12 PMEA Band Festival at Marple Newtown High School on January 11-13. She will advance on to the Region Band Festival being hosted at the Valley Forge Military Academy on February 22-24.
Upper school students recently participated in a day of service organized by St. Paul's Baptist Church in West Chester, PA to commemorate Martin Luther King's birthday.
Students in grades Pre-K to 5th grade participated in a recent school assembly titled, WOW (Wonders of Water) presented by Connie Nye of S.W.E.E.T. (Sweet Water Education Events Training).

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