YOU ARE INVITED
You and your friends are invited to attend the special J–Term Showcase and Open House on Friday, January 12, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the high school campus. The evening begins with display booths set up in our Arts & Athletic Center, and high school students sharing their J–Term experiences as they explored God’s call on their lives through service, mission, travel, and hands-on academic courses. These experiences included mission trips, Habitat for Humanity construction projects, business internships, enrichment activities in the arts, scientific explorations, spirit-filled worship conferences, physical fitness, and service-oriented projects.
An assembly from 6:00 to 7:00 will follow showcasing personal testimonies, videos, and dance performances from students who will tell how God was revealed to them over the past two weeks during J-Term.
At 7:00 p.m., an Open House for families interested in learning more about the high school and its Christ-centered curriculum is scheduled. The Open House will begin in the Arts & Athletic Center Student Union. Teachers, staff members, and coaches will be available to answer questions and a school tour will follow. The Open House will run until 8:00 p.m.
For more information, call Delmarva Christian High School at 302-856-4040.
J–Term: Exploring His Call
J-Term is a critical component of the education of students at Delmarva Christian High School. J-Term allows students to explore God’s calling on their lives through service, mission, travel, and hands-on academic courses. DCHS students have the unique opportunity to jettison the traditional academic setting and develop a greater understanding of their God given passions. The J-Term experience challenges students to grow — spiritually, academically, and physically. New friendships are formed and relationships with teachers are strengthened as students and staff work together in a variety of settings, on campus and around the world. Finally, J-Term serves as a catalyst energizing students and staff for the second half of the school year. J-Term is key to accomplishing the mission of school — to proclaim the Gospel by preparing students spiritually, academically, and physically to know and do God’s will in their lives.