Scholar’s Bowl Champions!
Our A-team finished the season UNDEFEATED with their final regular competition win over Alba with a score of 280-85! B-team also had a big win against Alba with a score of 260-35, finishing the season with 4 wins and 1 loss by only 5 points. Congratulations to both teams!
CONGRATULATIONS to our Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball teams on winning their Championship games! Both teams had an incredible season: the boys were undefeated & the girls finished out their season 8-3. Go Eagles!
Setting a Good Example
Mrs. Revelle and Mrs. Hollstein’s 3rd grade classes joined forces with the K3 and K4 classes to read to them. At CCS, we love observing our older students being mentors to the younger grades.
What Comes After the Rain
Avari A posing with her painting, “What Comes After the Rain.” Avari placed 1st in the 6-8th grade category for MAWSS competition “Fun With Water.”
Covenant Celebrates a Coastal Christmas
As part of an annual tradition, our 7th and 8th grade art students decorated a special Christmas tree with ornaments made by our K5-8th grade art students. This coastal inspired Christmas tree was on display at the Starbucks on the corner of Hillcrest and Grelot Road.
Our students and faculty enjoyed rewinding to the 80’s for Homecoming Week! Covenant was established as a school in the Fall of 1983. Between 80’s fashion, pop culture, and vintage games, we feel as though we were properly able to celebrate the beginning!
Mrs. Jessica and our K3 students are enjoying their 1st year at Covenant! We are so blessed to have these sweet faces on campus with us! If you are interested in joining our K3 class, call the school office at 251-633-8055.
Cross Country Winners
Congratulations to Coach Rush and the Cross Country team for winning 1st place in the girls division at their 1st meet of the season! Covenant Christian School placed 5 runners in the top 20, three of which made it in the top 10. Great job Lady Eagles!
Our science department received a $2,000 grant from Voya Financial! This grant will be used to launch a program called “Backyard Brains,” which will combine our science and math departments to open the doors of neuroscience and prosthetics in a junior high elective class.
Golden Apple Award
Bill Riales from WKRG News 5 – along with Swift Supply, Riviera Utilities, and the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office – presented Mrs. Haataja with the Golden Apple Award! Congratulations to the best middle school science teacher around! Her interview aired on WKRG News 5 on November 13th during the 5pm newscast. We love Mrs. Haataja and all the wonderful things she does for us at CCS!