School News

“Love Our Gulf” Competition

Congratulations to our award winning CCS Art students in this years’ “Love Our Gulf” Youth Art Competition. Our winning students in the sculpture category: Emory (1st), Anne Elise (2nd), and Kimber (3rd). Our winning students in the digital art category: Chloe (1st), Avari (2nd), and Kathy (3rd).

Eagle Pride Representatives

During our recent Homecoming Week, students and teachers selected several students from 6th-8th grade as Eagle Pride Representative Nominees. Nominees are chosen based on school spirit, extra-curricular participation, and demonstration of respect towards God and others. One overall Eagle Pride Representative is then selected from that group. Nominees included: Zoe, Jesse, Olivia (6th grade winner), Gavin, Reagan (7th grade winner), Luke, Lilly, Tatiana, Anne Elise, and Jonathan (8th grade winner). Congratulations students!

J-1:7 Performance

Our Junior High music group, J-1:7, went on a field trip to perform at the Mobile Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Thank you Anne Elise, Chloe, Haylie, and Nathan for volunteering your time and talents to bless others. Special thanks to Mr. Marrero for being such a talented and patient music teacher!

CCS Spelling Bee

Congratulations Landon for winning 1st place at the CCS Spelling Bee competition! We are so very proud of your hard work and dedication. The winning words that Landon spelled correctly were “exordium” and “tergiversation.”

Backyard Brains

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.

Cross Country Championship

Our cross country team completed their season with several high finishes at the championship meet. The girls finished a very close 2nd in the Mobile Area Youth XC League Championship, which is their highest finish to date. Team members included: (from left to right) Luke, Elva, Zoe, Morgan, Graci, Jonathan, Natalie, Coach Rush, Adelynn, Elizabeth, Kathy, and Narae. (Not pictured: Darien and Paul).

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!

Special Visit

Our art students thoroughly enjoyed their visit with Mr. Ricky Trione! He has become such a special blessing to the school and Mrs. Marrero throughout the years. We always look forward to meeting with this inspirational and talented artist.

All Conference Player

Congratulations Kimber on being awarded CCS All Conference Player for Varsity Volleyball! We are so proud of you and all your hard work and team spirit. Keep up the good work!

Cornhole Tournament Winners

Congratulations to Cam and Lane for winning the grand prize at our 1st annual Fundraiser Kick-Off Cornhole Tournament! The event was such a success with 11 teams that played hard and enjoyed some friendly competition. A special thanks to Briquettes Steakhouse, LoDa Bier Garten, Yellowhammer Coffee, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Texas Roadhouse, and Chick-fil-A for donating our prizes!

End of 1st Quarter

Our teachers have had a great 1st quarter investing in, loving on, and teaching the students. As our Student Handbook states, “We believe our Creator put us on this earth to teach. We will faithfully teach for His glory and accept our daily successes humbly, knowing that His grace has guided us.” We love our students!

CPR & First Aid Training

As of September 12th, all staff at Covenant Christian School are certified in CPR, AED, and First Aid! This training enables our teachers and staff members to assist in both minor accidents and life-threatening situations. Our goal is to keep our students and faculty as safe as physically possible.

New Assistant Principal

We would like to welcome Mr. Lugo as the new Assistant Principal. Mr. Lugo is excited about working with the staff and students at Covenant Christian School. He is ready to partner with the parents in shaping their child’s future for the plans God has set before them. We are extremely grateful for his time and effort. We look forward to this year of having him on campus with us!