We welcome the 2019-20 school year with open arms! We miss our students and we are ready to see what God has in store for the upcoming year. We pray that students had a fun and safe summer break and that they are mentally prepared to start the new year strong.
Summer Sports Workouts
Our students spent the summer participating in sports workouts in order to prepare their muscles for upcoming Fall sports. Students also prepared their minds for the upcoming school year by practicing math skills on iXL and participating in summer reading.
Class of 2019
Our 8th grade graduating class of 2019! We are proud of all of your hard work and the influence you’ve left in our lives and the lives of your fellow students. We will miss your bright smiles and personalities around campus but we wish you the best in this new season of life!
Congratulations to Maggie B. and Jonathan R. for being awarded “Athlete of the Year” for our 2018-19 school year! Also, an extra special congratulations to Jonathan R. for being chosen as Valedictorian of the 8th grade graduating class of 2019! We are so proud of the two of you!
Scholar’s Bowl Winners
Our junior high Scholar’s Bowl finished their season with Team A finishing 3rd in our division and Team B finishing 1st place in our division! Congratulations to both teams and their awesome successes!
Mission Trip to Reynosa, Mexico
Over winter break, students from Covenant Christian School had the privilege to travel to Reynosa, Mexico to serve at Big Heart Orphanage. Nineteen people went to serve the ministry in Reynosa by pouring concrete for new sidewalks and investing in the children. We are proud and thankful to have students with servant hearts and a willingness to work in 40-degree rainy weather. Click the following link to watch their video: Mexico 2019 video.mp4
Some of our CCS 5th grade students had a piece of their artwork published in the “2018-19 Young Authors’ Anthology” by the Metro Mobile Literacy Council. We are so proud of them!
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!
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!
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!
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.