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Take a minute, in this season . . .

This holiday season, be awed by the beauty of Mary’s faith, Joseph’s obedience and the miraculous birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
John 14:6 ESV
Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life.
No one comes to the Father except through me.
God is inviting us to pause and reflect on the great love He has for us in the wonderful gift of His Son.
Enjoy some time with God and with your family in this season.
Excerpted from:
Preparing Hearts and Minds to Serve Christ
Academic Excellence – employing educational practices, methods, technology and tools that exceed state and national standards; empowering students to reach their full potential and prepare them for their educational and vocational future.
Biblical Foundation – utilizing curriculum and instruction that recognizes that all truth and knowledge is rooted in God’s divinely inspired Word and that imparts a Biblical worldview to students so they see themselves, others, and their world through Christ’s eyes.
Christ Centered Community – providing a relationally, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and morally safe environment, led by administrators, staff, and teachers, who in partnership with parents, model Christ and serve as examples for students to develop Christ-centered lives.

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Book Signing December 15

There will be a book sale on Friday, December 15th for Blake Sebring's book about Marc Davidson's journey through life and cancer. This will take place in the HS commons at 6pm before the Braves' varsity basketball game vs. Canterbury at 7:30pm that evening. Books can be purchased that night for $20 and author Blake Sebring and Lisa Davidson will both be available to sign any copies for those that purchase a book that night.
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Semester Exams

Blackhawk Christian Secondary School will have three days set aside for semester exams, and students will take final semester exams in each appropriate subject. The exams are summative in nature and count as 10% of the student’s semester grade. A special schedule has been created for the exam days with exams in the morning followed by a noon dismissal. Students may leave school following their last exam period of the day or may arrive in time for their first exam of the day if they do not have an exam scheduled during one of these slots.

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