Join us as we celebrate what God has done among the CSAGH community at our 2nd annual Benefit Gala! Live music, a featured speaker, delicious food and over $100,000 worth of superb auction items to bid on. Select items are available for online bidding.
Featuring Special Speaker Jeremy Samek of the PA Family Institute.
It’s an evening of fun and celebration with a goal to raise $90,000 as we close the 2018/19 school year!
Harrisburg Christian School welcomes you to come and experience this year’s musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Be enchanted as our students share this “tale as old as time”! Reserved Gold Circle Seating is $15, General Admission is $10, and children under 4 come for free!
Interested in having your son or daughter meet the cast? Participate in this year’s “Beauty and the Beast Experience!”. You are invited to join us after the 1:00 PM show on Saturday, March 16th for an Experience with the characters. Children are encouraged to dress up in costumes and can meet and greet with the characters on-stage and on-set. They will receive a Passport Book to get autographs and photos. They will also receive a goodie bag at the end of their experience. Tickets for this experience can be pre-purchased at the School Office for $5 by Thursday, March 7th (or $7 at the show).”
Basketball season has arrived! Make your plans now to get out to HCS on Friday, Dec. 7th and Saturday, Dec. 8th to cheer on the HCS Varsity Girls’ and Varsity Boys’ Basketball Teams in the 12th Annual HCS Tip-Off Invitational Tournament! Season passes will be honored for the tournament. Admission for non-season pass holders is $5 per day for adults and $2 per day for students. For more information on obtaining a season pass, click here. The schedule for the tournament this Friday and Saturday is as follows:
4:00 PM Varsity Girls Millersburg HS vs Harrisburg Christian
5:30 PM Varsity Girls Fairfield HS vs Hanover HS
7:00 PM Varsity Boys Fairfield HS vs Millersburg HS
8:30 PM Varsity Boys Harrisburg Academy vs Harrisburg Christian
is our class of 2027! This wonderful group of youngsters just completed their Kindergarten year and celebrated their accomplishments with a program entitled, “I Am a Promise” by Bill and Gloria Gaither. The play is based on Jeremiah 29:11 which states, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declared the LORD. “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you hope and a future.” The entire evening revolved around the many things these young children learned in school this year: discovering a life of obedience, the possibilities before them in Christ. His promise for their future…
The evening concluded with a reception hosted by HCS’ First Grade parents. On display at the reception were pictures of the Kindergartners holding signs of what they would like to be when they grow up. The reception was a beautiful illustration of transformation into a new creation when one accepts Christ as Savior. Our class of 2027 has started the race well.
Running the Race…
Literally and figuratively as the HCS Track Team ran away with victories in both the Boys’ and Girls’ CCAC Track Championships. An all-time high of eleven HCS athletes competed in the PIAA District 3 Track Championships and garnered a total of nine medals: Senior Matt Barninger – 2nd place 800m; Junior Maachi Clark – 1st place Triple Jump, 3rd place High Jump, 8th place Long Jump; Senior Kalina Jenkins – 8th place 100m Hurdles; senior Nicole Leonzo – 1st place 200m, 1st place 400m, 2nd place 100m; and Sophomore Zach Schack – 6th place Discus.
Additionally, three members of the HCS Track and Field Team qualified for the PIAA State Championships. Nicole Leonzo became the 2015 PIAA State Silver Medalist, finishing 2nd in 400m with a time of 57:01! Nicole has received a Liberty University Track Scholarship and will be attending Liberty to study Kinesiology. Matt Barninger and Maachi Clark also qualified and competed in the PIAA State Track & Field Championships. Matt competed in the 800 preliminaries. He will be attending East Stroudsburg University as an English major. Maachi competed in the Triple Jump and finished 10th.
Governor Wolf Gov. Tom Wolf has announced that all K-12 schools in Pennsylvania will be closed for 10 business days due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Beginning Monday, March 16th, CSAGH Schools will be closed for two weeks and will make the transition to “distant learning”. It is important to note that CSAGH does NOT have any confirmed cases of COVID-19.
During this closure, in order to keep students’ academic skills sharp and to eliminate disruption of the educational process, students will have assigned schoolwork. Early next week, students will be given 3 “vacation days” (Monday – Wednesday) while faculty and staff meet to implement our distant learning plan. More information will be sent via email early next week to thoroughly explain student, teacher, and parent expectations for schoolwork during the closure.