Fine Arts

Academic Excellence in a Christ-Centered Environment

Academics_2_Lower School_2_Image TCS’s programming is well-planned and organized using creative, innovative instructional strategies that support, challenge and link current learning to experience and previous learning. But the most impressive fact about TCS is that our students really do love to learn and grow here. We are preparing the next generation of Christian leaders to have strong minds and strong faith to go out and make a difference in the world. View More

We Strive for Excellence in our Athletic Programs

football - Version 2 Winning is a by-product of excellence. We may lose at times, but we measure ourselves by excellence. If we have used our talents to our fullest, given our all during the contest, and exemplified the character of Christ during competition…then we consider ourselves as having been successful. View More

Excellence in the Arts

Fine Arts_5_Theatre_6_Image 2 At TCS, we work to develop whole human beings – academically, athletically, artistically, and spiritually. In our fine arts department, we strive to bring glory to God in all that we do. Whether our students are future fine arts majors, or simply take part in them as a hobby, we aim to create people who are life-long participators in and appreciators of the arts. View More
Upcoming Events
  1. Jan

    OMEA HS Solo and Ensemble

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  2. Feb
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    Spiritual Emphasis

    We are in the midst of preparations for the High School Spiritual Emphasis taking place on February 2 & 3. Please pray for this event that hearts would be set on fire for Jesus Christ and that God will use it for His glory.

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  3. Feb
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    Flight Club Boosters Meeting

    Join Booster Club President, Neil Moon for a Flight Club Meeting in the TCS Library. This is a great way to get involved and help with our athletic programs! All are welcome!

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  1. Jan

    The Great Shake

    On Friday January 30, Toledo Christian will be holding Part 2 of its First Annual Great Shake Competition where Middle School students will be competing in hand shaking and conversation skills. In part 1, all 106 middle school students gave a 2-minute power speech to a panel of parents and community members. The top 25 […]

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  2. Jan

    Good Luck Logan!

    10th grader Logan Maccariella has been accepted into an International Competition called The Dubois Piano Competition. Only twenty students from around the country were selected to participate. This event will be held on Saturday, February 14 at the Kobacker Hall at Bowling Green State University. Good luck, Logan!

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  3. Jan

    ACSI Spelling Bee Results

    5 schools participated in the ACSI Spelling Bee this year. The results are as follows: 1st Grade: 1st Place – Lucas Graham, Participant – Christopher Gleason; 2nd Grade: 1st Place – Jordyn Fedderke, 2nd Place – Rachel Donkor, Participant – Mackenzie Kingston; 3rd Grade: Participants – Ellasyn Brookens & Gavin Justus; 4th Grade: 1st Place […]

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  4. Jan

    Great Shake Competition

    Great Shake Competition – This Friday, January 16, is the first event of the Great Shake Competition for MS students. Students will prepare a 2-minute speech to be given in front of a panel of parents and community members. The top 25 students will compete in a meet and greet with community leaders on Friday, […]

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  5. Jan
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    Mason Hecklinger 2nd Team All State Soccer

    Special congratulations to Mason Hecklinger for being awarded 2nd Team All State in Soccer!

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