Fine Arts

Academic Excellence in a Christ-Centered Environment

Academics_2_Lower School_2_ImageTCS'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.

“I am so moved every time I am around the Faculty, Students, Parents and Staff.  No knock on Public Schools or other Private Schools, but I don’t believe there is anything else comparable in NW Ohio. If you feel like something is missing in your child’s education, it is worth your time to check it out. Truly wish we had discovered it sooner.” – HS Parent

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We Strive for Excellence in our Athletic Programs

football - Version 2Athletics_4_Image 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.
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Excellence in the Arts

Fine Arts_5_Theatre_6_Image 2At 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.
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Upcoming Events
  1. Apr
    Young Rembrandts

    Young Rembrandts Spring Art Show

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  2. May
    Teddy Bear

    Teddy Bear Picnic

    The event will be held on Thursday, May 22, from approximately 11:15-2:15.  If the weather is nice we will eat a picnic lunch out on the athletic field, but if not we will eat in my classroom.  We may need one gym for part of our races and indoor activities if it’s available after 12:00. […]

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  1. Apr

    Ben Schoen to Compete Against Worlds Best in Hockey

    Hockey? The funnest sport in the world to play according to Ben Schoen a 5th grader in Mrs. Kujawa’s class. Ben will play against some of the best players in the world on April 29 – May 3, 2014 in Bologna, Italy. Ben was invited along with 70 other players who flew in from around […]

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  2. Apr

    Dr. Matt Kutz and “Contextual Intelligence”

    The Junior and Senior Leadership Series led by Grant Sims class of 2009 welcomed Dr. Matt Kutz Toledo Christian class of 1991 on Thursday April 17. Dr. Kutz is a Fullbright Scholar and Professor at Bowling Green State University. Dr. Kutz shared the meaning of “Contextual Intelligence with the students and challenged them to work […]

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  3. Apr
    ACSI Festival

    ACSI HS Band, Choir & Arts Festival Results

    The Fine Arts Department traveled to Cedarville on April 4th & 5th to compete in the ACSI HS Band, Choir, and Fine Arts Festival. The Band received a Superior rating (the highest possible), with many positive comments from the judges about how musically they played, and with great maturity of sound. Cantala received a Superior […]

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  4. Apr
    Katie Trumbull

    Katie Trumbull Aims for Singing Career

    Toledo Christian School eighth grader-Katie Trumbull, 14, has received three consecutive summer scholarships to the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp in northern Michigan. This year, her entire six-week stay at the summer arts camp will be dedicated to musical theater. Click here to read the full Blade article:  Katie Trumbull

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  5. Apr

    I Love the 80′s Auction!

    The night was a lot of fun and fellowship for our TC Community!  A big thank you to the auction committee and to you for your participation and generosity.  If you did not get the chance to be a part of our Barnabas Scholarship giving please consider a gift today.  Give Kim Gibson a call […]

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