Of all the gifts you give during this holiday season, few will have as positive of an impact as the gift you give to TCS.
Each gift helps our school to continue to challenge the students to believe that they “can do all things through Christ who gives them strength.” Philippians 4:13.
Preparation for Life
For centuries, the greatest leaders and thinkers have been classically educated. As Susan Wise Bauer writes in The Well Trained Mind, “Classical education equips students to think clearly, to write and argue persuasively, and to understand where philosophies and ideas come from.
Laying the Spiritual Foundation
At Toledo Christian, one of the integral components to the fulfillment of our mission are weekly chapels, comprised of worship and teaching time. This is a sweet and sometimes challenging time that engages the minds of our students as we seek to passionately follow Christ. More Information
The fifth grade classes kicked off their study of insects with a hunt through the field behind TC and a walk to Lickity Split to get ice cream!read more
God is moving in the lives of our upperclassmen at the Jr./Sr.Retreat!read more
Mrs. Pinkelman’s seventh grade literature classes made meat pies today. This activity was a great way to connect to the culture of C.S. Lewis’s The Horse and His Boy, the novel they are currently studying. The students are learning about God’s providence as well as the fallacy of syncretism.read more
Over 30 alumni participated in the Annual TC Alumni Basketball Tournament that was played on December 26 in the White Center Gymnasium. Congratulations to the winning team who represented the classes of 2006-2010! Mark your calendars for December 26, 2016 and plan to attend this great “holiday homecoming” alumni event! Everyone is invited to attend!!read more
On Saturday, January 16, the District Power of the Pen competition was held at Timberstone Junior High in Sylvania. Over 200 7th and 8th graders from nineteen area schools wrote original stories or compositions based on three separate prompts. TCS was represented by seven middle school students. One student, seventh grader Mackenzie Slagle, placed sixth […]read more