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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
News
  1. Oct
    23
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    Parent/Teacher Conferences (Eagle’s Nest-5th Grade) – No School

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  2. Oct
    23
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    Feed My Starving Children

    TCS families can serve at the Feed My Starving Children event on Oct 23-25. Each of the 12 shifts has room for more volunteers, and each volunteer will pack an average of 200 meals in 2 hours. Watch the video below to learn about this great event and visit www.millionmealsalliance.com to sign up!

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  3. Oct
    23
    TCares

    TCares Work Day

    Parents we need your help. We are in need of parent volunteers from 8:15-2:30 pm on Thursday, October 23, 2014. This is a great way to spend time with your son or daughter and meet the other students in his or her House. If you are able to volunteer or have any questions, please contact […]

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  1. Oct
    22
    Dr. Clint Longenecker

    Dr. Clint Longenecker kicks off our Leadership Series

    The Junior and Senior Leadership Series, orchestrated by Grant Sims (class of ’09), is an informal lunch setting for our upperclassmen to hear from outstanding local leaders.  At Toledo Christian we educate, disciple, and prepare tomorrow’s leaders to impact the world for Christ. The Leadership Series is a great example of one of the key […]

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  2. Oct
    13
    French 3

    French 3 Class has Special Visit

    On October 9, the French 3 classes had the opportunity to host Dr. and Mrs. Adama Dembélé,  along with Nurse Peggy Drake, from the West African nation of Burkina Faso. The guests fielded questions posed by the students in French as they learned about the sports, foods, and need of clean water and better education […]

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  3. Oct
    07
    Prediger

    Komen race filled with big, little miracles

    Minutes before the race begins, bagpipers play “Amazing Grace” because while so many are here to celebrate and renew hope others are absent and lovingly remembered. This is a real Thanksgiving, I think. How many of us have ever met a pilgrim? But are any of us untouched by cancer? You can’t hear “Amazing Grace” […]

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  4. Sep
    18
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    Luke Sims, Class of 2011

    This passionate spirit to help people with disabilities is coming to Bowling Green through a collaborative effort between BGSU alum Paul Hooker ’75, founder of the non-profit, and senior business student Luke Sims. The two are launching a RallyCap Sports program at the Bowling Green Campus, starting with a kickoff on Sunday, October 19 at […]

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  5. Sep
    08
    Smile

    School Pictures

    School pictures were taken on September 4 and 5. Picture retakes will take place on Tuesday, October 14.

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EXPANDALL

tcs 14090068 FallGalaFaceLogo_Page_2 (2)On behalf of Toledo Christian Schools, you are cordially invited to attend the 2014 Fall Gala: “The Art of Laughter” on Friday, November 14, 2014, 6:00 p.m. at Hilton Garden Inn in Perrysburg.

Ordained minister and professional entertainer Lyndy Phillips has performed all over the United States for more than two decades and will be our Keynote Speaker. He has made Christian audiences laugh with his insightful blend of comedic storytelling, sleight-of-hand illusions, and audience interaction. Lyndy’s program will entertain, encourage, and inspire all age groups. The evening will also include an inspirational live portrait artist and a message from one of our alumni.

Dinner reservations can be made by contacting Mike Bartley at mbartley@toledochristian.com or call 419-389-8700, extension 154 by Friday, November 7, 2014.