News Archives 2011-2013

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The students and teachers at Calvary Christian School are truly an outstanding bunch! From time to time, we submit newsworthy items to our local newspapers so that we can share what we are doing with our community. This page will highlight the stories that have been shared with the media. If the story was chosen for publishing, the paper and date of publication is also listed.

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Annual Alumni Game. Thanks to all the alumni who came back and participated in this exciting game.

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CCS Highschool students enjoy a formal eveinging together at the annual Winter Formal.

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The students and teachers at Calvary Christian School are truly an outstanding bunch! From time to time, we submit newsworthy items to our local newspapers so that we can share what we are doing with our community. This page will highlight the stories that have been shared with the media. If the story was chosen for publishing, the paper and date of publication is also listed.

Calvary Christian School’s K3-K5 Present a Kindergarten Christmas

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Calvary Christian School Hosts Breakfast with the Grinch

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                   Miss Ashley Love, “The Grinch,” & Miss Heather Wallis          Principal Mark Roland & “The Grinch”

Calvary Christian School’s K4-8th Grades Present Christmas Through a Child’s Eyes

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Grades K4-8 presented the history of  Jesus’ birth through song and scripture,

as well as several traditional Christmas songs.

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The 3rd and 4th grade “Whos” perform “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”

Calvary Christian School Collects Canned Food for Helping Hands of Myrtle Beach

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     Dorothy Glendinning (Senior) Stocks Shelves            Patrick Henson (Senior) and Hunter Gehman (Junior)

                                                                                                unload over 1,100 pounds of food

                                                                                       collected by Calvary Christian School students

Calvary Christian School Participates in Beach Sweep

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CCS students and faculty express their satisfaction with a job well done!

For the second year in a row, students and faculty of CCS joined in the efforts to clean up Myrtle Beach State Park on Saturday, September 18th. Students mindfully combed the dunes and beach looking for any litter or debris they could remove. 

After much work, the students enjoyed a hamburger cookout in a shady picnic area, then hit the beach for games and fun. Students said they enjoyed being a part of the conservation efforts and had even more fun this year than last!


Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to celebrate the goodness of God to us individually and as a school. K3-K4 enjoyed a Thanksgiving Feast as Indians, as 1st – 12th took part in our special Thanksgiving Chapel service. In this service, students took time to publically thank God for His goodness.

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Our Serve-a-thon was a HUGE success. CCS students took the community by storm. From cleaning dog cages at the Humane Society to delivering meals to shut-ins with Meals on Wheels, students took part in all sorts of community service. K3-2nd Worked on campus raking leaves, planting flowers, and speading mulch. 3rd-4th Travelled to a retirement home and a nursing home to minister to the elderly. 5th-6th Took fruit baskets to the Surfside Fire and Police departments to express our gratitude. 7th-12th Helped at Habitat for Humanity, Myrtle Beach Helping Hand, Meals on Wheels, Myrtle Beach Humane Society, and South Strand Helping Hand.

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For the third year in a row, CCS high school students took part in the South Carolina Beach/River Sweep. From soda cans to an old rusty barrell, students and teachers cleaned up Myrtle Beach State Park. “Making Christ Known” is part of our theme for the year and serving in our community in this way is one way in which we seek to accomplish that goal.

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One of the highlights of the year so far was our Spiritual Emphasis trips to the Anchorage Christian Camp (Junior High) and the Wilds Christian Camp(Senior High). During these days students enjoyed many different activities as well as concentrated times of Bible teaching. Through these trips we seek to accomplish our goal of “Knowing Christ and Making Him Known.”

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Our Elementary Classes took time to honor our Grandparents. Students read essays on “Why My Grandparents are the Best”, and sang songs to honor our Grandparents. A special lunch was provided for Grandparents. It was a blessing to see how many Gradparents and Great Grandparents came to this special day. Grandparents, thank you so much for your support!

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Sr. Class Trip to Washington D.C. and the Wilds Christian Camp

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Field Day 2011 As always Field Day was a big hit. A special thank you to Mr. Weeks for coming out. Field Day just wouldn’t be the same with out Mr. Weeks.

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Spring Program: The Lone Stranger With high school students as the actors and the elementary students as the choir, CCS’s spring production of The Lone Stranger was a wonderful experience for all. The theme of “Be Strong In the Lord” provided a wonderful opportunity for students to build character through the use of music and drama.

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Congratulations Patriots

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SCACS Coastal, Area 2A

Conference Champions 2011

Boys JV Team

Undefeated Regular Season 2011

SCACS 2011 Junior Varsity Tournament 2A Runner-Up

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CCS Patriots are Victorious Over Conway Eagles

Calvary defeated Conway 40 to 28 in Friday’s play-off game. Calvary will advance to the Quarter Finals and compete against Emmanuel Christian School’s Crusaders on Tuesday, February 15th in Hartsville, SC.

Calvary Christian School Wraps Up Spirit Week with Homecoming

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2011 Homecoming Representatives

L to R:   Jordan Fields (Jr High Rep), Matt Carter (9th Grade Rep), Katy Mason (Jr High Rep), Chandler Lee (9th Grade Rep),

Amelia Malone (11th Grade Rep), Zoe Lindler (Sr High Rep), Hunter Gehman (11th Grade Rep),

Patrick Henson (Mr. Patriot & Sr High Rep), Dorothy Glendinning (Miss Patriot & 12th Grade Rep),

Daniel Kline (12th Grade Rep), Callie Milligan (8th Grade Rep), Holman Davis (8th Grade Rep),

Blake Blancett (10th Grade Rep), Kaitlyn Chance (7th Grade Rep), Preston Sexton (7th Grade Rep)