Students at Delmarva Christian Schools are back to school at the Georgetown and Milton campuses. After a year of growth and increased interest, the school system welcomes back over 500 students for the 2022-2023 school year.
At the high school, the first day was dedicated to new high school students who spent time learning their schedules and configuring accounts and technology. Students engaged in team-building exercises orchestrated by Athletic Director, Keith Stonebraker and praise and enjoyed worship performed by Royals Worship. The high school program of study fully prepares students for post-secondary experiences with courses like Biblical Life Calling, Apologetics, and Senior Thesis Project designed to allow students discuss and debate their foundational values and unique design.
At the Milton Campus, Pre-K to eighth grade students gathered for the New Family Welcome on August 22 followed by the first day of school on August 24. “"There is a special feeling on Delmarva Christian's Milton Campus for the start of this school year,” DCMC Principal, Drew Jensen. “I believe it's due to a combination of great students and families, an amazing staff and the truth that God is at work in the midst of the two." The DCMC program consists of an innovative science, language arts and math curriculum, foreign language, computer technology, physical education, and visual and performing arts.
DCS also announced it’s 2022-2023 school theme, Not my Own. "Each year we take time to reflect upon our DCS culture and the culture at large to dive into scripture and allow the Lord to lay upon our hearts direction for the next school year by way of a school-wide theme” DCS Head of School, Matt Kwiatkowski. “Our journey of better understanding who God is and how He has wired us is so that we can better know how to use our gifts, strengths, and passions to serve others to be His hands and feet.”