Delmarva Christian Schools Embark on a New School Year, Stronger Together
Delmarva Christian Schools, a non-denomiational Christian school, opens the school year with a historic high of 570 students returns to school.
Delmarva Christian kicked off the academic year with a series of engaging events. New Student Orientation Day and a Back to School BBQ on August 15 marked the initiation of the school's interactions with incoming high school students and their families. The official return to campus took place on August 16 with staff members warmly welcoming students at the entrance.
PreK to grade eight students recently gathered on August 21 for an engaging back-to-school night. The event featured complimentary Kona Ice treats and opportunities for students to connect with their educators. Students reunited with their peers and familiarized themselves with their learning environment. On, August 23, students embarked on their academic journey for the year as they returned to campus for the first official day of school.
Addressing the excitement of the new school year, Matt Kwiatkowski, DCS Head of Schools, expressed, "With a student population that has reached our school's historic high of 570, and a dynamic team of over 90 staff members, including 11 new additions, nurturing and safeguarding a school culture deeply rooted in pursuing Jesus, discovering His unique callings, and fostering genuine care for one another remains central to our identity as an exceptional Christian school."
Central to the upcoming school year is a powerful theme, inspired by Ephesians 4:16, that encapsulates the essence of unity and shared purpose. The theme for 2023-2024 centers around the interconnectedness of individuals as a unified body, fostering a sense of community, and promoting collaboration in service. "Throughout the year, the theme of 'Stronger Together' will guide us towards deeper unity, fellowship, and purposeful engagement, highlighting the profound impact of collaboration,” Matt Kwiatkowski.
Delmarva Christian Schools offer a comprehensive educational experience to a diverse range of students. The school caters to students in grades 9-12 at the high school in Georgetown, while also providing educational services to young toddlers through eighth graders in Milton.
For inquiries and further information, interested individuals can reach out to the high school at 302-856-4040, the Milton campus at 302-684-4983, or the Early Learning Center at 302-684-2886
Colleen Maglione, Second Grade Teacher and Elementary Lead Teacher greets a new student at Back to School Night on August 21.
Kindergarten teacher Brenda Warrington welcomes students to class on the first day of school.
High School Principal, Nathan Benjamin addresses the high school student body on the first day of school.
Development & Alumni Relations Coordinator Jason Matthews and student worship leaders Keely Kondracki and Layni Dukes lead the student body in praise and worship.