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North County Christian School is currently enrolling students from Preschool age 3 through 12th grade for the 2017-2018 school year. NCCS is offering an incentive discount of $1,500 off the cost of full tuition for new 6th and 12th grade students only.
Nearly 30 Lutheran schools throughout the St. Louis area will begin National Lutheran Schools Week (Jan. 22-29, ) with a special Lutheran Schools Winter Open House event Sunday, Jan. 22 from 1-3 p.m.
Participating North area schools include Atonement Lutheran and Salem Lutheran in Florissant, Our Redeemer in Overland and River Roads Lutheran in north St. Louis. Grace Chapel Lutheran in Bellefontaine Neighbors will host their event on an alternate date – Sunday, Feb. 12, from 1-3 p.m. The schools are members of the St. Louis-based Lutheran Elementary School Association (LESA).
MLK ORATORY ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS: North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice recently held its Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s Oratory Essay Contest at John Knox Presbyterian Church. President Rance Thomas said that “we truly have some outstanding winners this year and they include four students and one adult.” Each winner receivied $100 prize money each will present their winning essays at the Dr. King Celebration at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley on Jan. 15. Everyone is welcome.
All the Catholic Schools in the Northeast Deanery of the St. Louis of the St. Louis Archdiocese will hold open houses on Sunday, Jan. 29. The Open House are in order to promote Catholic education and increase enrollment in the deanery’s elementary schools. The push for increasing enrollment comes as the Archdiocese examines ways to combine and close school across the region. The Archdiocese had announced that all schools in the Northeast Deanery of St. Louis will remain open in 2017-18
North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice recently held its Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s Oratory Essay Contest at John Knox Presbyterian Church. President Rance Thomas said that “we truly have some outstanding winners this year and they include four students and one adult.”
At its recent Annual Awards Dinner North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice presented awards to a number of outstanding individuals. A major recipient was Michael McMillan, president/CEO of the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis who received the Human Relations Award for his outstanding acheivement in bringing individuals and organizations together to deal with many problems that exist within the area including Ferguson.« Previous Entries Next Entries »