Foundation Golf Outing

A very special thank you to all our golfers, sponsors and donors to our 2018 Grandville Calvin Christian School Foundation Golf Event held on May 19, 2018!

We had 30 teams participate at Thornapple Pointe Golf Course.  We had a rainy start but it cleared up and the golfers were able to complete all 18 holes.

The event raised $21,000 for the Foundation which is invested.  Each year the Foundation gifts the school with a portion of the investments helping to keep tuition lower.

Join us in thanking our sponsors shown below for their generous support.  Make sure to thank them as you visit their place of business.

A special thank you to the following volunteers for helping us make our event a success. We couldn’t have done it without you.

Pat Bykerk, Tom Glover, Tammy Groen, Ivy Kuipers, Sharlene Jouwstra, Ben Krombeen, Sheri Winters, & Julie VanSolkema

Below are the winners in the divisions

ALUMNI DIVISION WINNERS: Chris Cnossen, Kevin VanPopering, Jeff Wassink, Kyle Hyma with a 60

MEN’S DIVISION WINNERS: Craig Nagelkirk, Tim Behrens, Scott Vredevoogd, Reg Schierbeek with 63

COED DIVISION WINNERS: Doug Kuipers, Larry Kuipers, Rachel Kuipers, Elizabeth Kuipers with 67

LONGEST PUTT : Mark Meengs

LONGEST DRIVE WOMEN: Rachel Kuipers

LONGEST DRIVE MEN: Dan Olthoff

CLOSEST TO THE PIN: Matt Veltema

Enjoy the photos of the golfers.  They look a little soggy in some photos, but they stuck it out to the end.

Profe Gives Plates to Graduating Seniors

At the end of the year, Profe VanderSluis asks her Spanish 4 Seniors to design a unique image using their favorite Bible verse. After collecting the drawings, she has each one made into a dinner plate and presents them to the Seniors as graduation gifts. As the plates make their way to dorms or apartments in the fall, she hopes the verses will offer the students a reminder of God’s great love for them all.

 

Out on the Boat for Biology Class!

After a long winter, it sure feels good to be outside! Honors Biology students met for class on a boat last week as they collected and analyzed water samples from various locations on Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan. A great day spent learning about God’s creation!

“Mary Poppins” Musical

The Calvin Christian Dramatic Society presents “Mary Poppins” 

 DATES: March 1 & 2, 7PM. March 3, 5PM

LOCATION: Godwin Heights HS Auditorium.

TICKETS: $10 adults/ $7 non-CCHS students
No charge for CCHS students with student ID

Tickets available at the Calvin Christian High School Office or at the door

Punch and cookies will be sold during intermission

Squires Featured on Game of the Week

On February 9, Jason Hutton (from Fox 17) and Bret Bakita featured the Calvin Christian Squires on the Game of the Week Basketball Blitz podcast for 96.1 ESPN. The Squires beat NorthPointe in a final score of 73-51.

At halftime, CCHS student Turner Terborg sunk his 1/2 court shot, winning new uniforms for both the boys and girls varsity basketball teams! A few minutes later, NorthPointe senior luke Blickley hit his 1/2 court shot as well! Check out the MLive Article for the full story.

Thanks to Jason and Bret for visiting Calvin Christian and for our new uniforms from Addix Gear coming this week!!!!

Scheduling Information 18-19

 

The counselors are excited to begin designing 2018-19 class schedules that meet the needs and interests of each unique student.  To view our course offerings, graduation requirements, and additional learning opportunities, please access the Scheduling Information posted by the Counseling Office.

CCHS Grad Elected to City Planning Commission

The Walker City Commission recently voted to add CCHS alum Elaina Huizenga​ to the city’s Planning Commission. Elaina began volunteering for the city during high school and she has spent the last two summers working as an intern with the Michigan Department of Transportation. At 20 years of age, Huizenga is believed to be the youngest person ever appointed to the city’s Planning Commission. Congratulations Elaina! Check out the entire MLive article here!

Middle Ages Week

The Calvin Christian Middle School traveled back in time to the Middle Ages this week. Middle school students learned all about the Middle Ages through classroom instruction, projects, costumes and fun activities. We began the week by designing catapults and a tug of war. At the Middle Ages Fair on Friday, we danced, juggled, played games and posed for pictures. Local experts also brought historical artifacts, including swords, helmets and dolls. It was a great week of learning and fun!

Family Superhero Movie Night

 

Please join us for an INCREDIBLE night of family fun on Saturday, January 20

Family Activities, Games & Crafts at 5:30 PM
Free Movie & Snacks at 6:30 PM

Bring Your Own Blankets or Beach Chairs 

 

KIDS & PARENTS: Feel free to dress up for the parade of heroes!                                                                                                                     

$5 donation per person ($20 max per family) requested to cover the costs of activities, popcorn, candy and drinks.