Christchurch alumni are found throughout the world. There is a little piece of Christchurch wherever you travel. Many hometowns are donned with Christchurch banners, flags, and stickers.
Alumni are perfect ambassadors for prospective students and summer campers who want to be included in the Christchurch experience. Spread the word! Tell your friends, family and business associates about Christchurch School!
If you are interested in alumni that live in a particular area contact Huntley Galleher
by e-mail or call 804-758-2306 ext. 135. He will be happy to connect you with members of the Christchurch family in your region.
|17th JASON SOUCEK '92 TOURNAMENT|
September 5 and 6 Christchurch School will host the 17th Jason Soucek '92 Soccer Tournament on both upper (Morris) and lower (Nunn) fields. Competing teams are Christchurch School, Trinity Christian School, Hampton Roads Academy and Fredericksburg Christian School.
2014 Tournament Schedule
|CCS SAILORS RAISE $$ FOR LEUKEMIA|
Once again this year, the CCS Sailing Program hosted The Leukemia Cup Regatta, raising money to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Altogether, the Regatta raised more than $3200 for a very important cause. The Seahorses took the lead in fundraising.
|ONCE A SEAHORSE ... |
Trevor Otey '13, TIGER!
Former Seahorse pitcher Trevor Otey '13 debuted on the college scene to help Hampden-Sydney to a 7-0 victory over Marymount College on Saturday.
Read this great feature on Trevor and his longtime Williamsburg friend/teammate.
For more information on any of the above gatherings please contact Huntley Galleher by e-mail or call 804-758-2306 ext. 135.
25th Annual John Stone ’86 Memorial Basketball Tournament
Friday, December 12
6:00 p.m. - Lancaster High School vs. Atlantic Shores Christian School
7:30 p.m. - Christchurch School vs. Fuqua School
Saturday, December 13
Saturday Consolation Rounds:
2:00 p.m. - Third place game
3:00 p.m. Championship Game
Festival of Lessons and Carols & Reception
Sunday, December 14
Hall of Fame Committee Meeting
Tuesday, February 10
Friday, February 20
ROCKIN' THE RAPPAHANNOCK,
a Sixties Revue & Theater Reception
Friday, February 20
Dan Nolan Lacrosse Tournament
Friday and Saturday, March 27 & 28
Monday, March 30
Spring Family Weekend
April 24 & 25
Friday, May 29
Senior Dinner and Party
Friday, May 29
Saturday, May 30
Christchurch School Golf Classic
Friday, June 5
Friday - Sunday, June 5-7
|GREAT JOURNEYS BEGIN AT THE RIVER|
Teaching that lasts. Skills that travel. Learning that stays with you.
In a place where character matters and the curriculum is alive.
Our Great Journeys curriculum is a breath of fresh air. It is bold thinking based on research. It is a method of teaching and learning to excite the imagination, use all five senses, and to inspire the explorer in all of us. It is a three-dimensional and real-life experience. Christchurch is the only school offering a college-prep program which includes:
* regional and global immersion trips
* deep understanding of sustainability issues
* regular exploration of the Chesapeake Bay watershed
* on-campus aquaculture
|AWARD-WINNING CHRISTCHURCH SHOOL|
In 2013, Christchurch School was named to Virginia Living's list of Top High Schools and Universities in the Science, Math and Technology category, in recognition of our Great Journeys Begin at the River curriculum.
In 2014, Virginia Living once again recognizes Christchurch as a top high school in Virginia, this time in recognition of our capital improvements.
"...Christchurch renovated all three of its residence halls. The $3.6 million project included updates to the bathrooms, kitchen and common areas, as well as new furniture and a new high-efficiency HVAC system. The school also constructed the new Jordan-Green locker rooms, a $1 million facility with energy-efficient features like sun-tunnel skylights and shower partitions source from recycled plastics."
|NOTES ON THE OPENING OF SCHOOL |
to CCS parents from Jeb Byers, Headmaster
"...the students have been amazing in their good spirits, cooperation, willingness to engage, and most particularly, their reaching out in friendship to one another. Students are extablishing bonds on teams, on dorm, in class, in the dining hall, student center, and in the games around campus during free time. We faculty members are very pleased and energized about the way the year is beginning.
This is a most kindly place in my experience and for our students. I hope your children will enjoy a fantastic year and help Christchurch as a school and community succeed in its mission. I would be happy to answer your questions at any time, and look forward to seeing you on campus, in person, any time. Meanwhile, together we have this project - your children, our students, and we are committed to keeping them safe, healthy and growing in all good ways into their roles as productive citizens in their families, communities, nation, and the world."