Five JCS students recently represented Johnstown Christian School at the PMEA District 6 Chorus Festival held at Forest Hills High School on January 15-17, 2020. Abby Holsopple, Mary Hostetter, Grace Ressler, Daniel Hostetter & Reilly McKay joined their voices with more than 170 musically talented students from Somerset, Cambria, Blair, & Bedford counties. Mr. Ed Harkless, […]
JCS students traveled to DC on Friday, January 24, 2020 to support March for Life. They met with Congressman John Joyce and with the staff of Congressman Guy Reschentaler, and also ran into David Platt, a pastor and author from the DC area who delivered the closing prayer for the rally. Hundreds of thousands of […]
Congratulations to the JCS RoboJays for earning 2nd place out of 47 teams at the FLL Competition on January 11, 2020, along with an invitation to represent our area at a tournament in Arkansas. Excellent job!!
The Middle School Drama Club at Johnstown Christian School delighted audiences on Thursday, December 19 with their play Angel in a Ball Cap. Fourteen students were on stage or behind the scenes. The simple message of their performances was that no matter your station in life, we can all make a difference in the kingdom of […]
Thirteen JCS students were selected to participate in the Somerset County All-County Band Festival held December 4 and 5 at Windber Area School District. The concert consisted of a junior high ensemble, led by guest conductors Mr. Joshua Oldham and Ms. Katie Strong, a senior high ensemble with guest conductor Mr. Joseph Scheller and a […]
Five students represented JCS at the Somerset County Chorus Festival held at Meyersdale High School on November 25 and 26. These JCS students joined their voices with more than 150 students from other Somerset County High Schools and were directed by guest conductor Dr. Kym Scott, choral professor from West Virginia University. Juliana Beltz Abby […]
JCS students attending re:Purpose, the ACSI Leadership Conference held in Washington, DC, November 24-26. Over 835 students were in attendance from Christian schools. Picture taken at the foot of the Washington Monument.
JCS BookJays took home a 2nd place ribbon in the Fall 2019 Interscholastic Reading Competition, put on by AIU8 (Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8). As a group the students read a total of 134 books to prepare for the competition (Jaydon Yoder read all 40 books on the list). There were a total of 38 teams […]
On November 14, 2019, JCS inducted ten new members into el Capítulo Miguel Cervantes de La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica. The evening included worship in Spanish and English led by Daniel Hostetter, Emmaleigh Lushko, Kasmira Mack, Mary Hostetter, and Grace Ressler, a recitation of the history of the chapter, an encouraging word from our speaker, (Señor […]