Ellie Speigle and Lydia Hostetter participated in the PMEA 6th Grade Band Fest held at Berlin Brothersvalley High School on April 12, 2019. Band Fest was conducted by Mrs. Juli Swank, who teaches at Northmont Middle School and Capital University. They joined their talents with approximately 170 other 6th graders from 26 District VI schools. […]
Well done JCS!! Students competed on Friday, March 29, and took home the following awards: Bible Memory Grade 5– Rachel Crissman, Superior Grade 4 – Dorin Cook, Excellent Grade 3 – Levi DiGuardi, Superior Grade 2 – William Schrock, Superior Grade 1 – Timothy Crissman, Excellent Bible Prose Grade 6: Ella Lushko, Superior Fables and Folklore […]
Lorna Speigle and Daniel Hostetter represented JCS at the PMEA Region III Chorus Festival March 20-22, 2019, at Glendale HS. Dr. Anthony Leach from Penn State was the Guest Conductor.
The Johnstown Christian School chapter of the National Honor Society held its induction ceremony on Thursday, March 14. Juniors Iliana Hunsberger, Daniel Hostetter, and Megan Hodges (pictured) celebrated their induction at a reception with their families. For consideration, a student must earn and maintain a minimum 3.6 GPA and take honors courses when available as […]
The following JCS students will advance to the ACSI Regional Speech Meet: Sixth Grade Bible Prose – Ella Lushko Poetry – Jema Calasara Patriotic Oration – Cambria Kabler Fifth Grade Bible Memory – Rachel Crissman Poetry – Caden Robertson Patriotic Oration – Alizah Parker Fourth Grade Bible Memory – Dorin Cook Poetry […]
Four students recently represented Johnstown Christian School at the PMEA District 6 Chorus Festival held at Somerset High School on February 6-8, 2019. Anna Eshleman, Lorna Speigle, Daniel Hostetter & Reilly McKay joined their voices with more than 170 musically talented students from Somerset, Cambria, Blair, & Bedford counties. Dr. Craig Denison, Associate Director of […]
PMEA District 6 Band Festival was held January 23-25 at Forest Hills High School. Seniors Lorna Speigle and Felix Wang participated and both will be advancing to the regional level. They are pictured with guest conductor Dr. William Stowman from Messiah College and JCS Band Director, Kari Hostetter.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what our nation’s students know and can do in various subjects such as mathematics, reading, science, and writing. The results of NAEP are released as The Nation’s Report Card. Seniors will participate in this assessment on Wednesday, Feb. 6
JCS BookJays participated in the IU8 Reading Competition held on Wednesday, December 5. The team scored 58 points, earning them a 1st place ribbon! The 5th and 6th grade team members have been preparing since May, reading books and practicing quizzing. As a team they read a total of 165 books with two of the […]