by Adam Kronberger / Head of School
This past Monday morning, around 80 Crosshill Christian School teachers, school board members, and Church on the Hill Pastors and staff gathered to officially kick off the 2018–2019 school year. For over 2 hours, this amazing group of people met together as a mission-focused team. Through worship, prayer, and fellowship, God’s clear call for Crosshill Christian to be a place for discipleship training was solidified.Crosshill Christian opened as a ministry of Church on the Hill in 1992, and continues as one of its most-valued and largest mission fields. Making disciples is a call that the church is responsible for around the world, and also in its own backyard. There are over 70 churches represented by the diverse CCS student body, with teachers and staff members attending dozens of different churches in the Salem-Keizer area.
The original vision of the school (in 1992 with 32 students) was to raise up a remnant of students who are eager to fulfill God’s call on their lives. In 2012, there were 252 students served by this vision. Today, there are over 470 students whom God has brought to His CCS campuses for discipleship training. With 11 new teachers and staff this year, there is much excitement to open our doors to families.
We look forward to having you visit the campus and classrooms Thursday, August 30th. Classrooms will be open from 3-5 pm, and from 6-7:30 pm (teachers will be unavailable between 5-6 pm). Please swing by, drop off your school supplies in the classroom (1st period), pick up class schedules and yearbooks (at the office), and meet returning and new staff.
– Adam Kronberger / Head of School