More than 100 students at Berean Christian School in West Palm Beach started just a little earlier than the rest of the school population — the new students, that is. Thursday, Aug. 9 was new student orientation at Berean Christian School.
New students and their families gathered in the school cafeteria to meet with school administrators, take a tour of the campus, try out their lockers and meet with their teachers. Berean Student Council and National Honor Society members were on hand to assist in many ways. They gave tours, buddied up with students and even helped serve lunch. The morning finished with a cookout luncheon for new families. Students and parents had the opportunity to mingle together on an informal level. Great prizes were given away, including CDs, gift cards to local businesses and school lunches.
The focus for Berean Christian School this year is to help students develop a “Kingdom mindset.” Berean Christian School encourages students spiritually, emotionally, socially and academically. To learn more about this or any program at Berean Christian School, visit the school’s web site at www.bcsbulldogs.org.
Above: Students and parents enjoy lunch during the Aug. 9 event.