Delmarva Christian High School celebrates another successful J-Term
Delmarva Christian High School recently celebrated the conclusion of J-Term 2013 with a Showcase and Open House. As a critical component of the education at DCHS, the two-week J-Term, provides students the unique opportunity to explore God’s purpose and plan for their lives.
In order to accomplish this, more than 30 students participated in business internships throughout the area, discovering God’s leading in multiple career fields, while another 50-plus students swung hammers and painted walls on two Georgetown Habitat for Humanity homes, impacting the families who will soon occupy them.
A number of students who chose to remain on campus embarked on courses such as photography, short film production, fine arts and culinary arts while others prepared for senior testimony projects, exercised their spiritual muscles in a spiritual/athletic training class, or received firsthand legislative experience assisting the Delaware Family Policy Council team.
The Delmarva Christian High School J-Term was not limited to the Delmarva Peninsula. Students also served in countries like Jamaica and Germany, while others learned as they traveled to London, England; Paris, France; Rome, Italy; and Dublin and Kilkenny, Ireland.
The Jan. 18 J-Term Showcase provided a backdrop for DCHS students to share their experiences through display booths and personal testimonies. They expressed how God was revealed in this special opportunity of service, mission, travel and hands-on academic activities.