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About Evergreen Christian School
Achieving excellence together
Evergreen Christian School, by God’s grace and through His Word, seeks to transform high school students to achieve the highest aspirations spiritually, academically, and culturally.
Evergreen Christian School is accepting applications for high school for the 2023-2024 school year. Please join us for an Open House or contact us at Admission@ECSLoudoun.org to schedule a Private Tour or Shadow Day to learn more about our school in Leesburg, VA. We look forward to meeting you!
We are excited to welcome Richard Blackaby, son of "Experiencing God" author Henry Blackaby, to speak at our Pastor Breakfast on Tuesday, May 2, 8:30 a.m. We encourage all area ministry leaders to join us for this inspirational event. Please spread the word to the leaders in your church. Please send RSVP to Katrina Hadley at Admission@ECSLoudoun.org.
During Missions Week at Evergreen Christian School, students heard from a variety of missionaries and local/international ministries, including the Least of These Foundation, Tree of Life Ministries, Helping Haitian Angels, and Cru. The work in missions is never easy, but it is the heart of Christ. It is a reminder to take the Gospel to our neighbors and those far away. We pray and hope that students will be on a mission field, whether here at home or serving other nations.
The world doesn’t need just any kind of leader. It needs leaders who stand for what is good and true. It needs a new generation of young people raised up to lead on behalf of Christ. By God’s grace and through his word, Evergreen Christian School will prepare them to courageously, faithfully, and winsomely speak out for truth.
If we want today’s young people to know that our message is categorically different than all the others, that having a personal relationship with Christ is the most important thing in life, then they need to see the difference it has made in our own lives. Only then will they stop saying, “So what?” and start saying, “So what now?”
God created us to know and love him. The need to belong that is hardwired into each of us is a need to belong to him. We can never satisfy that longing with anything other than God. This is why Jesus came into this world. He is God’s answer to the heart crying out to belong. Today, it is our young teens who are most profoundly crying out daily, struggling with their identity. The greatest gift we can give them is a community where they can find their place in Him.
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