I knew over a month ago that this was going to be a long Saturday. The day started with a Board meeting focused on the 2015-16 school year’s budget, the afternoon would be filled with supervising three basketball games, and the evening featured a party for a member of my school family. It was going to be a long, Shoreline Christian kind of day.
Some people count their high school experiences as their “glory days”: full of potential, hope, enthusiasm; lacking in responsibilities like student loans, rent, car payments. Read more >> about Glory Days
~Post by: Austin Vander Wel, SCS Class of 2010
The summer before entering my junior year at SCS, I was given the opportunity to attend a short-term mission trip in Honduras, where for the first time in my life I was linguistically disadvantaged. Despite knowing only a few words in Spanish, I made Honduran friends who encouraged me to study it upon returning to the States. This challenge was the initial call of a journey that has opened doors and taught me priceless lessons. Read more >> about Mi Viaje en Español