S’more Summer Fun

S'more Summer Fun

School’s Out Pig Roast

Friday, June 3, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Midland Christian School

4417 W. Wackerly St. in Midland

(989) 835-9881

 Everyone Welcome –

Bring family and friends!

 Bounce Houses, lawn games,

And fun for the kids!

Full meal with side dishes provided.

Donations accepted.

All proceeds benefit Midland Christian School.




Midland Christian School will be hosting Engineering for Kids

Engineering For Kids and Midland Christian School are proud to announce a

partnership that will bring STEM hands-on summer camps to our students.

Engineering for Kids – Summer Camps 2016

Midland Christian School Receives 5-Year Accreditation

Midland Christian School was recently approved for a five-year accreditation by Christian Schools International.

CSILogo“We worked hard to achieve this status,” said Head of School, Carianne Robbins. “Accreditation recognizes Midland Christian School with what is regarded as the gold seal of excellence from a nationwide accrediting body that has been working to advance Christian education for nearly 100 years.“

“It also reassures families that send their children to Midland Christian School that they are receiving an excellent education that is integrated with our Christ-centered mission,” Robbins said.

The accreditation was awarded after a year-long process followed by a two and a half day on-site visit by a team of six educational professionals from various schools in Michigan and Georgia. The team reviewed the validity of information the school submitted, analyzed school improvement goals and collaborated with the faculty and board to explore what the school will look like in five years when it accomplishes the goals of its school improvement plan.

Accreditation is both significant and a significant effort, according to Bob VanWieren, Accreditation Program Director of Christian Schools International of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

“Schools must analyze their academic program, student services and operations based on best-practice standards and their own Christian mission,” VanWieren said. Midland Christian School joins a select group of 112 other schools accredited by Christian Schools International.

“We are excited about where God is leading Midland Christian School in the next five years,” Robbins said. “We have a great team of teachers, parents and board members working together to make sure we have a solid foundation of excellence in the education we provide. This accreditation is confirmation that we’re on the right path and encourages us to press on to the high calling of educating children to impact the world for God’s glory.”

Midland Christian School is a multi-denominational school founded in 1960. The school offers a classical program with challenging academics based on a foundation of Biblical truth for students in grades Pre-K through 12. It is the first and only classical Christian school in the Great Lakes Bay Region. More information is available at www.midlandchristianschool-mi.org.

Founded in 1920, Christian Schools International works to advance Christian education in North America and worldwide. The organization supports schools in their task of teaching students to know God and his world and to glorify him through obedient service. Those interested in more information may visit www.csionline.org.


Due to last weeks snow storm, the Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser has been rescheduled.  It will now take place on Thursday, March 3rd from 5pm-7pm.  Please pass this along to all that plan to attend the dinner.


MCS has an exciting fundraising opportunity through Independent Bank and  Investing In Youth!  This program gives $5,000 to local schools to improve and enhance academics!  But we need YOU to vote for MCS on Facebook!! 

Follow the link and vote for MCS – you can vote one time a day for the next week. Share with family and friends, the top schools win $5,000 from Independent Bank. Please share.

VOTE FOR MCS HERE UNTIL MARCH 7 at 5:00 p.m. (est)

PreK & Kindergarten Open House

Come check out the difference at
Midland Christian School
on SATURDAY, February 6th
BETWEEN 10 A.M. and 1 P.M.

MIDLAND, MI   48640

 PreK & K Open House Flyer 2016


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Raising the next generation of Christ-like men and boys is a responsibility and a privilege. It seems like a daunting task at times fighting against moral decay, violence, hopelessness and all the pressures of society. We should approach these challenges with guidance.

We have the privilege of receiving guidance from Brian Molitor, who has written three books on parenting and formed the Malachi Global Foundation, which inspired by Malachi 4:6 strives to “turn the hearts of fathers to the children and the hearts of children to their father.”

Molitor is also the CEO of Molitor International, which has been consulting and training international clients for over 30 years, including companies in the business, healthcare, government and ministry sectors.

At 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 11, Brian Molitor will be giving an interactive presentation for men and boys following a free meal hosted by Midland Christian School. This event will focus on empowering local men, including coaches, mentors, and fathers, with the skills to develop stronger relationships with boys and young men.

Molitor will place a particular emphasis in his presentation on strategic planning, lifelong mentoring, intentional blessing and rites of passage for boys.

This event is completely free. Anyone interested in attending the complimentary meal and presentation is invited to register online at guysnightouttickets.eventbrite.com or call to reserve a place at (989) 835-9881.

Guys Night Out Poster



Land For Sale


Joe Grant Land for sale

Donated Land For Sale

Midland Christian School Students Donate Care Packages to Patients

Midland Christian School donation-MidMichigan12-2015Students from Midland Christian School recently donated care packages for patients at MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland to enjoy during their stay.

Accepting the packages on behalf of the Maternal Child Health Department is Mariah Wallace, R.N. (second from left). Representing the students are Elizabeth Conklin, student council secretary; Darian Aalbers, student council treasurer and Grantland Aultman, student council president. Missing from the photo but also playing a role in seeing this project through was Kayleigh Jones, student council vice president. Belinda Aalbers serves as the student council advisor.

The students had a number of fundraisers to raise money to purchase items that ranged from stuffed animals to crossword puzzles. The care packages are being distributed to children in pediatrics, oncology patients and other adult patients throughout the Medical Center.