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    Junior/Senior Prom

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    Muffins for Moms

    Mothers of all preschool and elementary students are invited to enjoy a muffin with your student on Friday, May 11th, anytime between 7:30 & 9am. Read More

    2018 Commencement

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    Senior girls channel their creative side and become Disney villains for Movie Monday during Homecoming Week.

    Freshman Alli Hardwell drives to the basket against the Creekside Cougars.

    Senior Sydney Merrin volunteers at the face-painting booth during the annual Fall Festival.

    Brad Poston, Unity teacher and parent, enjoys a morning with his daughter at Donuts for Dad.

    On behalf of the Rome Chamber of Commerce, Ryan Earnest, president of Heritage First Bank, awards Emma Duke with the Star Student Award.

    Unity Preschool students worship as they attend weekly chapel.

    Unity Elementary students celebrate the 100th day of school.

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    Core Value: Comprehensive Christian Education

    Unity provides educational experiences and instruction that helps students form a framework of understanding God, relationships, life purpose, and the world around them from a biblical perspective. This biblical worldview training is integrated throughout our curriculum. Unity guides students in their faith journey of learning what it means to live each day with the primary purpose of loving and serving God. The number one reason parents choose Unity Christian School is the comprehensive Christian education. Read what Unity parents have to say when asked, “What do you like best about our school?” “We chose UC... continue reading