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Empowers students to impact the world for Jesus Christ

College Preparatory

Christian Discipleship

What others are saying . . .

“When it comes to Mr. Poston’s impact on my academic career, I suppose it makes sense to start with my history with history…Back in my “pre-Postonian” days I thought that history was a throwaway class… That’s not what Mr. Poston taught. He told history as though it were a story. Instead of a collage of disjointed facts, history became a glorious revelation of God’s ordained story of the world.”- Jake Massingill, 2014 STAR student

Mission Statement

To partner with Christian parents in the process of preparing their children to impact the world for Jesus Christ by pursuing their God-given potential in academics, leadership, and service.

Latest Happenings

Christmas Celebrations Galore!

It was a great morning at Unity as we celebrated Christ's birth with grand events! "Reindeer Games" for 4th-6th grades and Polar Express and pajama parties for the younger students! In library, Pre-K and Kindergarten drew what gift they wanted to give to baby Jesus. Kindergarteners Cooper Taylor gave Jesus his heart, Kai'lee gave him a blue "blankie", and Riley Sisson gave Jesus a rattle.

Senior Government Class Learns Through Mock Trial

Seniors in Mr. Poston's Government class met last Friday to decide the guilt or innocence of their peer in a mock trial! For one and a half hours, students played the roles of lawyers and witnesses, examining evidence in portrayal of our federal trial system. Mock Trial is a very fun and challenging way to teach principles of the American judicial system.  Students had to thoroughly analyze their witnesses' affidavits and have a sound grasp of trial procedure and a simplified version of the Federal Rules of Evidence in order to convincingly play their part in the trial.  Students also learned about courtroom etiquette and the roles of the various actors in a courtroom setting.  In the process, the students developed an appreciation for the difficulty of convicting a defendant in the American system.  In the end, most of the seniors acknowledged that it is better to have a system in which a guilty party is acquitted than for an innocent person to suffer an unjust punishment. Mock Trial also serves as an interesting vehicle to examine principles of justice from a Biblical perspective.  We also see that it is very difficult if not impossible to achieve justice in a fallen world.  Ultimately, only Christ is the perfect judge, but that we, as his ambassadors can help shed his light into this world.

6th Grade and Jazz Bands Perform

WOW! What a performance by our 6th grade band and the jazz band in their concert on Wednesday! They brought down the house with Christmas sing-alongs as well as some well-loved modern tunes. These groups are directed By Mr. Smith.

7th Grade Plans a Road Trip in Math Class

Mrs. Munn's 7th grade math class recently had an interesting assignment. They were given a U.S. map and told to plan a cross-country road trip from Trenton, N.J. to San Francisco, CA with a partner. They were to decide which cities to vis...it along the way and what landmarks to visit. The students needed to measure the distance between each stop and use the scale on the map to figure the miles and driving time, driving no more than 10 hours per day. They made a chart of the locations, distances, and driving time and a poster that contained pictures of the sights they visited along the way. This was a fun, practical way to teach students to use a map and learn the concept of scale as well as figuring driving time/distance.  

Middle and High School Choruses Advance to State!

Congratulations to our Middle School Chorus for winning first place at the regional GICAA Choral Competition!  This 39-member chorus of fifth and sixth grade singers will head to the state competition in February.  Judges' comments included compliments for this younger-than-usual chorus's ability to sing a capella in three part harmony.  Congratulations also to our High School Choral Ensemble!  They advanced to state after a wonderful performance at the GICAA regionals.  This first ever Unity High School Chorus is setting a great standard for our future high school singers!  Well done Unity choruses! Congratulations to our Middle School Chorus for winning first place at the regional GICAA Choral Competition!  This 39-member chorus of fifth and sixth grade singers will head to the state competition in February.  Judges' comments included compliments for this younger-than-usual chorus's ability to sing a capella in three part harmony.  Congratulations also to our High School Choral Ensemble!  They advanced to state after a wonderful performance at the GICAA regionals.  This first ever Unity High School Chorus is setting a great standard for our future high school singers!  Well done Unity choruses Congratulations to our Middle School Chorus for winning first place at the regional GICAA Choral Competition!  This 39-member chorus of fifth and sixth grade singers will head to the state competition in February.  Judges' comments included compliments for this younger-than-usual chorus's ability to sing a capella in three part harmony.  Congratulations also to our High School Choral Ensemble!  They advanced to state after a wonderful performance at the GICAA regionals.  This first ever Unity High School Chorus is setting a great standard for our future high school singers!  Well done Unity choruses!

Berry College Athletes Visit Kindergarten

Berry Athletes came to read "Salt in My Shoes" to Mrs. Barker's Kindergarten class November 24th. How exciting to hear from these college athletes. The students were also given free tickets to a basketball game and a coupon for a free popcorn!Thank you Berry College!

Thanksgiving Show and Feasts With the Little Ones

Today was a festive day at Unity with the Pre-K 3 and 4 presenting their Thanksgiving songs to their parents. Along with this, the 1st and 2nd grade enjoyed a Thanksgiving "feast" with their parents as guests to their classrooms.

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UCS Events

Monday December 22
Christmas Break

Tuesday December 23
Christmas Break

Tuesday December 23
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Lion's Pride PTO Prayer Team

Wednesday December 24
Christmas Break

Thursday December 25
Christmas Break

Friday December 26
Christmas Break

Saturday December 27
Christmas Break

Sunday December 28
Christmas Break

Monday December 29
Christmas Break

Tuesday December 30
Christmas Break

Tuesday December 30
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Lion's Pride PTO Prayer Team

Wednesday December 31
Christmas Break

Thursday January 1
MS G @ Berry Tournament

Thursday January 1
Christmas Break

Friday January 2
MS G @ Berry Tournament

Friday January 2
Christmas Break

Friday January 2
Re-enrollment Time!

Saturday January 3
MS G @ Berry Tournament

Saturday January 3
Christmas Break

Saturday January 3
Re-enrollment Time!

Sunday January 4
Christmas Break

Sunday January 4
Re-enrollment Time!

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