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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

6th grade Science Dissects Crayfish

While working on a chapter about invertebrates and studying the characteristics of crustaceans, sixth grade science classes were able to dissect crayfish. Students identified the external body parts of the crayfish and the exoskeleton was examined. The internal body parts were also dissected and labeled. They did an outstanding job!

5th grade Science Mammal Project

Fifth grade science classes recently completed a research project on mammals. Each student had to pick a mammal to research and write a one to two page paper. The project included such things as habitat, animal adaptations, detailed description of the animal, list of the animal's needs in its habitat, and an in-depth description of the habitat location. Students presented their backboards and papers to the class. They did a fabulous job and everyone learned a lot about many animals.

Unity Christian shines in GICAA championship

Unity Christian runners Julia Yadkowski, Kara Dunn, Rebecca Ackerman and Julia Ackerman each placed in the top 10 of Saturday's event ... Click here for full story         

Author Visits Elementary

Ozark Publishing Author, Arkansan David M. Sargent, Jr. visited with our elementary students and shared his books, his love of writing and introduced us to a couple of his book characters. Mr. Sargent's presentation included his canine friends Rocco, Tatum, and Daphne who did some very neat tricks for our students.   Mr. Sargent's books were on display, and he autographed books purchased by the students.   THANK YOU MR. SARGENT FOR VISITING WITH OUR STUDENTS!  

Literacy in Kindergarten

Two important components of Kindergarten at Unity Christian School are literacy and phonics. The students are learning the name and sound of the letter "Ss." In order to include literacy they read the book Stone Soup by Marcia Brown. The students brought canned vegetables to school and created their own "Stone Soup." The students also completed a paper where they circled the letter "S" in a bowl of letters in soup. The students were very excited about making soup and could hardly wait to taste their creation.

Johnny Appleseed visits Unity

Students in Preschool through 3rd grade celebrated Johnny Appleseed Day. Enjoyed by all were apple treats, Johnny history, a visit from Johnny Appleseed (AKA John Chapman and Unity's own Mr. Rob Davis), as well as a grandfather whose great-grandfather has apple trees on his farm in the Mid-West that were planted by John Chapman, himself, and are still standing today. Most of all, students enjoyed dressing up and sampling the apple treats. Thanks to all who made this day a great learning experience!      

Middle School Cross Country Team Championship

The Unity Middle School Cross Country Team competed in the Floyd County Middle School Championship on Thursday, September 25th at Model Middle School. Despite searing afternoon sun rays and dust-filled air that would choke a camel, the Lions roared through the hilly, two mile course. Top 20 finishers received medals. For the girls, taking 9th overall with a time 15:01 was 5th grader Kara Dunn. Also in the medals was 5th grader Julia Yadkowski, who finished 16th overall in a blazing time of 15:52. For the gents, 7th grader Huston Bryant finished 15th overall with an outstanding time of 13:44. Finishing 7th in the team standings for the boys were Huston Bryant, Mason Sterner, John Landrum, Cole Landrum, Logan Bartley, Hayes Jackson, Nate Giddens and Jay Ivery.      

Constitution Day Celebration

Abraham Lincoln once said, "Don't interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties." The Constitution is the guarantee of our basic rights as citizens of the United States and the checks and balances of our government. To celebrate this beautiful document, the Friends of the Constitution set up the "Constitution Scavenger Hunt" which consists of 5 booths that participants investigate to find answers to basic questions about our government and our rights as stated in our Constitution. Unity middle and high school students participated in this celebration in order to better prepare them to impact the world for Jesus Christ through academics, leadership, and service.

Unity loves our Grandparents!

"Grandparents are a family's greatest treasure, the founders of a loving legacy..."  Author Unknown   Grandparents are very special friends of Unity Christian School. Our grandparents are responsible for supplying the Unity library with enough books to meet the accreditation requirement in the early years of our school's history. This is part of their legacy at Unity.   During the month of September we celebrated our Unity Grandparents. To thank these wonderful people for all they do, each class invited their grandparents to spend a special morning on campus where they enjoyed breakfast, gifts, student performances, and best of all, time with their grandchildren.    

Homecoming Dance

On Saturday, September 20, Unity Christian School celebrated its annual Homecoming Dance, which drew approximately seventy students representing roughly three-fourths of the high school. The theme of the event this year was "An Enchanted Evening." It was arguably the best Homecoming Dance Unity has offered to date!   The festivities started with a meal at Olive Garden before students and chaperones relocated to the Warehouse at West Rome Baptist Church, which has graciously hosted dances for Unity for the past several years. Upon arriving at the Warehouse, students and their dates walked through a curtain of ribbons with glittering stars attached to it to make their way to the dance floor. The spacious room was marked by four Grecian columns lit with lights, and the floor was covered in blue balloons representing Unity's colors. Senior Joshua Trapp commented that the dance was "very classy." Senior Maile Whitehead agreed concluding that "the decorations were some of the best we've ever had!"   Students and chaperones enjoyed alternating between the dance and a variety of refreshments. One new addition to this year's dance was Mr. Davis' idea to include "Faculty Throwback" songs as part of the approved playlist. Faculty were invited to suggest songs they enjoyed while in high school to periodically play during the evening to introduce variety and a fun historical perspective on the evening's mirth. The students responded positively and enthusiastically throughout the night's events and in the process demonstrated that it is possible to responsibly have a good time as a Unity Lion!     

Parent Coffee with Administration

On Tuesdays and Thursdays in October, parents are invited to attend a grade-specific Parent Coffee with Administration. Check the October calendar for details.

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UCS Events

Tuesday October 21
Senior Week-Tuesday-Superhero/Character Day

Tuesday October 21
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Lion's Pride PTO Prayer Team

Tuesday October 21
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
High School Parent Coffee with Administration

Tuesday October 21
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
UCS Worldview 101

Wednesday October 22
Fall Picture(s) RETAKE

Wednesday October 22
Senior Week-Wednesday-No Tie Day

Thursday October 23
Senior Week-Thursday-Senior Citizen Day

Friday October 24
Senior Week-Friday-Flashback Friday

Friday October 24
1st grade Rock City field trip

Friday October 24
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
SENOR NIGHT - HOME Lions Varsity Football Game vs John Hancock Academy

Saturday October 25
GICAA Volleyball State Championship

Saturday October 25
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Crossfit UCS Cookout

Tuesday October 28
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Lion's Pride PTO Prayer Team

Tuesday October 28
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
UCS Worldview 101

Wednesday October 29
CHAMPS to visit 7th grade

Thursday October 30
Teen Maze

Friday October 31
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
AWAY Lions Varsity Football Game vs Nathanael Greene Academy

Saturday November 1
HS CC Meet - Varsity State Championship

Tuesday November 4
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Lion's Pride PTO Prayer Team

Tuesday November 4
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
UCS Worldview 101

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