Students at Tri-State Christian Academy have many opportunities for their development outside of academics. It is important to provide varying opportunities for the student that best exercise their unique, God-given talents, abilities and interests.
Our high school drama department offers an exciting opportunity for students to branch out into the world of fine arts and discover their talents and learn new skills. Each year the HS drama team produces a full-length play at the end of the first semester. Throughout the course, students will learn the organizational structure behind set design, stage properties, stage lighting, costuming, sound, make-up and promotion. It is an honor to work with such gifted individuals, and I look forward each year to directing the students in hopes that this artistic experience will be memorable.
- Mrs. Susan Criddle
Middle School Drama is a great opportunity for our young people to continue to develop their public speaking and acting skills. We also do sound and lighting production for those students who would rather work behind the scenes. Tryouts are held in January and our final production is at the end of April. Some of our recent productions include The Beverly Hillbillies, Get Smart, The Ransom of Red Chief and Father Knows Best. We generally perform comedies which provide a fun learning experience for everyone involved.
- Mr. Kevin Moran
National Honor Societies
Members of the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society here at TSCA are being taught to foster such qualities as leadership, scholarship, character, service and citizenship. It is considered to be a privilege to be a part of these groups of students. Our NHS and NJHS have several opportunities to give back to both our school and our community throughout the school year. They are truly a hard working bunch of students, that I couldn't be more proud of!
- Mr. Kevin Moran
NHS & NJHS Adviser
This club meets weekly to design our yearbook as well as write articles for Reach Magazine. Reach Magazine is a student publication created by students and faculty of Reach Christian Schools.
-Ms. Mali Grau - Yearbook Adviser
-Mr. Aaron Hamrick - Reach Magazine Faculty Adviser