At Bethlehem we recognize that there's more to school than just the core classes. Our chapels equip our students to live out their faith and make a difference for Christ. Our specials classes like art, music, and technology challenge our students to think in new ways and try new things. Learning also happens outside of the classroom in after-school clubs and athletics. Check out the many ways Bethlehem works to train up students that believe, learn, grow, and lead!
After school clubs
Bethlehem offers a variety of after school clubs; these vary from quarter to quarter, year to year. Here are a sampling of past or current after school clubs:
- Tech Club
- Sewing Club
- Lego Club
- Archery Club
- Baking Club
- Ukulele Club
- Christ Through Crafts
- Ag in the Classroom Club
Students petting cow at farm
students making Lego creations
students showing off the pizza they baked
Students petting cow at farm
Trusting in God's Promises
In times of uncertainty, we all look for something solid to hold onto. As Christians, we don’t have something, we have someone: Jesus! In the Bible we meet Jesus, the one who lived, died, and rose from the dead so we could be saved. Because of Jesus, we know that God loves us and keeps all His promises. 2 Corinthians 1:20 says so. “For no matter how many promises God has made, they are ‘Yes’ in Christ.” So if you’re unsure about God’s love, His power to save, or anything else in the Bible, look to Jesus. All of God’s promises are “yes” in him! You can take God at His Word!
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Miss a Chapel?
We invite all our school and church families to join us for weekly chapel services in our church sanctuary. We have two different formats for our chapels.
1. Combined Chapels: In combined chapels, all our students Pre-K-8th Grade meet together. Combined chapels start at 8:05 am and end around 9:00 am
2. Split Chapels: We also regularly split our students into age-appropriate chapels. Pre-K-4th Grade chapel goes from 8:05 am to around 8:35 am with the 5th-8th Grade chapel immediately following.
What Does This Mean?
Whether you grew up in a Christian family or are just now learning about faith in Jesus, some of the practices of the Church can seem strange or unfamiliar, but each has a purpose.
At Bethlehem we encourage participation in athletics. Our athletic program exists first and foremost to glorify God. Romans 11:36 states, “For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be the glory forever! Amen.” We realize that our students learn much through sport. Students learn teamwork, are challenged to develop new skills, and learn how to compete in a God-honoring way. They also learn the importance of hard work and perseverance. Together, these experiences shape our students as individuals, teammates and Christians.
Bethlehem has a variety of sports options available to our 4th-8th grade students.
Contact our Athletic Director, Lisa Duclos for more information.