Earlier this week, an article in the Dayton, Ohio, Daily News reported that Dayton Christian School kicked off a $6 million capital campaign to extend their campus. It was noted that the school had its beginnings in a Grace Brethren church — Patterson Park, which was then part of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. A portion of the story appears below. Click here for the complete article.
Four things to know about Dayton Christian School
Dayton Christian School on Monday announced a $6 million capital campaign to expand its campus. Here are four things to know about the school.
EXPANSION PLANS: $1.7 million has been raised so far to build a 31,000 square foot gymnasium seating 600. It would be the first gym in the school’s 54-year history.
HISTORY: Dayton Christian School is an inter-denominational, co-educational ministry. Dayton Christian Elementary School started in 1963 at Patterson Park Grace Brethren Church and the high school was founded in 1967, housed at 51 Best St.
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