Welcome to Zion

Learning & Living for the Glory of God

Zion Christian School was founded on the deep conviction that Christian education is the responsibility of the covenant community as it seeks to train up its children in the fear and admonition of the Lord, enabling them to apply His Word to every aspect of their lives.

Biblical Authority

The Bible = God's Word

We believe that the Bible is God’s inspired, infallible, inerrant, authoritative, authentic, and Holy Word. All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

Defending the Faith

In the World, Not Of It

While we place strong emphasis on our Reformed heritage, it is our purpose not only to enlighten students of this perspective, but also to challenge our students to defend and confess what they believe. Thus, liberal and modern thought is also presented in the classroom and critiqued by teachers and students in light of God’s Word.

Committed Faculty

Discipleship

Emphasis is placed on finding and retaining teachers and staff who are Christ-like in both faith and practice, are exceptionally gifted in their field of study and their ability to disciple children, and declare full agreement with the school’s philosophy of education.

Service

Learning & LIVING for the Glory of God

Students are challenged to grow in their knowledge of self and the all-sufficiency of Christ as Lord and as Savior, bringing a better understanding of how to serve Him and their neighbor.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide the children of Christian families with an education based on a wholehearted commitment to the authoritative Word of God, forming within them a Reformed worldview, and cultivating their skills and abilities to learn and live based on their relationship with Jesus Christ, for the glory of God.

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Golf Outing This Saturday!

The Mountaineer Golf Outing will be held at 8:00am on September 22, 2018, at Diamond Springs Golf Course in Hamilton, MI. This event raises funds for Zion's Mountaineer Fund, which helps bridge the gap between tuition income and operating expenses. The format of the outing is a four-person scramble, with prizes awarded to the winning adult foursome, mixed gender foursome, and student foursome. The event includes 18 holes of golf, use of a cart, lunch, and prizes. The entry fee is $100 per adult and $75 per student. For more information and to register, please contact Jesse Aukeman at jaukeman@zionchristian.net.

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Upcoming Events

International Program

Premise

internationalstudentsIn keeping with our mission of providing the children of Christian families with an education based on a wholehearted commitment to the authoritative Word of God, we view international education as a natural area of participation. As globalization becomes more of a reality, we respond with a program that impacts various people in obedience to God’s call to unity and diversity within His body. As a Christian school with a Reformed perspective, we embrace God’s call to cultivate the skills and abilities of children of Christian families, a call that extends around the globe to learn and live based on their relationship with Jesus Christ for the glory of God.

Student Support

 
 
 
  • International students are provided with tutoring services to a degree deemed necessary by their test scores and academic performance.
  • International and exchange students are offered the opportunity (in some cases required) to participate in semi-weekly group sessions to receive academic assistance and guidance regarding class procedures, school policy, etc.
  • New international and exchange students will be partnered with a classmate to assist with class transitions, homework organization, etc. Zion will make every effort to arrange for the students to meet prior to the outset of the school year.
  • Zion has appointed Melissa DeJong to serve as its International Student Program Coordinator. Melissa will work closely with students, teachers, and host families to ensure that international and exchange students meet their full potential as it relates to academic progress and social acclimation.

Student Testimonial From Jae Park, Class of 2011

JaeParkTo facilitate its international student program, Zion works closely with Partners in Learning Across Cultures to screen applicants, make host family arrangements, communicate with parents, verify student insurance, and perform all other tasks related to the students’ living arrangements while enrolled at Zion. The following are excerpts from Jae Park's survey response from Partners in Learning.

Question: How long have you attended Zion Christian School?

Answer: I have attended Zion Christian School for two years, my junior and senior years.


Question: Were your teachers helpful and friendly?

Answer: Oh, yes. They were willing to help me out when I had questions. It depends on his or her personality, but generally most of teachers were very kind and nice. They sincerely cared about me getting adjusted and wanted me to do well, providing all that they can provide to help me.


Question: Did you achieve the goals you wanted to accomplish?

Answer: Yes, I did. I am satisfied with my academic achievement.


Question: Did you feel prepared for college when you graduated? 

Answer: Yes, in fact, I can't wait until I go to college. I am excited to learn about subjects of my choice in depth and to experience new things and meet new people.


Question: What was your overall experience attending a Christian high school? 

Answer: It was truly a turning point in my life, especially in my spiritual life. I was raised up in a typical evangelical upbringing, you know, mega-church, health-wealth gospel and so on. So, when I encountered a solid, Reformed church and school here, at first, I struggled so much, almost to the point that I was so confused and depressed. But the Lord finally opened my eyes to clearly see how the Reformed faith is so close to Scripture in every aspect of doctrine and practice. I am so thankful for this experience of attending a Christian high school with a solid, Reformed background. It truly changed my life.

Host Family Testimonial from Arend & Betty de Koning

We thank God for providing us the opportunity of hosting an international student for two years now. What a joy and blessing it is to see how God is using the Christian school, church, and our home to help him have a better understanding of the Bible and creeds of the church. It would not be possible for us to go abroad as missionaries, but feel that we have been by being a host family for this student. We feel so blessed by this experience. We would highly urge you to work along with Partners in Learning by opening your home for an international student.

Become a Host Family!

Serving as a host family for an international or exchange student can be a great blessing for the family and the student. To cover student expenses during the school year, families are paid $4,000 for the school year by the student's family. To offer further incentive, Zion offers a $500 tuition credit for any family taking in an international student (the credit may be applied to a Zion family if the host family does not have children enrolled at Zion). Please contact SThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at (616) 878-9472, or Partners in Learning at (616) 246-6302 if you are interested in this opportunity!

Host families must subscribe to Parental Agreement A or B as defined in the Application for Enrollment.

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