Bible History elective program in Hamilton County Schools receives $1.3 Million community gift through local nonprofit, Bible in the Schools
Public School Bible History Elective Program Reports Record Enrollment with 4,068 Students Completing Bible History Courses in 2017-2018 Academic Year — a 9% Increase Over Previous Year
2018-2019 Hamilton County Bible History Teachers Prepared For Strong Start to New School Year
Board member Mr. Mike Harrell welcomes 22 Hamilton County Schools' Bible History teachers to bi-annual Professional Development Day, August 1, 2018.
25 HAMILTON COUNTY SCHOOLS KICK OFF 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
25 middle and high schools in Hamilton County prepare for over 4,000 students to complete Bible History elective courses in the 2018-2019 school year.
THANK YOU LOOKOUT VALLEY FAMILY & FRIENDS
Because of your generosity, Lookout Valley Middle/High School began its new Bible History program in August, 2018.
Helping Our Students Become Culturally Literate
Bible History elective courses develop cultural literacy, a component essential to a well-rounded education and the overall development of youth.
Three New Hamilton County Schools Offered Bible History 2017-2018
Bible History elective courses began in 3 new Hamilton County Schools last academic year with
subsequent enrollment as follows: Sale Creek Middle/High School, 105; Red Bank High School,
67; and Ivy Academy, 84 students.
Challenging Students' Worldview
While wrestling with essential questions around complex text, Bible History elective courses have helped many students process through some of the deeper questions of life.
Robust Bible History Elective, Gifted By the Community, Enters its 97th Year
"Every year, there is evidence that Bible History provides a unique benefit to public school students, at no cost to taxpayers, and has a lasting impact in student lives." — Bible in the Schools' Board Chairman, Mr. Chris Maclellan.