Homecoming at University Christian School is always an incredible week filled with exciting activities and fun spirit-dress days. This year’s theme has been chosen in honor of our 50th Anniversary and we would love for you to be part of the festivities as we “Paint the Town GOLD!” Check in each day for an updated spirit-dress theme for the upcoming days, along with any special activities of note in which your students can take part.
Tuesday, October 6th –“TV Character Day”: Students are encouraged to dress in the attire of their favorite TV character. Please monitor and encourage your student to make appropriate choices for this day.
Wednesday, October 7th – “Hawaiian Beach Day & Bonfire Night”: UCS students will dress in their best Hawaiian-themed outfit for the day, and then stay to enjoy the Juniors versus Seniors Boys’ Volleyball Competition & UC Youth Group Cookout and Bonfire.
Thursday, October 8th – “Country vs. Country Club Day”: The battle of camouflage versus preppy dress will take over UCS as students wear their best country club or backwoods outfit. The Juniors versus Seniors Powder Puff Game will also take place and kick-off at 1:30 PM at UC Stadium.
Our focus at University Christian School is to prepare students to fulfill God’s calling on their life. It always brings a sense of joy when we see our graduates striving to honor God with the gifts and talents He has given them.
As a Christian School we believe that God’s Word is truth and that as stated in 2 Timothy 3:16-17, “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, and for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete thoroughly equipped for every good work.”
University Christian School strives to develop a servant’s heart within each student grades K3 through twelfth grade. Participation in community service, charitable giving and mission opportunities, locally and globally, are common on our campus. High school students must maintain yearly community service hours as a requirement for graduation.
Over a decade, one of the landmarks of I-95 on the Southside of Jacksonville has been the large American flag that proudly flies on the campus of University Christian School and University Church. The stars and stripes can be seen from a great distance away, proudly representing the freedom we love and cherish as Americans.