BANGOR, Maine — Bangor Christian Schools is enrolling students for the 2013-14 school year, with space still available in most grade levels. The school will open for its 44th year on Tuesday, Aug. 27.
An orientation night for parents and students will be held Thursday, Aug. 22. The senior class will host a barbecue dinner at 5 p.m.
At 6 p.m., parents can learn how to register students for private music lessons, the after school program, hot lunch and other activities. Student handbooks, supply lists, school calendars and other important information will be available as well.
At 6:30 p.m. an assembly will be held in the Bangor Baptist Church auditorium. There will be a time of praise and worship, teachers and staff members will be introduced and information about the upcoming school year will be shared.
Students and parents will have an opportunity to visit classrooms and meet with teachers after the assembly. A question-and-answer session hosted by school Principal Martha Boone and Headmaster Jim Frost will follow.
Bangor Christian Schools offers a Bible-based, Christ-centered education to students from Bangor and surrounding municipalities. The school’s mission is “to assist families in educating the whole child by encouraging spiritual maturity and academic excellence in a supportive environment. Our final authority in all matters is the Word of God,” according to school officials.
Bangor Christian offers a comprehensive curriculum for students from Kindergarten through grade 12. The faculty, staff and administration are composed of believers who are highly qualified and committed to serving the Lord in the ministry of Bangor Christian Schools, school officials said.
The school has a co-curricular program that provides additional learning experiences in music, art, drama and athletics. Spiritual growth is promoted through Bible classes, chapel services, prayer groups and Bible studies.
For information, go to bangorchristianschools.com or call 207-947-7356.