Muskegon Christian School

Student Advocate

In accordance to our mission and in recognition of our academic
diversity, our Student Advocates partner with teachers, parents and
other professionals in order to enable qualifying children to reach their
full learning potential.  Student Advocates at MCS direct our Gifted
and Talented Programming (Passport to Learn)
and our Student Support Services.

PASSPORT to LEARN
A self-directed learning program to challenge high-potential students in grades 3-6 to develop the following skills:
   
•    Communication
•    Creative thinking
•    Critical thinking
•    Higher-level thinking
•    Inquiry
•    Leadership
•    Problem solving
•    Research and independent study
•    Faith integration 

"I’m so glad we chose MCS and so thankful to have your teachers surround [our son]and help him to grow in his faith walk and social walk.  You helped to turn the tide for him and us.  Thank you for the role you played." - Former Parent

MCS STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES & TITLE I PROGRAM
Title I is a federally funded program available to students who meet specific criteria and are in need of academic support.  Title I is offered through Muskegon Public Schools, Muskegon Heights Public Schools and Reeths-Puffer Schools to qualifying students at MCS.  Instruction is coordinated with classroom teachers and is provided in addition to the regular core curriculum.

The MCS Student Support Services offer:

  • Individual or small group instruction
  • Supplementary instruction
  • Practice of skills
  • Test review and preparation
  • Assistance with daily work
  • Preview of upcoming concepts/skills

 

For more information on any of our academic programs please contact the MCS office at mcsoffice@mchristianschool.com or 231-773-3221.