Dayspring Christian Academy will stage the first of three public Open House programs this year Saturday, Jan. 14, from 9 a.m. to noon at the school located at 1052 Newport Avenue (Route 1A at its intersection with Interstate Route 95) in Attleboro.
According to Administrator Frank Rydwansky, the Open House is designed to provide hands-on information about DCA to potential students for the 2012-13 academic year and their families. The Jan. 14 program will include guided tours of the school and its facilities by DCA administration, staff and faculty members, with printed materials distributed free of charge and all questions answered.
The Jan. 14 program is open to the public, free of charge, and no advance reservations will be required. Free refreshments will be offered to all in attendance.
Dayspring Christian Academy is an interdenominational and coeducational school which teaches students in pre-Kindergarten-3 through Grade 8 from a distinctively Christian world and life view. A ministry of the adjacent South Attleboro Assembly of God, DCA boasts a culturally and spiritually diverse student body representing more than 50 cities and town in Massachusetts and Rhode Island as well as more than 30 religious denominations.
Dayspring Christian Academy offers a strong and varied academic curriculum; a safe, structured and nurturing learning environment; low student-to-teacher ratios in every grade; proven academic achievements; computer laboratory and technology instruction; in-school library; extracurricular activities including music, fine arts, science and athletics; a day-long and year-long infant and toddler day care program; and after-school day care until 5 p.m. on school days.
According to Rydwansky, DCA will also sponsor Open House programs at the school on Saturday, Feb. 11, and Saturday, March 10.
Further information about Dayspring Christian Academy is available by contacting the school at 508-761-5552, or accessing its Web site at www.dayspringag.org
Submitted by dangell on Thu, 01/05/2012 - 11:38.