T.W.I.R.P. - "The Woman Is Required To Pay" - A Fall costume dress-up event where traditionally, the girls invite the guys. Students are also encouraged to attend in groups of friends.
Homecoming - The Friday night basketball event is attended by the entire school community including alumni and donors. The Homecoming banquet is held the Saturday night following the game. This is a formal dinner event where students can go in groups or as couples. This event is typically held at local banquet halls at country clubs or other venues around Grand Rapids.
Junior/Senior Banquet- This is a special formal dinner sponsored by the Junior class in honor of the Senior class in May prior to graduation. Students can attend in groups or as couples. This event is typically held at local banquet halls.
Students are voted into student government after elections take place. The head student council consists of four high school seniors who serve the entire high school student body as president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary. There is also an executive board of students for each high school grade that works under the direction of the Student Council.
P.E.T. (Parents Encouraging Teachers)
Once a month volunteer parents serve the teachers/staff a lunch. P.E.T. parents also do extra things during the year to let the teachers and staff how much they are appreciated.
CPR (Class Parent Representatives)
The Class Parent Representative (CPR) Program is a school-sponsored program at both the Middle and High School levels. Its’ mission is “Reviving
School Unity in Christ through Fun and Fellowship.” CPR provides the students in grade 6 through 11 (with only the Kick Off Party for the senior class) with:
Activities and parties for the entire class which are well-chaperoned, fun and safe, thereby providing a positive environment in which the students can build class unity and relational bonds.
All-class events which serve to provide a welcoming environment for new students as they enter our school family.
All-class events which also serve as the sole fund-raiser for the individual class’s after-graduation party. (There will always be a minimal charge at all CPR activities.)
Each class has two parent representatives who are responsible for coordinating these events and recruiting chaperones for them.
TO BECOME INVOLVED WITH CPR:
Please contact your Class Parent Representatives and volunteer to help. It’s fun, and it’s a great way to meet other parents and get to know the students. Also, if you have any suggestions/ideas for future events; if you care to donate funds to cover event costs; if you can donate to cover any student unable to pay to attend events; or if you care to donate food, please contact your representatives. If you do not know who your CPR representative is contact either the Middle School office or High School office.