What are school hours?
Grades K4-12 are in session from 8:00 to 2:40.
Do you have a student handbook?
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What are MCCS’s Early Education options?
Children three years of age may enroll in the K3 program meeting either Mon/Wed/Fri or Tues/Thurs from 8:15-11:15.
Children four years of age may enroll in the K4 program meeting either Mon/Wed/Fri or Tues/Thurs from 8:00-2:40.
Children five years of age may enroll in K5 program meeting either 3 or 5 full days weekly from 8:00-2:40 daily.
Children must be three, four or five years old, respectively, by September 1.
Are there many students from churches other than Mount Calvary Church (MCC)?
Yes. In fact, 75% of the school population comes from churches other than MCC.
Does the school have a hot lunch program?
Yes. Students have a meal and an “a la carte” option Monday – Friday. See our current menu here.
Can students receive additional academic help outside the classroom?
Elementary students receive individualized academic help from a resource teacher or a teacher from the Intermediate Unit-13.
Middle and high school students receive individualized academic help from an instructional support teacher or in one of our “Assist Study Halls.”.
Does the school have a bullying policy?
Can my child ride the school bus?
The following school districts provide transportation for students five years of age and older: Elizabethtown Area, Donegal Township, Derry Township, Palmyra Area, Annville-Cleona, Lower Dauphin, Manheim Central and Middletown Area. Parents should contact both Mount Calvary Christian School as well as their home district to make arrangements. Click Here for more information about the specific school districts.
Are before or after school programs offered?
A before school Bible devotion program is offered from 6:30 to 7:30 AM.
An after school Power Hour program is offered from 3:00 to 4:00 PM.
More information about this program can be found in the Academic section of the website.
Does MCCS have a dress code?
Does MCCS offer classes for home school students?
Yes. Click Here to learn more.
How and when should parents and teachers be communicating with each other?
Parents can view their child’s grades (academic and discipline records) 24 hours a day by using RenWeb.
Parents are encouraged to communicate as frequently as necessary with their child’s teachers. Each teacher has an email address and extension number. Click here for a faculty directory.