Announcements      


This Week
  • Wednesday, April 27, is Yellow Color Spirit Day! Your child must still wear their uniform pants (boys) or uniform jumper/ skirt (girls). Anything else can be yellow. As always, the winner for the Best Dressed in each class will win a free lunch from Wendy's!
  • Wednesday, April 27, is our annual Blood Drive! This is a great way to participate in our community, and P.C.S. gets a book donated to our library for each donor. Please let your friends and neighbors know. No reservation is required, but letting the office know you plan to donate would be helpful.
General Announcements
  • We will be extending the Memorial Day Break to include Tuesday, May 31. 
  • The School Calendar has been updated for next school year. It is available on this webpage. 
  • We have some new school flyers for advertising the school. Please consider giving one to a friend who would want a Christian education for their child. In addition, please consider asking your Pastor if you would be able to leave a few on a table or rack of literature at your church. Copies of these flyers are available at the school office.
  • Registration: Please complete your Registration Papers for next year ASAP. This helps us plan and budget for next year.
Congratulations to a Few PCS Faculty Members!
  • Congratulations to Mrs. VanRiper for earning Teacher of the Year for PCS at the annual GSACS Educator's Conference in March! Thank-you for your faithfulness, dedication, and hard work through the years here at P.C.S.
  • Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Berry on the birth of their son Athanasius Owen on Wednesday, April 6!
  • Congratulations to Pastor and Mrs. Tubbs on the birth of their son, Orrin Andrew on Friday, April 15!
Congratulations!
  • Congratulations to our Winners for the Senior High GSACS Fine Arts Competition:

1st Place
    • Band
    • Large Vocal Ensemble          
    • Andrew Monroy-World History/Geography
    • John Pankratz-Spelling
    • Ted Stites-Political Science/Economics
    • Nohemy Zabala-Spanish and Original Persuasive Oratory

2nd Place

    • Alyssa Chellaraj-Algebra/Geometry
    • Andrew Monroy-Chess
    • John Pankratz-Chess
    • Gabby Pierre-Accounting

3rd Place

    • Alyssa Chellaraj-Woodwind Solo
    • Max Floth-Biology
    • Estela Izeppi-Spanish
    • Elizabeth Moger-Declamation
    • Kevin Moger-Oral Interpretation of Scripture
    • Elizabeth Vazquez-Spelling

4th Place

    • Aura Gordon-Dramatic Interpretation
    • Sarah Joseph-Religious Reading
    • Matthew Rotondo-Humorous Interpretation
    • Carolina Sachno-Istrumental Woodwind Solo
    • Oscar Vargas-Accounting and French

5th Place

    • Choral Group
    • Stefany Alvarez-Spanish
    • Aura Gordon-Advanced Math
    • Estela Izeppi-Acrylic Painting
    • John Pankratz-Humorous Interpretation and US History/Geography
    • Matthew Rotondo-Old Testament Bible Knowledge
  • Congratulations to our Winners for the History Fair:
6th Grade-Heritage Studies 
(World Architecture)
    • 1st- Logan Marine- “The Pharos of Alexandria”
    • 2nd- (tie) Christopher Defendre- “The Great Wall of China” and Samantha Nye- “The Dome of the Rock”
    • 3rd- Charlotte Milanesi- “The Colosseum”
    • Honorable Mention- Ruthie White- “The Leaning Tower of Pisa”
8th Grade- World Geography
    • 1st- Luciano Catizone- “Ukraine”
    • 2nd- Joe Urciuoli- “Brazil”
    • 3rd- Chloe Milanesi- “France”
    • Honorable Mention- Victoria Efron- “Ireland”
7th and 9th World History
    • 1st- Aidan Carmichael- “The Mayans”
    • 2nd- Rose Hockman- “Animism”
    • 3rd- Emma Logothetis- “Ancestor Worship”
    • Honorable Mention- Sarah Joseph- “Plato and Aristotle” and Gabrielle Dejean- “King Tut”
Best of Fair (Middle School)- Alex Robinson- “Zen Buddhism”

10th and 11th 
United States History
    • 1st- Alyssa Chellaraj- “A Closer Look at the Donner Party”
    • 2nd- John Pankratz- “The Great Depression”
    • 3rd- Daniel McMillen- “Ronald Reagan”
    • Honorable Mention- Elizabeth Vazquez- “The Salem Witch Trials”
12th US Government
    • 1st- Max Floth- “The Watergate Scandal”
    • 2nd- Gabriel Acosta- “The Manhattan Project”
    • 3rd- Ted Stites- “The US Mafia”
    • Honorable Mention- Oscar Vargas- “Aldrich Ames: In the Wrong Direction”
Best of Fair (High School)- Ryan Crombie- “Hurricane Katrina”
  • Walkathon Pledges: Thank you to all of you who have given your support to our annual Walkathon. We praise the Lord for the donations. So far, we have been able to purchase the following:

    • Two Automated External Defibrillators
    • Athletic Uniforms
    • Additional risers for the Christmas and Spring programs along with rails 
    • Classroom tables

    About Us


    Since 1970, Parsippany Christian School has been one of the key ministries of Parsippany Baptist Church. Conveniently located near the junctions of Route 10, 46, 80, and 287 in Morris County in Northern N.J., Parsippany Christian currently consists of about 164 students. Our goal is to assist and thus to partner with parents in their biblical role of both academic and spiritual education by offering a superior core education that encompasses both in a Christian worldview. Our faculty is dedicated to both sound academic instruction as well as to godly mentorship. The end goal is to train the next generation of Christian young people who will demonstrate biblical wisdom by surrendering their lives to the will of God and who will serve as a witness and testimony for Him in their community whether that be in the secular workforce or in full-time ministry.

     

    For Your Information

     
    **ShopRite Gift Cards:  If you shop at ShopRite you can support our PTF with the purchase of ShopRite gift cards.  Gift Cards are now available in the school office.

    **Stop and Shop wants to give our school $$$! All you need to do is go on their website:  Stopandshop.com and register your card number with their A+ School Rewards program. The identification number for PCS is 40155.  


    **School Sweatshirts, Fleeces, Sweaters are now available via Lands End. So, they can be purchased at any time. Please be reminded that our uniform policy only allows a School sponsored sweatshirt, fleece, or sweater. School-sponsored items purchased in the past will have either the embroidered Patriot logo or the embroidered School logo.

    **Sweaters can be bought from anywhere, but they should be plain navy, red, or white without any type of logo, except if it is the School logo.

    Credit Card Purchases 

    We are now able to accept credit cards in the office. At this time, we are able to accept credit cards in order to pay for tuition or any other FACTS related charges, gym clothes, and ShopRite gift cards. 

    -There will be a 2.75% Processing fee for any purchases relating to FACTS or gym clothes. 

    -A 1.50% Processing Fee will be charged for any purchases relating to ShopRite gift cards. This means P.C.S. is absorbing 1.25% of the Processing Fee thus decreasing our donation from ShopRite. So, we still encourage purchasing ShopRite gift cards via cash if possible.

    At this time, we are not able to take any Chip Cards. We are looking into being able to accept chip cards in the future.