Each fall students engage in several days of intentional community building and development at Advance. High School students play games, participate in team-building activities with each other and faculty, and worship together. This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about our theme for the year, reconnect with each other and welcome new students into our community. Middle School students also spend several days building community through fun activities and games as well as learning about the unique aspects of our Christian Learning Community and the important role they play in it.
Student council leads many of the activities that give our students an opportunity to connect and have fun. They pick the theme nights for our home sporting events, host the winter dance and spring formal, lead spirit week activites, plan school-wide servant events like the fall and spring food drive, and engage with the middle school students in a "Clue" game night. Student Council positions are elected at the end of the school year for the following and include representation from each high school class.
Student Council volunteering at the Redmond Food Project
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