Meadowbrook CARES
Community Action Reaching Excellence in Service

The Meadowbrook CARES (Community Action Reaching Excellence in Service) project connects our students to specific needs within our community. Each class completes at least one project a year in order to begin putting their faith into action and see the impact they can have on their communities with simple acts of service and kindness. Our students have assisted organizations such as The Ronald McDonald House, HandUp Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Father’s Hope, Kelsey’s Dream, and Operation Christmas Child.

CEE | Career  Expectations & Exploration

This annual event every spring gives Meadowbrook students in grades 7-12 an opportunity to explore career options. The school brings in more than 40 experts from a wide variety of fields into the school for short seminars with the students. There are also workshops on interview skills, budgeting, and communication skills. Additionally, students take career assessment inventories, which give them ideas and direction as they begin to consider their future college and career options. This event is coordinated by  Penny Gabel and  Beth George – please contact them for more information or to find out how to get involved.

Christian College Fair

Meadowbrook hosts an annual Christian College Fair in the fall. The NACCAP Christian College Fair is open to the public. Families have the opportunity to talk to more 30 representatives from Christian colleges all over the nation and Canada. Also includes a college financial aid seminar. For more information and dates go to  myblueprintstory.com and click on Milton, PA Fair

Grandparent’s Day

Grandparent’s Day is a half-day opportunity for grandparents of students in all grade levels (Nursery School-12th grade). Grandparents are invited to enjoy a meal and program with their grandchildren, and cherish some special time set aside just for them. The half day schedule allows the opportunity for grandparents, who do not traditionally spend as much time with the students as parents do, to have some very intentional time with their grandchildren following school if they choose while also experiencing first-hand the difference Meadowbrook Christian School is making in the lives of their grandchildren.

Alumni

With only 72 students beginning in 1982, Meadowbrook Christian School quickly grew to over 300 students in 1994. Our Meadowbrook Alumni Community 400 + strong continue to serve and make a difference all over the globe in their roles as Mothers, Fathers, Lawyers, Doctors, Teachers, Pastors, Missionaries and a host of other life vocations.