Dear Parents,

On behalf of the staff and the Hudsonville Christian School Community, I want to say welcome!  We are glad you have made the decision to partner with us in the important task of equipping your child with a Christian education!

I am so blessed to have been in Christian Education for 40 years spending the last ten of those years working with Dan Pott, former Superintendent. It is my honor to be asked to fill this role and continue his vision of educating all God’s children. I have been called to this service and prayerfully approach all aspects of that service. With God’s guidance, I look forward to both the opportunity of creating a sense of community among our students, staff, and parents, as well as continuing to provide the quality Christian education program that has been established at Hudsonville Christian School.

We are often asked what is distinctively different about a Christian education … is it the teachers, the prayer in the classrooms or the Bible curriculum we teach?  The answer to all of these questions is yes, but it is more than that. The difference in Christian education is that we proclaim and integrate His word, our faith, in all aspects of your child’s education.  Integration of faith is something parents should see in all areas of education and yes because we are sinners it must be seen in the discipline as well. We challenge teachers and students alike to make a difference for Him and this lifelong training is something that can only be done in partnership with parents. 

Christian Education is a lifelong commitment and process; we consider it an honor and privilege to work with you. It is our goal as a community of students, staff, and parents to be engaged in education that challenges minds and lives for Christ.  This can be accomplished through diligent efforts and our recognition as a community of believers that Jesus Christ is our Lord. We ask for your prayers as together we move forward with educating His children in the light of His word.

 

Serving Christ together,

Mary Broene

Interim Superintendent

 

Mrs. Broene