Jesse Remington graduates remember travel, service, and the feeling of family at school
The small Christian school, which began in the basement of the church back in 1992, offers kids a chance to travel and become involved in a wide range of community service while, at the same time, receiving an individualized and highly challenging academic education.
Graduating seniors Anna Bacon, Rachel Burke, Victoria Choi, Zachary Clark, Daniel Elliott, Emily Goldthwaite, Julia Hawkins, Angelina MacDonald, Anna Philbrick and Madeline Pryor will now head off to colleges and work as nearby as Saint Anselm College and as far off as Bodrog Christian School in Hungary.
"As a school, we travel all over," said Bowden. "We've been to New York and Philadelphia and the kids do a lot of volunteer work."
And as Rev. Bryan Moore, pastor of Candia's Congregational Church, told the crowd, the students are ready to take their next big step.
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