Students from the Northwest Christian Homeschool Program are excited to present “An Evening of the Arts”, Monday, March 31st, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Northwest Christian Upper Campus Activity Center.

This inspiring evening will feature a Living Museum to showcase student literature and history studies, along with art, music, PE and Spanish projects.

Visitors can browse through the elementary art and project gallery. In the Living Museum secondary students in costume will present a character from fiction or history. Secondary artwork will be showcased throughout the evening with a special presentation time to enjoy.

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Northwest Christian Homeschool Program. In commemoration of this, “An Evening of the Arts” will feature addresses from former program directors and will pay tribute to past sponsors and supporters.

There are 71 students currently enrolled in the Northwest Christian Homeschool Program. Students from kindergarten to 6th grade meet at Crossover Church for a weekly hands-on enrichment day. Students in grades 7-12 attend academic classes at Crossover Church, and may participate in athletics and activities at Northwest Christian.

For more information about the Northwest Christian Homeschool Program, contact Ruth Wagley at or 238-4005, ext. 144.