Elizabeth Mackey | VALEDICTORY ADDRESS
Elizabeth Mackey delivers her Valedictory Address at graduation.
Graduate Faces Tough Questions
As I wrapped up my first week of my sophomore year of college yesterday, I began to really understand why God placed me at TNCC. This semester I am taking a philosophy class. Of course, on the first day the question of "does God exist?" came up. Shortly thereafter my professor asked how a loving God would kill so many people in the Old Testament. Without stopping to thinking, I said, [...]
A Message from an Alumna
Tori is a member of the Class of 2013. Check out this short video about her time at DBCS.
"Unless the Lord builds a house, the builders labor in vain." Psalm 127:1a
The strategic plan represents our best efforts to cast a vision into the future from the perspective of our current state. Based on what is most important to us as a school, we have sought to commit to writing the plans that we believe will help us to become the school that God envisions.Strategic Plan
Feedback for the SMT
The School Management Team (SMT) values suggestions and input from our school family. All suggestions are welcomed.
If your email involves a concern or conflict, please make sure that you have talked with the staff member or principal involved and please work your way up the organizational charts as outlined in the student handbook.Email SMT
Applications Being Accepted
Now accepting applications for the teaching position noted. If interested, please download and submit a teacher application to the school office.
Email Robert Law concerning the high school Math teacher position.
Email Robert Law concerning the Music teacher position.
Email Steve Fletcher concerning the 4th grade teacher position.
Email Robert Law concerning the Spanish teacher position.
Minimum requirements: Clear Christian testimony and agreement with Statement of Faith. Agreement with philosophy, purpose, mission, and vision of DBCS. ACSI certification (required or must be obtained). Bachelor's degree. Master's degree preferred for high school Math teacher to lead dual enrollment classes.