Spiritual Life

Elyon Christian School is dedicated to educating students in a Christian environment by the righteous Word of God. It is our main purpose to have a solid Biblical foundation in our curriculum as well as our teaching approach. We implant Christian characters in our school values to encourage students to have a loving personality, ability to endure, an advanced mind, and decent behavior. It is our biggest pride and joy to accompany their spiritual journey of becoming victorious leaders in Jesus Christ.

Our students’ spiritual and character development have always been our focus and priority. We provide an inviting place for children to learn and experience God’s love through our activities and teachings. Each class is especially designed to help students understand God’s wisdom, words, and direction for their lives. We use a detailed curriculum written by our school chaplains that start at the beginning of the Bible all the way through the end, providing a foundation of knowledge for our kids to serve God throughout their lives. Our teen programs are dynamic and engaging, covering relevant topics with the experience of passionate worship. We dedicated every meeting to guide our students in reaching a deeper relationship with God. This goal is accomplished through

Fellowship and Devotion

Every day we begin our class activities with a morning devotion led by each homeroom teacher. Once a week we have a joint fellowship for each unit (Lower Primary, Upper Primary, Secondary and High School). We encourage students to seek the truth of God’s words, memorize Bible verses, and pray for each other.

Bible reading and Praying

We encourage students to have a personal devotion time at home by reading the Bible and praying. Our teachers collaborate with parents to give guidance and support to make sure this activity will be a part of the students’ daily routine. Furthermore, we want students to use their praying time as a personal and intimate conversation between a child and a Father, and not as a habit. 

Student Counseling Pastoral

ECS believes that each student has their own struggles that need close guidance and pastoral support. We give each student an equal opportunity for private counseling and mentoring with the school’s Chaplains. This way students can get to know their own personality, how to relate to others, and how to relate their personal lives to God.

ECS Sharing Love

The Sharing Love Project is a routine opportunity for students to help people in need around our community. It is a part of our Christmas tradition, where students and parents can donate staple food items and have a few representatives from school distribute them to orphanages and eldercare houses. We want our students to understand the beauty of helping each other and sharing God’s blessing to less fortunate families.

Student Seminar

The Student Seminar is another platform to support our students’ spirituality growth. We create this opportunity for grade 5-12 to discuss current issues and adolescent problems, such as sex education and gadget usage. We understand that adolescence is a tender age where students experience a lot of change in both their bodies and personalities, thus, our duty is to make sure that they are prepared to face any challenge while staying in God’s path. 


Senior level students (Grade 6, 9, and 12) are required to join the spiritual retreat. Through this program, we want to provide an opportunity for the students to devote some special time away from routine learning activities and get closer to God. It is a crucial time for them to understand God’s will and experience a spiritual journey, both personally and in small groups.

Sunday school Attendance

ECS encourages parents to motivate their children to attend Sunday school services  in their respective churches. We believe that students need a healthy and inspiring community to continue growing as a God’s child. It is very important to build this habit of joining routine communal worship from the early age in order to build an intimate relationship with God.