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6th Annual Giving Day Total




Dayspring Christian Academy

$1,157.00 contributions
16 donors

Raised: $1157Remaining: $8843

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Your gifts will enable us to continue to offer the quality K-12 Christian education we have provided to families in the NRV for the past 35 years.  Over the last 20 years, Dayspring has provided well over $4 million in education/scholarship aid to families in ministry and in need of financial aid.  It is the heart of Dayspring that no child be denied a Christian education for financial reasons alone.  For this reason, gifts given through GiveBig NRV will go towards establishing a scholarship fund.



Dayspring is an independent, parent-run, non-denominational school with a student body representing over 30 area churches. Dayspring seeks to partner with families and churches to provide a solid foundation for each child's academic success as well as social and spiritual growth inside and outside the classroom.


The purpose of Dayspring Christian Academy is to provide a quality education based on a totally biblical view of the world. Only in this context can an individual be adequately trained and equipped for service to God. We subscribe to the idea that quality academic instruction can be provided without compromising spiritual integrity.  Our students learn to integrate their academic studies with the truth of God's Word. As a result, they receive the type of training needed to prepare them to live their lives with integrity.


Claudia R donated $100.00
Carolyn R donated $25.00
by Anonymous donated $50.00
by Anonymous donated $100.00
by Anonymous donated $100.00
by Anonymous donated $500.00

Updates and Donors' Comments


High five to DCA's dedication to the students.


Dedicated to Brooklyn Sutphin Class of 2022.