San Jose, CA, November 14, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Four celebrities played for Milpitas Christian School at the golf tournament on November 13, 2018. This community fundraiser was part of the “Legacy to Legacy” capital campaign to build a new campus for preschool, elementary, middle and high school students.
“Milpitas Christian School (MCS) offers the best educational experience in the Milpitas, San Jose and Fremont communities,” described Chris Horton, President and CEO of Silicon Valley Laissez Faire Organization. “I’m pleased to help MCS enhance their program and solidify their position as a leader in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEM, STEAM) education for elementary, middle and high school students.”
“We’re excited about our first charity golf tournament,” explained Robert Murray, Head of School for Milpitas Christian School. “The proceeds of this fundraising event will help us expand our award-winning program to reach even more preschool, elementary, middle and high school students.”
For eleven years, Milpitas Christian School (MCS) has been recognized by the annual Milpitas Post Readers’ Choice Awards. This year, nine “Best of Milpitas” awards and accolades were presented to MCS, including the coveted categories Preschool, Private School and Tutoring/Education Center.
About Milpitas Christian School
Founded in 1974, Milpitas Christian School (MCS) seeks to transform lives for Christ through excellence in education, relationships and service. MCS offers education from preschool, elementary and middle school. Starting in 2019, 9th grade students will be admitted to Milpitas Christian High School, an accredited (WASC, ACM) college preparatory high school. MCS accepts children of all races and nationalities and does not discriminate in any of its programs based on gender, race, or national origin.
For more information and to arrange a campus tour, visit MilpitasChristian.org or call (408) 945-6530.