Student Government

The MS and HS Student Councils are made up of student-elected representatives from each class that serve the student body by planning and organizing social and outreach events. The ICSB Student Body President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer are elected in the spring of every year by students in the 8th - 11th grade.

Chapel and Outreach

Weekly chapel is a central part of our school program, setting the tone of the school with an opportunity to focus on the Lord and worship Him together.


Chapel programs include a variety of special presentations including special speakers, student skits, and a student praise and worship band.


Spiritual Impact Week: In the Spring is a week set aside to be intentional and take extra time out to focus on spiritual things. Students and staff meet daily during this week with music, speaking, and small groups during the worship time.


Serve One Another in Love Galatians 3:15


Elementary: Each year the ICSB 4th and 5th graders help plan and serve in the 'Ovoda Outreach'. Our school is located across the street from a local 'ovoda' or preschool; it gives us a unique opportunity to invite the teachers and students to come and enjoy a morning of activities and fellowship. Our ICSB students have a chance to engage and be intentional with their neighbors across the street and serve them through games, face painting, serving them a snack, and preparing a craft with them. This is a great way to not only teach our students to serve intentionally, but reach out to the local community as well. 



MS Outreach Weekend: Watch the video below!


High School: Just a 5 minute walk up the street from ICSB, there is a Shelter Home for displaced families. Weekly our HS students go and visit with the families and children at the Shelter. ICSB students play games, do crafts, and engage in conversations with these great kids. 

Middle School Outreach

Senior Year

The senior year includes several special events including the Junior-Senior Formal, the Senior Class Trip, Awards Night, and, of course, the Graduation eremony.