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Changing the S.O.U.L. of our student body








Being a part of this group requires students to get out of their comfort zones through self-directed responsibilities and leadership to impact one’s social circles of friends and more.
Step up students leading chapel.


Step Up students participating in a group challenge.





Step Up students learn leadership skills through a retreat experience; other opportunities for growth are Eat & Meet lunches, weekly step up challenges, devotions, service opportunities, chapel and committee participation. 
The Step Up retreat is an important activity to develop student leaders.


Step Up students help build community by working together as a team.





During training meetings, Step Up students are challenged to think through examples of what they “have done recently”, what they “notice” around them, and commit to an “I will” goal.
Step Up students learning during a group activity.


Elements of leadership include discussion of current issues/concerns in the middle school, Random Acts of Kindness, service project experiences, accountability partners, devotion sharing, and weekly Step Up challenges.
Students raise money for missions through "penny wars".


Students meet during lunches for devotions and planning.


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"Direct My steps according to you word."  Psalm 119:133
May we all be reminded to Step Up in our daily lives and impact others for Christ!