International Student Program
Inviting Students to CSY from Around the World
At CSY, we strive to provide a learning environment that embraces and welcomes all backgrounds and cultures. When we learn to appreciate other worldviews, perspectives, and histories, we expand our understanding of God's world and our place within it. By studying at The Christian School of York, our international students will graduate prepared to succeed in a four-year American university as they continue to pursue their God-given calling.
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The Christian School of York partners with the following International Student Agencies:
"I decided to come back to CSY for a second year because my education at CSY is better for my future and for choosing a good college. My teachers are really nice and you can always come to them if you have any problems. That's a big thing and a difference from Germany. My favorite class is Cross Cultural missions because I love learning about other countries and I am pretty good at it. From the first day at CSY my classmates welcomed me really well. I enjoy hanging out with my friends at school. I feel like everyone wants to get to know me and knows who I am and my love of soccer. I play soccer as a striker and midfield. You should come to CSY because its a smaller school, the attention is more on you and the teachers understand you if you don't know the language well. It's much easier to find friends here because its small."
Agency: I. E International
"I think at the first Bible class, I don't even know Jesus was God or basic things. And I also had doubts about many things. But now I can explain about God if somebody ask me. Also I have been having faith to God. It's very interesting to know and learning about Bible, and also have many curious things and questions. I think his message is peace. there are lots of difficult things in the world. For example, War, hunger, disease. Also we are having a hard time right now. But when we thinking it positively, it could be a practice that we can learn something new ,and prepare for the future. And we can be strong. So I think God's message is , Be good to people, pray to him and have faith in God."
“You should come to CSY because its a smaller school, the attention is more on you and the teachers understand you if you don't know the language well. It's much easier to find friends here because its small.”
Mrs. Rebekah Davis currently serves at CSY as the International Student Coordinator and teacher as well as a NHS co-advisor. She has been teaching for six years and is in her fourth year at CSY. Mrs. Davis received her undergraduate degree at Lancaster Bible College and received a B.S. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and a B.S. in Bible. She went to China student teaching and worked with university level students. Mrs. Davis is currently enrolled at Messiah University pursuing a M.Ed in TESOL. She lives with her husband and two cats in York and in her free time she likes to do handcrafts like sewing and knitting. Mrs. Davis also enjoys thrifting for vintage style/decor and taking care of her hundreds of houseplants. Her favorite verse is 1 Peter 3:15-16 because it gives us good guidelines for living our lives in Christ and sharing that with others.