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Community Christian School is an interdenominational body of believers. Our relationships with one another, as well as the world around us, will be characterized by love, truth, and grace. As a school, we understand that we are stronger together, and we will strive to preserve our unity in Christ. Welcome home. 

Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. It is our mission and responsibility as parents and teachers to help our children to seek, love, obey and proclaim Him. We are unwavering in our commitment to the Truth as revealed in the Holy Bible. We resolve to instill into our students Christian virtues such as self-control, integrity, responsibility, respect, and perseverance that will help them to mature in their faith walk.

We believe education is a critical foundation consisting of two primary components: virtue and knowledge. We will seek to provide our students with wisdom through a well-rounded, rigorous, Biblically-based curriculum that will help them identify their strengths, and prepare them to be successful in their pursuits at CCS and beyond.

We believe the entire process of education is seen as a means used by the Holy Spirit to bring the student into fellowship with God, to develop a Christian mind in him, and to train him in godly living, so that he can fulfill God's total purpose for his life personally and vocationally. He must be taught the Bible and come to know God and His nature, learning to see all truth as God's truth. All learning should center around Christian values integrated with and interpreted by God's Word. In the focus of the Christian faith, CCS utilizes all of man's being as a study of God's revelation so that intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development is given balance, unity, and direction.





We exist to provide a firm foundation of truth, knowledge, and virtue for a lifetime of service to God and man.


Our school’s purpose is to provide our students with a firm foundation of Truth, knowledge and virtue for a lifetime of service to God and man.  By the time students graduate from CCS, we want to see growth in these key areas.

  • Accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior

  • Seek to grow in their knowledge and understanding of Him resulting in a deepening love relationship characterized by living a life of obedience to Christ and the desire to proclaim His name in word and deed

  • Accept responsibility for their spiritual growth, develop a discipline of prayer and devotion, utilize God’s Word, and applying it to their daily life

  • Accept the Bible as the only inspired Word of God and use it as a guide for daily living

  • Read, understand and memorize scripture, developing a Biblical Worldview on all aspects of life

  • Able to recognize faulty reasoning and/or truth claims and correctly apply biblical truth to the issue

  • Actively utilize their gifts in a church community, serving God and others

  • Demonstrate growth in godly character specifically in the areas of self-control, integrity, responsibility, respect, and perseverance


  • Identify their unique strengths and God-given gifts and abilities

  • Accept responsibility for their education

  • Become a life-long learner

  • Demonstrate proficiency in all grade-level curricula areas

  • Find, examine, evaluate and use information as they become independent learners

  • Develop and demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills

  • Possess an appreciation for the fine arts

  • Develop and utilize critical thinking skills

  • Possess the necessary learning/work habits and knowledge to be successful in post-secondary learning and the workforce 


  • Demonstrate the ability to live in community with others learning to balance love, truth, and grace in their relationships

  • Assume personal responsibility for attitude and actions

  • Develop skills for successful conflict resolution

  • Understand, value, and practice the skills of effective citizenship while building lifelong relationships

  • Show integrity and respect for others

  • Develop an understanding and acceptance of physical, social, spiritual, and cultural differences without compromising the Truth.

  • Practice responsible stewardship of God’s Creation

  • Realize that human beings are created in the image of God and that our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit

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