Private Christian school serving The Woodlands, Shenandoah, Spring and Conroe. Distinctive education from preschool to seventh grade.
Our Guiding Principles
Our mission is to provide a superior education in a warm, caring atmosphere that will equip students to serve and lead in Christ. The purpose of Christ Community School is to provide a traditional academic education integrated with the Christian worldview in such a way that
God may be glorified and His Son, Jesus Christ, may be made known and accepted as the only way to eternal life, through the power and working of His Holy Spirit, and That all activities of the school through its students, faculty, staff, parents, supporters, and Board of Directors will model God’s standards for each of our lives, namely: To do what is just; To show constant love; and to live in humble fellowship with our God. (Micah 6:8)
Our Board of Directors
Christ Community School is governed by a Board of Directors that seeks to honor God and the responsibility given to them. The Board is a group of representatives who meet to determine the overall direction of the school. Serving voluntarily, the group is comprised of parents, family and community members with a variety of backgrounds, knowledge and experience all sharing a vested interest in the school and its ultimate success.
Scott Karol – President of the Board
Angela Sanders – Vice President
Christi Wren – Secretary
Scott Burrow, Kenneth Prejean, Mack Neff and Nick Dupre
Jess Pierrel - Principal
Alyssa Porter - Admissions & Marketing Manager
Laura Armstrong - Office Manager
Sam Prejean - Finance Manager
Our K-7 teachers must hold at least a bachelor’s degree in education from a recognized college or university (Generalist EC-6 Standard), hold a valid teaching certificate (issued by the ACSI, State of Texas, or other state as approved by administration) and/or be willing to apply for ACSI/Texas Teacher Certificate.
For all positions, please complete and submit our Employment Application.