Christ Community School students develop a strong foundation in the core academic curriculum, including reading and writing skills, critical thinking, the ability to apply mathematical concepts and a broad understanding of the sciences and humanities. Our teachers apply a variety of instructional strategies in order to maximize the intellectual, spiritual and academic achievement, and development of each student. Scriptural truths are taught in daily Bible classes and are woven into the fabric of each academic discipline in a very practical, life changing way. Our distinctive education equips our students to be able to learn and grow into who God has created them to be.
STEM: Science Technology Engineering and Math
Hands-on collaborative problem solving and creative thinking
Project-based learning opportunities
Basic coding, robotics skills, simple machines
Teaches an understanding of our God as a creator
Emphasis in different mediums, disciplines, history and culture
Cumulative curriculum with increasing complexity
General music education including ear training, rhythm, pitch, harmony, form and more
Singing, moving, playing instruments and games, and creating music at every grade level
Multiple opportunities to perform each year, including praise and worship at chapel and our school wide music program.
History and culture
Teaches responsibility to take care of our bodies, created in God’s image
Learning positive self-management and social skills to work independently and as a team
Structured physical play and activities such as games, sports, dance and cardiovascular exercise
Engaging weekly classes to inspire love of reading and teach library skills
Special events, such as the book fair, Dr. Seuss week, birthday book club
Open for student research and other school projects
Statement of Faith
Christ Community School is made up of staff members and families who genuinely love and obey God. “Love the Lord your God and keep his requirements, his decrees, his laws, and his commands always” (Deut. 11:1). This is evident at our school throughout the entire day and interwoven into everything we do. From an academic perspective our students participate in Bible class daily and chapel weekly so they may become knowledgeable in biblical truths and work toward their own personal relationship with their Lord and Savior. To us, being authentic followers of Christ means walking in obedience to the Lord’s vision for our school, praying and seeking wisdom in all matters of teaching His children, committing ourselves to honoring God’s will and glorifying Him with our works. It also means we embrace opportunities to serve others, we pray often, we study and memorize scripture and we work together to be a strong community of Christians. All of our staff, faculty, and families agree to this statement of faith.