Country Christian School

Equipping Students to Blend Christian Character with Academic Excellence

Our goal is that we are a biblical, Christian school in every way, not merely a school for Christians.
1 Timothy 4:15 – “Be diligent in these matters; give yourself wholly to them, so that everyone may see your progress.” 
Colossians 3:23 – “And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men.”

Biblical Integration in the Academic Arena

The spiritual atmosphere in the classroom is strongly emphasized throughout the entire day. Every day begins with daily devotions – the elementary in their individual classrooms and the junior high and high school in a corporate setting. Classes regularly begin with prayer and/or a short devotion or Bible reading, and teachers are encouraged to engage in prayer as needed. Scripture is the Word of God and is taught as truth. Every element of curriculum is permeated with God’s Word. Chapel is held once a week for all grades and serves two purposes: to worship – giving thanks to God for all that He is and does for us – and to engage in a time of spiritual teaching and development as God’s truths are implanted in each mind and heart.

Academic Year

The academic year at Country Christian School is divided into two semesters each composed of two nine-week quarters. Report cards will be issued at the end of each nine-week grading quarter. Progress reports will be emailed at the four-week mark and six-week mark for all 4th -12th grade students. In addition, K-6th grades will hold conferences with all parents at the end of the 1st quarter and upon teacher or parental request after that. Parents of junior high and high school students may schedule a conference with any teacher or administrator by calling the office.

Graduations

Country Christian School has graduations and promotion ceremonies for kindergarten, 8th grade, and seniors.

Eighth Grade Promotion

Student must be passing or making satisfactory effort in all classes in order to participate in promotion activities.

High School Graduation

Diplomas will be issued to students who earn 26 high school credit, one for each year of a class in high school as follows:

  • 4 credits in English
  • 3 credits in Mathematics
  • 3 credits in Social Sciences (must include 1 global and 1 US history)
  • 3 credits in Science (2 lab classes required)
  • 2 credits in a Second Language (preferably in the same language)
  • 1 credit in Applied or Fine Arts
  • 1 credit in P.E.
  • 1 credit in Health
  • 1/2 credit in Career Planning
  • 7 1/2 open credits (requiring 1 Bible class each year in attendance)