Country Christian School

Equipping Students to Blend Christian Character with Academic Excellence

College and Career Success

Country Christian School seeks to prepare students for success, not only in coursework, but also in life outside the classroom. Our teachers aim to support students as they make the transition out of high school. Whether it be entering the workforce, furthering studies at a community college or a university, or serving in the armed forces.

Students have the opportunity to take a future planning course and a college prep course during their junior and senior years. Student can find information about SAT and ACT testing, college recruiter visits, scholarships, career fields, and more in these courses.

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Grand Canyon University

We are a consortium school with Grand Canyon University making our student eligible for the Canyon Christian School Consortium (CCSC) Award. 


Qualified new students must have graduated from a CCSC participant school with an unweighted GPA of 3.0, an ACT score of 19 or higher or an SAT of 1000 or higher. The scholarship awards $4,000 per academic year to on-campus students who are admissible and $1,500 per academic year to off-campus students. This award is renewable annually for fall and spring, up to eight semesters. 


This award requires the student to join a campus worship service weekly and meet the 40- hour service requirement each academic year. GCU determines where each student serves to meet the requirement. This award cannot be combined with the Grand Canyon University Award.

Statistics for CCS Graduates

2007-2008 Graduates

Among the six students whom applied for scholarships $255,000 was accepted. 23% of the graduating class earned scholarship money.  Students attended Clackamas Community College, George Fox University, University of Portland, Portland State University, and YWAM. One student was the recipient of the Ford Scholars Program, while another student was able to attend Clackamas Community College on a full scholarship.

Follow Up: GFU graduate with a Graphic Arts Major, U of P graduate with a double major in Operations Technology Management and Finance; a graduate that started at CCC then transferred to PSU for a Mechanical Engineering Degree; a graduate that attend PSU as a Music Major whom later transferred to Portland Bible College.


2008-2009 Graduates

Among the six student whom applied for scholarship $203,800 was accepted. 46% of the graduating class earned scholarship money. Students attended George Fox University, Biola University, Corban University, Azusa Pacific University, and Clackamas Community College. One student whom attended Azusa Pacific received full tuition and fees along with a science grant to work in a research lab.

Follow Up: APU graduate was selected to present their research project at a conference in Ireland and is currently studying at the University of North Carolina in a masters program. GFU graduate started at Biola transferring to GFU for an English Major.


2009-2010 Graduates

Students attended University of Portland, George Fox University, Clackamas Community College, and Southwestern Oregon Community College. One student was able to attend Southwestern Oregon Community College on a full scholarship.

Follow Up: U of P graduate with Mechanical Engineering. A GFU graduate with a major in Biological Systems and Structures and a minor in Spanish. Whom was also selected to present their research project at a conference in Boston is currently studying at Seattle University for a Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner.


2010-2011 Graduates

Among the eight students whom applied for scholarships $204,800 was accepted. 67% of the graduating class earned scholarship money. Students attended Hillsdale College, George Fox University, Clackamas Community College, Chemeketa Community Collage, and Stetson University. One student whom was able to attend Chemeketa Community College on a full scholarship graduated with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Emergency Medical Technology and an Associate of Applied Science in Fire Protection - Suppression. Another student whom was able to attend Clackamas Community College on a full scholarship later transferred to Hope International University.


2011-2012 Graduates

Among the seven students whom applied for scholarships $138,000 was accepted. Students attended Oregon State University, Corban College, and Clackamas Community College. Fifteen of the sixteen student attend college in the fall after graduation. One student was named Presidential Scholar at Oregon State University and received full tuition and fees. Two students were finalists in the Ford Scholar program.

Follow Up: OSU graduate in Business Management with a Minor in Communications. OSU graduate in Communications. OSU currently studying Animal Science. West Texas A&M University graduate, started at Corban University, in Business Agriculture.


2012-2013 Graduates

Among the eleven students whom applied for scholarships $219,550 was accepted. 73% of the graduating class earned scholarships. Students attended Embry Riddle University, Grand Canyon University, Corban University, Oregon State University, and Clackamas Community College.


2013-2014 Graduates

Among the eight students whom applied for scholarships $158,745 was accepted. 67% of the graduating class earned scholarships. Students attended George Fox University, Grand Canyon University, Chemekata Community College, Clackamas Community College.


2014-2015 Graduates

Among the eight students whom applied for scholarships $192,200 was accepted. 50% of the graduating class earned scholarships. Students attended Clackamas Community College, Oregon State University, Multnomah University, Liberty University, and Portland Bible College.


2015-2016 Graduates

Among the thirteen students whom applied for scholarships $309,100 was accepted. 72% of the graduating class earned scholarships. Students attended George Fox University, Clackamas Community College, Grand Canyon University, Northwest Christian University, Harding University, Boise Bible College, Linfield College, Mt. Hood Community College, Oregon State University, and Portland Community College. One student was accepted into the Oregon State University Honors College was recognized as one of the top 1% of OSU applicants.