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Calumet Christian School (CCS) emphasizes knowledge, character, and community. The mission of our pre-kindergarten through eighth grade program is to prepare students for high school and beyond by developing in them a solid academic, spiritual, and relational foundation. We envision the graduates of our school playing an influential role in their schools, churches, and communities.
Average years of teaching experience: 12
Student-teacher ratio: 23 to 1
All faculty members are growing Christians involved in lay ministry and/or leadership in the church.
CCS emphasizes the development of godly character in a grace-based, relational environment.
Teachers partner with parents in the shared goal of helping students develop internally controlled behavior based on biblical truth and an understanding of God’s love and forgiveness.
CCS emphasizes the importance of living, learning, and growing in a community. Students learn how to accept one another based on God’s grace, which emphasizes responsibility and selflessness in relationships.
Teachers endeavor to model sacrificial love: they pray with students, encourage students, and impart loving discipline.
When parents and schools work together in a community with a shared vision, children are far more likely to prosper academically, spiritually, and relationally.
Elementary schools teach the Riggs (phonics) reading curriculum
Elementary schools incorporate the Core Knowledge curriculum in literature, science, and social studies.
Most graduating 8th graders earn high school credit in algebra, science, and Spanish.
The average CCS student ranks at or above the 77th percentile nationally in math, reading, and language on standardized testing.*
CCS believes in providing high quality education that is affordable for a wide range of families. Compare our tuition with other private schools in the area.
*CCS students take the MAP (Measurement of Academic Progress) test 2 times a year to monitor academic progress.