Covenant Classical Christian School has many distinctive advantages that make our school a great choice for educating your child.
One of the most important reasons for choosing Covenant is that we educate young people from a Biblical worldview. A Biblical worldview gives students a firm foundation for making important decisions in life, including the most basic decision of whether they will live for personal gain or as a disciple of Christ with a devoted servant’s heart. It prepares them to see through and stand against cultural beliefs that are non-biblical. Finally, a Biblical worldview helps young people to know, understand, and express the fact that all truth is God’s truth and that all things are held together by God for His glory.
SMALL CLASS SIZES:
Covenant, our average class size ranges from 10 to 15 students. While it is easy to see that a small class size gives teachers the ability to provide more individualized attention, research has also shown that students feel more confident and engaged when their class size is smaller. Students are willing to speak up more frequently and ask questions, while teachers can provide extra assistance or enrichment when needed.
The average tuition for private schooling in the United States is greater than $10,000 per year. Covenant’s tuition is significantly less and can be paid in convenient monthly installments with no penalty for choosing a payment plan.
At Covenant, teaching is not just a profession, it is a calling. Our teachers work long, hard hours for much less pay than their public school counterparts to help their students prepare to succeed in college and in life. They pray continually for their students to know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior and to think critically about the world in which they live.
Sixth grade teacher, Jan Ward, describes her passion for teaching at Covenant, “I want my students to be effective Christians who are willing to stand up for God in this generation. I desire that through their lives, many will see Jesus and commit their lives to Him as well (Matthew 5:16.)”