• Why Small Schools Work

    Have you ever wondered if a small school can offer the same quality education as a larger public school?

    You may be suprised to learn some of the advantages small schools offer that public schools only wish they could. We offer individualization, flexibility, a family atmosphere, parental involvement, spiritual growth, and much more. Continue reading to find out what else we have to offer you and your children.

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  • Christian Values

    An equally important aspect of our education is the work of preparing students to live a happy Christian life. Helping the children to develop such character traits as kindness, teamwork, and love is core to the mission of our school.

    If you seek the value of a caring, Christian environment with dedicated teachers, a family atmosphere, and high standards, then this is the school for you and your child! The school is a chartered, private school, fully accredited and recognized by the State of Ohio.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to partner with parents in bringing up their children in accordance with God's plan, while working together to...

Provide Quality education in a family atmosphere;

Promote A Christ-centered life and the development of a Christ-like character;

Protect children from unnecessary temptations by creating a Christian environment;

Prepare our students for a successful life in this world and for a future in Heaven.

School Events and Notes

  • Service Dog

    The students were treated to a visit from a service dog. The children learned how Caesar the dog helps his disabled veteran owner, Mrs. McCalister, get around more easily.

  • National School Choice Week

    The school invited the students' parents and families to come in and join us for a lunch to celebrate "National School Choice Week". Each child was presented with a yellow fleece scarf.

  • A Christmas Carol

    The upper grade class studied the Charles Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol" and took a field trip to see the musical at the Palace Theater in Columbus.

  • Pennies for Patients

    Every year the school students help raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Students take part in special days like "Hat Day" and "Character Day"

  • Valentine's Dinner

    The students perform in a musical program and then afterwards serve their friends and families a Valentine's Dinner. This is one of our biggest fundraising events of the year.