Columbia Christian School

Schedule of Events

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  • 12/10/2018

    Peppermint Village, December 10, 13-15 

  • 12/12/2018

    K-12th Music chapel in the gym, 2:00 p.m. 

  • 12/13/2018

    1:30 p.m. 3rd-6th grades, Dudneywood 

  • 12/14/2018

     12/14-15 Crusader Classic, here, SG/SB

  • 12/15/2018

    Archery, Southwest, Little Rock

    Destination Raffle Drawing at the Crusaders Classic

  • 12/17/2018

     Monday-Wednesday, December 17-19 School will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. for semester tests.  Students may wear jeans & Christmas shirts

  • 12/19/2018

     2nd 9 weeks/1st semester ends

  • 12/20/2018

     December 20-January 4  Christmas holidays.  School will resume on January 7.

  • 12/28/2018

    12/28-29 BB, Glenbrook Holiday Classic, there, SG/SB

  • 01/04/2019

     BB, Garrett Memorial, Hope, all 4 teams, 4:00 p.m.

  • 01/05/2019

     BB, Jr. High Tournament, here, JG/JB

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What to Expect

The Columbia Christian faculty, staff and administration are committed to excellence. We understand that the ultimate meaning of excellence involves the nature, character and works of God.

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Registration Process

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Tuition

Tuition and Fees

The following tuition, fees, and book costs are for the 2018-2019 academic school year.

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Although we have not arrived, excellence remains one of the highest priorities as we strive to serve as willing hands and feet of God's character and of His amazing works. In keeping this commitment, we strive to offer the following to CCS students and parents:

  1. Effective, well-trained Christian teachers who love the Lord and your child(ren).
  2. Nurturing classrooms managed by teachers who are committed to their personal Quest for Excellence and who strive to model the fruit of the Spirit in all of their lives. The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, gentleness, goodness, faithfulness, meekness and self control. (Gal. 5:22)
  3. Daily Bible instruction: every subject taught is integrated with the truths and Christian values contained in the Bible. Students also take Bible classes each day. Prayer is an important part of every student's school day.
  4. Because Columbia Christian School is biblically based and a ministry of First Baptist Church, Magnolia, teachers teach Biblical views which are held in common by churches that agree the Bible is the Word of God, and that Jesus Christ is the Risen Son of God and the only way to salvation. The loving grace of our Lord Jesus extends to all people who call upon the name of the Lord.
  5. All students are taught to seek forgiveness for sin, accept Jesus Christ as their Savior, take personal initiative to study God's Word and make it their primary objective to love, serve and honor Jesus Christ.
  6. Rigorous educational instruction at a level which students can succeed with reasonable effort. Reasoning, critical thinking skills and internalization of Christian values are important educational goals.
  7. Teachers to view parents as the primary educators of their children under God. Christian teachers receive their authority to teach children from parents.
  8. Parents can expect written or personal communication from teachers to allow parents to provide added assistance to the student in time to raise a grade should an academic grade begin to slip. Parents are always welcome at school and parent/teacher conferences may be arranged through the school office. If student difficulties or differences with the school arise, Columbia Christian School is committed to working with parents and students to resolve the issue.
  9. Kindergarten classes do not exceed 20 students. Primary class sizes are normally no larger than 20 students. Intermediate classes will normally be no larger than 23 students. Most junior high and high school academic classes are below 30 students. The principal may approve larger class sizes to resolve scheduling issues.
  10. Columbia Christian School's Quest for Excellence is a commitment to do all things heartily, as to the Lord. (Col. 3:23) Excellence in every aspect of our school is our goal. We look forward to you joining this Quest and becoming a part of Columbia Christian School.

Enrollment will proceed as follows:

  1. Request a school enrollment application.
  2. After you have submitted your application you will be contacted to set up a family interview and placement testing.
  3. Complete the enrollment form (Complete at interview)
    Pay the non-refundable enrollment fee
    Provide proof of current academic standing
    The most current achievement test scores
    Copy of student's birth certificate
    Current up-to-date health and immunization record
    Note: Kindergartners must be 5 by August 1.
  4. Notification of admission by the school.
  5. Admission will be considered completed each year after all required forms are completed and returned to school.


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Annual Tuition

Annual Family Tuition

Monthly Tuition
Aug-May (10 months)

1st student

$3,600

$3,600

$360

2nd student

10% discount - $3,240

$6,840

$684

3rd student

50% discount - $1,800

$8, 640

$864

4th student

75% discount - $900

$9,540

$954

5th student

75% discount - $900

$10,440

$1,044

       
       
       
       

Enrollment Fee

$110 for 1 student

 

$185 for 2 in family

 

$260 for 3 or more in family

 

Testing Fee

$75 per student in grades 3-10

 

Book Fee

Kindergarten

$200

 

 

Grades 1-8

$275

 

 

Grades 9-12 will be determined after they register for their classes

             

       Tuition Costs will include Student Accident Insurance while in            school or on school trips as well as a school yearbook for each          child.

 

 

 



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