Charlotte Christian offers ‘Godly’ curriculum
Since 1950, Charlotte Christian School has been a JK-12 Christ-centered, college preparatory, independent school.
The school has been a strong part of the community, including participating in service projects and boasting talents alumni. It is continuing to grow with a new art and worship facility.
“The school equips and develops students to effectively integrate biblical truth and learning into their daily lives and to impact the culture for Christ,” read the school’s website.
Faith is a large part of the school’s culture, including weekly chapel. Subjects are taught through the “filter of God’s Word.”
The student body has participated in various service projects related to hunger, including working with Charlotte-based nonprofit Together We Feed and Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina.
School lunches are provided through Flik Independent Dining Services and feature healthy meals that are provided through tuition.
Charlotte Christian provides a balanced, yet challenging college-preparatory curriculum that includes more than 45 honors and Advanced Placement classes; 51 athletic teams; and a broad fine arts program encompassing visual, musical and theatrical skill development. The student population of more than 1,055 reflects a geographical, denominational, racial and ethnic diversity.
Students have earned almost $25 million of college scholarships over the last five years, 99 percent have attended four-year colleges and universities; and 92 were Advanced Placement Scholars. Students also have earned academic merit through robotics competitions and other extracurricular activities.
The school also earned 32 team state championships.
The school is accredited though the Southern Association of College and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement, a division of AdvanED.
Charlotte Christian School
7301 Sardis Road, Charlotte
Tuition: $13,675 to $19,430