Quick Facts

A Brief Overview of CCS

 

Founded  

1975

 

Location 1010 Tustin AveSanta Ana, CA 92705

 

Grades Kindergarten – 8th

(We also work in partnership with Calvary Christian Preschool)

 

Accreditation CCS is fully accredited by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) and

WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges)

 

Enrollment 275
Faculty 36 faculty and staff members

All faculty members have Bachelor’s degrees

37% have a post-graduate degree

 

School Hours Elementary: 8:25 AM – 3:00 PM

Middle School: 8:15 AM – 3:00 PM

We strongly urge all students to arrive at school 10 – 15 minutes before start time.

 

School Days CCS currently has 175 instructional days. There are breaks for Thanksgiving, Christmas Holidays, Easter, national holidays and various teacher in-service days.

 

Uniforms Uniforms are required for all grades K – 8. Please check the website or check with the office for uniform requirements.

 

Extended Care Hours Our After School Program (ASP) is a loving, safe, and fun program designed to meet the needs of families who require care for their children ages K – 8th Grade before and after normal school hours. ASP opens each school day at 6:30 am and closes at 6:00 pm. ASP is not included in tuition, but offers several plans that fit your needs.

 

Teacher/Student Ratio 18:1

 

Enrollment New student enrollment is OPEN on a rolling basis until all grades fill. All materials and appointments must be completed before a decision can be made.

 

Sports Basketball, Flag Football, Golf, Soccer, Volleyball, Cheer

 

Enrichments
Band, Choir, Drama, Strings, Music Theory, Culinary Arts, Private Lessons (Voice, Guitar, and Band Instruments), Drama, Art (Painting, Drawing, and Ceramics), Guitar, Robotics

 

Extracurricular Student Council, Cub Scouts, American Heritage Girls, Girl Scouts, Academic Chess, Mad Science, Golf Squad

 

Campus Enhancements
Outdoor turf field installed, updated and improved Gym, renovated classrooms

 

Community Service Throughout the year, students (within their grade levels and school-wide) have the opportunity to demonstrate the love and compassion of Jesus through their service to the local and global community. Service opportunities have included Operation Christmas Child, shoe drives, collections for local food banks, clothing drives, care packages for our military, community outreach projects for the local community, such as helping the local hospital with care kits and supporting the church’s annual Light the Night community event each Halloween. For the past two years, our Middle School students have had the opportunity to travel to Ecuador on a short-term mission trip.