History of CCS
Central Christian School began as an early childhood program in 1957. After seeing the academic value in the education their children were receiving, parents asked the school to expand its offerings. The current program, early childhood through sixth grade, was established in the 1960's, and our original school facility was expanded a decade later to accommodate a growing student body. In 2009 we added the Summit, another building to house our 5th and 6th program.
Central Christian School continues to operate as a ministry of Central Presbyterian Church and currently educates 290 students from 45 different zip codes and 65 churches. Our vibrant program is recognized in the community, evidenced by secondary school admissions directors pursuing our oldest students. At CCS, we're excited about our future as we prepare students not only for the rigors of secondary school, but for leadership in the 21st century.