To provide an excellent Christ-centered education dedicated to developing discerning leaders who are spiritually, personally, and academically prepared to impact their world
Find out how CCS fosters academic growth as well as social and spiritual development during the first five years of your child's life.
Your child will learn more during the first five years of life than during any other period. From basic hand-eye coordination to the first steps of reading, foundational skills are developed...
An elementary education at Cascade Christian provides strong academics in the basics of reading, language arts, and mathematics as well as a solid foundation in social studies and science, a...
The curriculum at Cascade Christian Junior High is designed to build a strong academic foundation that will lead to high school success.
Cascade Christian High School provides students with an experience that focuses on core foundational academics, integrated from a biblical worldview, with an emphasis on developing leadershi...
campuses serving families across Pierce County
of graduating students in 2022 had above a 3.6 GPA
students from infants to grade 12
Largest ACSI school in Washington State
recognized by PLTW as “distinguished school”
sports offered across the district
in all subjects
CCS prepares, motivates, and inspires students to passionately pursue their purpose before God and engage in lifelong learning (Proverbs 1:1-7, Colossians 3:23, Ephesians 2:10).
CCS provides abundant opportunities for students to discover and apply their unique God-given leadership qualities so they can grow and develop into steward leaders (Mark 10:42-45, 1 Timothy 4:12).
CCS develops respectful and responsible students who are confident and compassionate in their relationship with God and others, and who view themselves as created in God’s image (Philippians 4:8, Galatians 5:22–23, 2 Peter 1:5–8, Colossians 3:12–14).
CCS teaches and trains students to continuously grow in their relationship with God in the process of becoming discerning leaders (Mark 10:42–45, 1 Timothy 4:12).
Do you sometimes feel pulled in different directions? While the things that pull on us day in and day out can be, and often are, good in and of themselves, the problem is that being pulled like this can make us feel as though we have no grounding. And when we have nothing we feel grounded in, that can lead to feeling out of balance or simply lost. It is important, therefore, that we have a grounding, especially when life seems chaotic and ou
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