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Our Campuses

We are committed to each student

  • Dr. Justin Jordan
    Dr. Justin Jordan Superintendent

Reaching your Fullest Potential

From students who wish to earn a full year of college credit before graduating from High School to those who need a unique learning environment to thrive in the learning process, we have the courses to serve your student’s unique learning needs.  Our students thrive under our faculty and our test scores and college acceptance rates reflect that academic excellence. Get to know us and discover how the Biblical worldview infused into everything Cole Valley Christian does can enrich your family.

Elementary Campus – Early Childhood through 6th

  • Shelly Crager
    Shelly Crager Elementary Campus Principal

Under Cole Valley Christian Elementary’s unique academic instructional model, students thrive as they engage their brains through multi-sensory, small group academic approach.  Students rotate to multiple specialty teachers and learning labs throughout the day. Teachers to become experts in their field capable of challenging each individual student at their own level in a dynamic Biblically-infused community. Through themed units, productions, and events, students learn much more than the basic reading, writing, math, history and science.

WE SHEPHERD THEM IN A NURTURING ENVIRONMENT, WHERE THEY ARE ALWAYS ENGAGED, NEVER BORED AND THEIR INDIVIDUAL STRENGTHS THAT GOD HAS GIVEN THEM CAN BE FOSTERED.

Secondary Campus – 7th through 12th

  • Kim DeMain
    Kim DeMain Secondary Campus Principal

OUR RELATIONAL APPROACH IS CONTINUED AS EACH STUDENT IS KNOWN AND UNIQUELY CHALLENGED IN THEIR STRENGTHS AND GIFTEDNESS.

The reason we exist is to serve Jesus Christ by discipling students in and towards their relationship with Him. We filter academic excellence through the Word of God preparing them for higher education with the ability to think critically, problem solve, collaborate, and defend their faith.

Through rigorous academics, competitive athletics, exceptional arts, and spiritual community, students are discipled for faith, character, and leadership.  Students can graduate with as many as 45 college credits as they prepare for the next step in their academic journey.