About This School
In 2010, Community Christian School had 14 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Community Christian School Reviews
I attended this school k5-12 grade and regret every year I wasted there. The years of teaching never prepared me for the "real world" let alone taught me anything to begin with. If you're not a part of the athletics program then forget being liked by the faculty and staff. Both faculty and staff pick favorites, especially students who's parents work for the school/church. They shove the religion down your throat and if you do not agree, or you ask questions about different religions you get reprimanded, punished and looked down upon. Students are treated poorly and most graduate without being able to continue education at College or University. Faculty hand out scholarships to those they favor or are related to. It is a very biased and hateful school. I would not recommend it for any child of any age. I wish I would have gone to public school so I could have learned about the real world, instead of being sheltered and hated, then thrown into the world suddenly. Do not go here, please.
My son is in his 4th year at CCS; since K-4. We could not be more pleased. The principal, administrators, teachers and all of the staff ensure that everything about the education is Bible-based, including the many activities for students. I will continue to sacrifice to pay the tuition to send my son to CCS. In addition to membership in our evangelical church, there is nothing more important that I could do to prepare my child to live the life that God has planned for him.
I'm not quite sure what this "parent" is speaking of because there are NO examples, but I love this school! The curriculum is all Biblical based even down to the smallest three-year old on campus. Every classroom starts their day with prayer and teaching of the BIBLE.
I have three students at this school and love the small class sizes, the family atmosphere, and everything about it. The curriculum is advanced, yes, but I am so glad that my children are well above the national average in every subject taught.
You will not be disappointed. :)
This school commonly lies to it's students, parents and teachers. They have a lot of chutzpah even using "Christian" in their name! Don't send your kids here if your desire is a Biblical based education. It breaks my heart to write this, but that does not make it any less true. Look elsewhere please.