Charlotte Christian School
Charlotte, NC 28270
About This School
In 2010, Charlotte Christian School had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The North Carolina average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Charlotte Christian School Reviews
I love Charlotte Christian School. I have been there since I was in 1st grade, and have had just an excellent experience. There is a great balance between athletics and academics. All the teachers are loving towards the students and really try to make it the best experience for you. They will come in before school or stay after school to help you. The students are another reason that I love Charlotte Christian. They are so kind and caring, but just like any school there will still be drama and problems that you will have with your friends. I would recommend Charlotte Christian School to everybody, because it is such a Christ-centered environment.
I am a parent of two Charlotte Christian students and LOVE CCS. I am sure most parents can relate, but, both of my children learn in absorb information and function in their classes completely differently. One is type A and the other is a "mess". It has been amazing to watch the teachers love each child for their individual gifts and work with them in a manner that pulls the very best from each child. Charlotte Christian teachers LOVE children. They truly believe that our children have unlimited potential and they tap into that. I have NEVER in 7 years felt anything other than pure acceptance and excitement when I was on CCS grounds. The children are smiling, happy and excited to see what the day will bring. My children jump out of the car happy to go to school. I consider myself and my children fortunate to be part of the CCS family.
After three years at Charlotte Christian School my children were still treated as outsiders. It is a very cliquey school that has become more focused on athletics than on academics. It does not feel like a Christian school, but rather just another private school for the wealthy, privileged children of South Charlotte.