About This School
In 2010, Massillon Christian School had 8 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Ohio average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Massillon Christian School Reviews
I am happy that I made the decision to send my children to MCS. Is the school perfect? No. No school is. If you are looking for a school that will support you in raising your child give them a solid academic foundation and give them opportunities they would not have in a larger school than MCS is for you. The teachers love and care for the students and go above and beyond to serve students and families. As a small school MCS can not meet the needs of everyone. The school has an excellent first time passage rate on the OGT and excellent test scores. Students are well prepared to go on to college. Students who would not have a chance to play athletics, participate in leadership roles or other activities have a chance here. MCS offers sports, band, drama, service opportunities, and more. Check the school out for yourself and see if it is where God wants your children to be.
Ok, I love all the little fanboys off this school, but honestly if you want your child to end up with a good future don't send them here. There are hardly any classes to chose from here. It is a waste of time to even go here...honestly. Send them to a public school, they will be more prepared for life. You can't shelter your child forever people. You have hopefully raised them well enough to be able to make the right decisions. Are you going to keep them under a rock your whole life? I hated this school with a passion. DEUCES!
I love this school and take pride in going here. I think the school has an excellent acedemic program.
I love Massillon Christian School. My wife and I are both graduates of MCS and now have enrolled our oldest child. It is a small school that offers students one on one attention that you just don't get at other schools. It is a school that reinforces the family values of the home which is something you will not get at any public school.