Admissions

welcome2

As a school dedicated to training up our children to walk in the footsteps of Christ, we are also called to educate our children well to achieve their fullest potential in the careers and passions they pursue in their life.  Crown Point Christian offers a variety of challenging academic courses, innovative uses and applications of technology, and a continued focus toward providing our students with a twenty first century education.

Whether a child is just approaching the age for pre-kindergarten or is ready to embark on a high school career, a love of learning is every student’s prerequisite to an excellent, broad and deep education. Students who love learning are inquisitive and confident – well equipped to take advantage of all that our resource-rich school offers and to succeed in high school and beyond.

We know that if students love learning, their ambition to pursue excellence becomes second nature.

Our website is loaded with information about our students and teachers, and our curriculum, athletics program, and extracurricular opportunities.

But the website is no substitute for a visit. We invite you to spend some time with us on campus. Parents are welcome to personally meet with our Admissions Coordinator, Sue Boersma.  Middle school students can get the feel of a typical day by shadowing a student. See for yourself why our students love learning at CPCS.

We thank you for your interest in Crown Point Christian School. CPCS is committed to providing Christ-centered education. You inquiry on our website is an affirmation that the message of our school is being heard in the community. If you should have any questions, please contact the school office at 219.365.5694.

Non-Discriminatory Policy as to Students

The Crown Point Christian School system admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions polices, scholarships or loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs.

EmailTwitterFacebook