Warren County Christian School serves 37 students in grades Kindergarten-11, is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
The student:teacher of Warren County Christian School is 5:1 and the school's religious affiliation is Christian.
- Grades: Kindergarten-11
- Enrollment: 37 students
- Yearly Tuition: $6,000
- Average class size: 5 students
- Application Deadline: Jun. 30
- Source: Verified school update
School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 26%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size
Number of AP Courses
Average SAT score
Classroom Dress Code
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
Yearly Tuition Cost
second student $4800 third student $3600, fourth student $2400, Plus $1500 Family fee NEW Families for 2014/15 who meet our enrollment criterion and submit an application for EITC scholarship will be guaranteed the reduced rate applied.
Source: Verified school update
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Warren County Christian School cost?
Warren County Christian School's tuition is approximately $6,000 for private students.
What sports does Warren County Christian School offer?
Warren County Christian School offers 2 interscholastic sports: Basketball and Volleyball.
When is the application deadline for Warren County Christian School?
The application deadline for Warren County Christian School is Jun. 30.
WCCS has impacted thousands of students, parents, and other school communities. I attended WCCS from K-8 (last four years was completed at Calvary Chapel), years 1996-2003. We walked with Lion pride in our soccer fiends, basketball courts, and volleyball courts. We had students make newspapers, we had a couple students get their basketball 500 & 1,000 points. When I was in sixth and seventh grade, I watched as our men's varsity basketball team continue to decimate and make a name for the school. Other Christian schools, and even public, schools respected us when we walked in the room. Look at our trophy case. Not only that, we took in troubled teens that Warren Area High did not want anymore and we graduated them! We need this school to rise once again. I went on to serve as an MP in the U.S. Army, with deployments to Haiti and Afghanistan with combat experience; also spent two years in Korea. On Amazon, you will find Christian short stories I have written. Furthermore, with God as my centerpiece, I graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal justice: Criminal Psychology (with no student loan). Currently, I am one week away from being a life coach, I serve on the board of a mental health non-profit organization; also, I am finishing up prerequisites to application for an APA accredited graduate program in California. WCCS is pivotal for the county and is a necessity to our children and future children. There is great unmatched potential in the heart of those walls, we helped put it there. So are the current students, putting their print on our wall. Men and women, who are not here reviewing the school, are successful graduates and are raising strong and ethical traditional families, as I write this. Because of WCCS. The teachers were adequate, and led us. After Columbine, we stood around the flag pole and prayed with Principal Bush. I may live in North Carolina, but without WCCS, I would not have turned out the same. If I lived in Warren County and had a child, they would attend WCCS. Lastly, if I lived in Warren County, I would work there, along with my other responsibilities.
I spent 13 years of my life at this school, a school that was more than just an educational facility, but was also my home. Almost 18 years later, the impact of this truly amazing place, is still evident in my life. As parents, your goal is to give your children "roots and wings." My roots began at WCCS, thanks to the sacrifices of my parents, and many others, and are still holding strong to this day. My wings grew when I left the safety of "home," but without the roots I had grown here, firmly established in the Lord, I wouldn't be where I am today. In addition to an exceptional education, my teachers spoke hope and blessings over my life. The unconditional love and encouragement poured into me, helped me believe I could accomplish my dreams, but also grounded me in the reality that with God, all things are possible, whether my dreams or His. More than math and science, history and English, I was blessed with learning Truth. The truth about our amazing Lord and Savior who placed us here on earth, for such a time as this. I am blessed beyond measure, to have spent my K-12 years at WCCS. Those precious years have shaped the rest of my life, and the lives of my children as well. I am eternally grateful for the sacrifices of those who invested in the little Christian school, in an old barn. I am who I am, to the glory of God, because of those who dared to make a difference. I still leave my home, hearing the words, "remember who you are." A child of God, dearly loved, and set apart for a divine purpose, beyond myself, and greater than anything I could ever imagine. I still remember who I am, because I learned the truth in an atmosphere of love and biblical truth. Glory to God Almighty!
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