Charlotte Christian School exists to prepare students to impact the culture for Christ. Whether it is in the area of academics, fine arts or athletics, Biblical truth is at the heart of who we are at Charlotte Christian. Our goal is to help each student grow in their walk with Christ as they study, understand and obey God’s Word and develop a Christian world and life view. Beginning in the earliest of grades, students attend weekly chapels and are taught daily Bible lessons on an age-appropriate level. As students mature, additional academic and co-curricular opportunities exist to challenge them in their faith and to help them grow in their wisdom and understanding of who God is and what His plan is for them.
The study of the Bible is a required part of the curriculum beginning in junior kindergarten and continuing through grade 12. The goal of the curriculum is for students to “grow in wisdom, stature and in favor with God” (Luke 2:40). In the pursuit of wisdom, emphasis is placed on practical application of the Bible, recognizing God calls us to not just be hearers of the Word, but doers as well (James 1:23). The English Standard Version of the Bible is used in all classes.
True Christian education is not simply a curriculum, which contains a Bible class. It is a manner of teaching in which students are led to make sense of the universe and their place in it by filtering their learning through God’s Word.