All families seeking a Christian education for their children are urged to apply for admission to Conestoga Christian School. Our current patrons attend a variety of churches in Berks, Chester and Lancaster counties and bring a diversity of Christian traditions to the school family. The School Board of Trustees requires that at least one parent profess faith in Jesus Christ as Savior.
Conestoga Christian School strives to meet the needs of a wide cross-section of student abilities. Programs are in place to support students with special learning needs as well as to challenge academically talented students. Interviews and student assessments are conducted to explore the commitment of parent and child(ren) to Christian education, to affirm grade placement, and to determine the ability of CCS to meet the educational needs of the student. Interested families are urged to review the most recent Parent/Student Handbook for full descriptions of the school's educational philosophy, regular course of study, discipline policies, procedures and the terms of the tuition policy.
Applications for admission to Conestoga Christian School are accepted throughout the school year; however, the majority of students begin their CCS experience in the fall. Kindergarten applicants should be five years of age before September 1 of the year they plan to enter school. First grade applicants must be 6 years old before September 1 of the year they plan to enter school. Students may begin at CCS at any time in their studies K-12. Details on Admissions Procedures are available here on our site.
Parents and students are welcome to visit the school and students may also request a day to “shadow” a current CCS student. Please call the Development Office to make those arrangements. Application packets are available from the Development Office (610.286.0353 Ext 402) or may be requested electronically by clicking here.Conestoga Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, program 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 policies, scholarship and loan program, and athletic and other school-administered programs