Welcome to Covenant Christian School
“We love Covenant Christian School. This school stands on truth and the children know they are valued and loved. The teachers are genuine and well qualified. It’s more than just a school though, it’s a family.”
Michiana’s Premier Christian School
Founded in 1993, Covenant Christian School is an independent, multi-denominational school for students in preschool through middle-school. Our mission is to partner with Christian parents to equip their children to serve God in His world by providing a Christ-centered, academically excellent education.
Christian values and Biblical teaching are integrated into every aspect of our school day. Our teachers are Christian role models that uphold these principles, and give their students the direction they need in faith.
Smaller Class Sizes
We pride ourselves on giving each student the attention they deserve. Small teacher-to-student ratios provide an environment that produces successful confident students.
High Academic Standards
Our students consistently produce results at or above their grade level. We offer curriculum that challenges our students, and we meet or exceed the standards set by the Indiana Department of Education.
Jesus—Our One Foundation
Raising a child to love God and his world takes wisdom, courage, and grace. The right school can support the family and church’s work by providing a learning environment grounded in the deep riches of Christian faith. At Covenant, Christian teachers model God’s love to our students by challenging their minds, nurturing their spirits, and encouraging them in lives of obedient discipleship to Jesus. By bringing a worldview grounded in God’s self-sacrificing love together with rigorous academics, we create an environment that fosters successful and confident students who are grounded in knowledge and faith.
The following are some frequently asked questions regrading the practical integration of our Christian faith into school life:
Is the school affiliated with a specific church or denomination?
A. No, the school is not connected to any particular church or denomination. We welcome families from across the spectrum of Christian faith traditions.
Does the School encourage prayer & bible reading?
A. Yes. Prayer has a daily role in all our classrooms, and we incorporate scripture memorization into our lesson plans & assignments.
Are the students required to attend a chapel service?
A. Yes, we have a weekly chapel service that brings our students together to worship God as a school community.
Does the school teach specifically on divisive doctrinal issues?
A. No. As a multi-denominational school that is represented by over 30 local churches, we want to respect a range of Christian teachings and perspectives.