Academically excellent, Biblically integrated education
8:00am - 3:00pm
2406 9 1/2 Ave S
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
7:45am - 3:15pm
Monday thru Friday
Thank you for considering Community Christian School as your partner for your child’s education. Community Christian School is known for high academic standards, teaches a Biblical world-view, and focuses on the individual needs of each child. We desire to work with each family, providing a well-rounded education that directs each student toward excellence not only in the classroom, but in all of life. Feel free to call our office or schedule your school visit online today!
Our admission criteria is built on the assumption that Community Christian School is in a partnership with Christian families. The following criteria is used to determine if our school is the right fit for your child at this time.
Before You Apply
There are a variety of ways to learn about Community Christian School. Exploring the website is a great place to start. Once you’ve had an opportunity to explore the website, we’d love to meet you! Please contact our offices by phone (515-573-3011) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a consultation.
Complete the enrollment application and email it to the school office (CCSofficefd@gmail.com).
Once we receive your enrollment application, we will contact you and schedule a consultation meeting with one of our principals. The purpose of this consultation meeting is for us to gather academic and social information about your student and also to gather information about how your relationship with Jesus Christ impacts your role as parents. The meeting is an opportunity for you to meet the principal and will acquaint you more fully with our mission, beliefs, and school policies.
After You Apply
After your orientation meeting, you will be contacted regarding next steps. If we are in full agreement that we are the right school at this time for your child, we will provide a list of items that will need to be completed and on file to secure enrollment for your student.
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