SET YOUR CHILD ON A PATH
To think, live, and learn from a biblical worldview at school.
IN A CULTURE OF WIDESPREAD REJECTION
OF CHRISTIAN AND MORAL VALUES,
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER
The minds, hearts and souls of our children, grandchildren and generations to come are at stake.
Every child is uniquely gifted by God. So from K4 through high school, you can be sure your student will have an environment to explore, discover and develop his or her God-given gifts, talents and skills.
Our ultimate goal is to graduate students who are prepared academically and spiritually to be a light in their community, to understand the nature of God and His Word, and to impact the world for Christ.
A generous tuition assistance program is available for qualifying families.
The highest caliber chapel speakers encourage our students to pursue Christian leadership
Christian High School graduates have been accepted to over 200 four-year colleges and universities – small and large, public and private, Christian and secular, Ivy League and art & design institutes.
Inspiring Teachers & Growth Experiences
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Check out our blog for an INSIDE LOOK into our academic, spiritual, creative arts and athletic programs. We have something to offer every student at Christian.
Brad Lomenick Chapel
Brad Lomenick, founder of BLINC, and author of the ‘Catalyst Leader’ and ‘H3 Leadership’ spoke to Christian High students about what is needed to be a great leader. To start, he gave some background into his life. He spoke how in 1995, he was working at a guest ranch and the owner there gave him advice that how his life in his 20s would establish how his life would become into his 70s. Then, he introduced his main question to students of what they want people to say about them after they die.
Chapel is an integral part of the student experience at Christian High School. A wide range of speakers offers perspective and advice, insight and wisdom. Some, like Toni Collier, are particular standouts. Why? They speak to, not at, the students. Speakers like this validate the experiences and struggles of the assembly of high schoolers in front of them by sharing their own stories of struggle and redemption.
On January 28th, ASB held its annual dodgeball tournament where students assembled into teams to play against each other in stiff competition, involving a wide range of strategies and lots of fun! When asked about his experience, sophomore Brady Eads said, “It was a fun time!” And when it came to his team’s strategy to win, he said that “We saw the team’s best players, right? And we’re like, for our match we need to get this guy and target them.”
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Christian Unified Schools of San Diego admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin. This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students.
Christian Unified Schools
2100 Greenfield Drive
El Cajon, CA 92019