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Aspiration Statement

Chattanooga Christian School desires to be a leading Christian school that is distinguished by its redemptive discipleship through rigorous curricular programs promoting Christ-centered critical thinking and co-curricular programs that allow students to fully display their diverse talents and skills while fostering an enthusiastic love for their school community.

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to prepare students to lead and serve with distinction while representing Christ and seeking His Kingdom in all areas of the home, church, society, and culture.

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Making History Come Alive

CCS 8th grade US History teacher, Clay Huffaker, uses the city of Chattanooga as his classroom. Hear Mr. Huffaker and his students describe how telling powerful stories in beautiful, historic places makes history real and encourages empathy.

Challenging Students, Supporting Families

Mrs. Azelia Sims has found her niche; she loves teaching 2nd grade and working with her fellow teachers—her extended family. Hear Mrs. Sims and the Noland family describe how CCS faculty and administration work together and come alongside parents to meet each student where they are.

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  • Summer Camps
    May 28-Aug 9
  • Musical Theatre Camp Performance
    June 28
  • Upper School Locker Hours
    Aug 12
  • Lower School Desk Day
    Aug 12
  • First Day of School
    Aug 14
  • Labor Day - No School
    Sept 2

Thursday Update: June 6, 2019

The Thursday Update, emailed weekly, contains links to detailed information about the different schools and... Full Article

The Best Discussions

by Chris Slaten, High School American Literature and Creative Writing Teacher Meaningful discussion is... Full Article

Choral Ensemble and the Power of the Gospel

By Shaun LaRose, Upper School Fine Arts Director & Art Teacher In 2018 I had the... Full Article