top of page


We believe the major purposes of academia are that students would pursue an intimate relationship with Christ and use their abilities to read, write, study, and reason out of a Biblical worldview. We encourage students to create and build in the spheres of influence in which they have been called.


While maintaining an educational culture rooted in Scripture, CCS utilizes Abeka, Bob Jones University Press, Saxon Math, Prentice Hall, Institute of Excellence in Writing (IEW), Shurley English, Positive Action Bible, and Pearson curriculum.


Our Pre-K and Kindergarten classes are designed to start young students on a solid foundation using phonics, math, reading, writing, Bible, science and social studies. We desire to develop a love of learning and respect for classmates, teachers, and God’s Word.

Pre-K and Kindergarten students enroll in the full-time schedule:

Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Part-time options may be available upon request.

Pre-K & Kindergarten

Continuing to build Christian character in young students and an enthusiasm for learning is priority.


Elementary students will be offered well-rounded, biblically-based instruction in Bible, English, math, literature, history, science, penmanship, and spelling. We currently use Abeka, BJU, Saxon Math, Shurley English, Story of the World curriculum and more.


Elementary students will also experience weekly enrichment classes of art, library, music, physical education, and conversational Spanish.​


CCS provides a safe, fun environment as we help Junior High students transition to the secondary level.


All classes are taught from a biblical worldview. Class schedules include Bible, math, science, English literature, writing, history, Spanish, keyboarding and computer applications.

Junior High
High School

As students grow in their high school years, our goal is for them to pursue a strong relationship with Christ and desire for lifelong learning. We encourage each student to find, follow, and fulfill the call God has placed on their life.

CCS High School students fulfill their State of Oklahoma Department of Education graduation requirements courses through curriculum and teaching from a biblical worldview.

Seniors who are eligible often take college courses to enhance their academic studies and prepare for life after graduation.



We would love to show you all of the wonderful classrooms, community rooms, campus activities and more on our Claremore campus. Schedule your tour today to begin the enrollment process!

bottom of page