Champlain Valley Christian School Champlain Valley Christian School seeks to glorify our risen Savior by preparing our children spiritually, intellectually, and physically to meet the challenges that Christians face in an ever-changing world. The Christian School Society was organized in 1969 by a group of parents who were convinced of the need for Christian education in the Champlain Valley. In 1974, the Champlain Valley Christian School (CVCS) became a reality. The school opened with grades 1-6 in a rented building in Ferrisburgh. In 1976, larger facilities were built by the Champlain Valley Christian Reformed Church (CVCRC) and then rented to CVCS. In 2008, the school built a beautiful new facility of its own, which includes bright, large classrooms, a computer lab, library, and cafeteria.
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