We at Fremont Christian School, assist Christian parents in their covenantal responsibility of training their children to be faithful followers of Christ. At Fremont Christian, our goal is to: assist Christian parents in their covenantal responsibility of training their children to be faithful followers of Christ; help students grasp, in the course of their studies, that all things were made by Christ and for Christ and are held together by Christ; help prepare children to use their God-given abilities in the diverse callings and institutions to which God will lead them as servants of Christ; show students that the knowledge of Christ shapes ones worldview and is often contrary to a worldview that excludes Christ; provide students an appropriate place and social context, which promotes education in the academic disciplines, development of physical and artistic skills, and healthy personal interaction; teach students an understanding of the Christian Scriptures, which is consistent with the creeds and confessions of the Reformed tradition; and impress on students through expectation and example the importance of pursuing excellence in all things for the glory of Christ.
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Student Teacher Ratio
14 : 1
38% Male / 62% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
Other school associations
Christian Schools International (CSI)
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