Evangel Classical Christian School

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Evangel Classical Christian School, established in 2000, is unapologetically Christian and distinctively classical. We seek to glorify God by bringing covenant children to spiritual maturity through a classical Christian education and biblical training and teaching using a Christian world-view as a foundation for all learning with a commitment to prayer and the Reformed faith. We seek to serve families by partnering with them to train their children to think clearly and listen carefully, to be socially graceful and spiritually gracious, to embody humility and gratitude to God, and to know and love the Lord Jesus. We desire to graduate students who will evaluate their entire range of experience in the light of the Scriptures and to do so with eagerness and joyful submission to God. We believe that God’s written Word, the Bible, is free from error and is completely trustworthy. It is His truth and is the final authority in all matters.

One parent said about Evangel Classical Christian School, “I wish my school had been like ECCS. I love everything from the classical systematic approach to learning, the devoted teachers who care deeply for the students, and the environment of support and care that comes from students, parents, and faculty. What a blessing Evangel has been to our daughter and our family.”

  • Classical Methodology: Grammar (Grades K5-5), Logic (Grades 6-8), Rhetoric (Grades 9-12)

Principals: Dawn Hensley K-5th grades, Jennifer Scott 6th -12th grades

Address: 423 Thompson Rd., Alabaster, AL, 35007

Email: rharrington@evangelclassical.org

Phone: 205-216-0149

Website: www.evangelclassical.com, Facebook, Instagram: EvangelClassicalChristian

Grades: K5-12th

Size/Ratio: 300, 16:1

Religious Affiliation: Presbyterian Church in America

Est.: 2000

Accreditation: Assoc. of Classical Christian Schools

Academic Achievements: Avg of 82 in SESAT 10 Complete Battery, Avg ACT 28.4, 5 National Merit Finalists since 2012

Honors & Awards: Above average SAT scores. Duke Tip Winners, national Merit finalists, UAB Robotics competition finalists, Beta Club, Trumbauer Secondary Theater Festival winners, Youth Leadership Development Program winners

Fine Arts: Piano, violin, drama, art, ballet, voice

Athletics: Tennis, boys baseball, basketball, football, girls softball, basketball, cheerleading, color guard, majorettes, volleyball

Special Courses: Kodaly Music Education

Admission: Student testing, parent interviews, open for applications February 1, 2020

Tuition:Varies by grade, $5,885 – $6,360

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