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7180 Oak St
Arvada, CO 80004

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June 22, 2014
Awest is the worst schoo l lots of bullying a kid broke my d aughters arm and the admistrati on did nothing all they, did was complaining about her grades and her attedence and tryed to blame her the admin is horrable sertain teach would yell at her hate the school all the teachers do is yell at her for her grades and stand do nothing about the bullying at the school lots of fighting. Its the worst school

- submitted by a parent
February 14, 2012
I have been to this school on numerious occasions to observe, ask questions of staff/administration and personally critique the school from their cafeteria, classrooms, gym, athletic fields outside, and especially the interactions of students with students and students with faculty. My findings were all above my expectations and far above average as was to be observed from just passing by and looking over at the school and it's property. I was very impressed with my findings and my son and daughter were looking at sending their children to this school before they both (being in the military) got transfered out of state recently. Alas and sorry to say, my five grandkids won't be able to share and receive the experience I did of walking the halls and grounds of this Christian school. But maybe when they return...

- submitted by a community member
January 23, 2012
Maranatha as a school strongly squelches thinking outside the box (the Maranatha box) Succeeding depends a lot on who you are . As a new student transferring in from a public school I came in with a strong core of lanquage, math, historical and yes, those pesky social skills so necessary to compete & thrive in real business. I think the teachers do what they can....again it depends on who you/they are among the instructors as well. I hesitate to say "the chosen few" but it applies. Very disconcerting to the new kid on the block trying to fit in while taking a while to figure things out. I didn't do it often but the few times i questioned "the status quo" and "the way things go" I was squelched and strongly encouraged to keep my thoughts/opinions to myself. Which I did BEGGED my parents to let me go to public school and they did. "Thank God , I do" MY parents used the ratings for the public schools that also come up on this website and they rate higher than Maranatha.

- submitted by a community member
December 29, 2011
I am a former student that transferred into Maranatha in the middle of high school after moving into Colorado. I came from a public school education that very challenging and taught me to think and learn for myself. While Maranatha is like a family environment which teaches good principles and has biblical roots, the educational experience is far from adequate at best. Having experienced both public school education and private I can honestly say that Maranatha did nothing to prep students for a college education. Instead, they hyped up their "high standards" to make students feel like they were achieving success, but only to fall flat on their faces when entering college. Learning vocabulary as a senior in high school instead of reading literature is hardly the way to rear a student. If it were not for my public school education I would've been lost after high school, probably still waiting on tables at a restaurant. I do appreciate the teachers and their willingness to connect with the students. My comments are not reflective of the environment, but more about the education and prepping students for the future. Isn't that what school is about?

- submitted by a community member
June 08, 2011
As a former student at Maranatha, I felt academically unprepared when I left to attend public school. I ended up taking summer school to catch up to others in my grade level. My three years of experience with Maranatha left a bitter taste about Christianity in mouth. Standards were different depending on who you were. If you held views that were slightly different from the administration you were immediately thrown onto a watch list to ensure you did not spread your "impure" thoughts with other students. I do give Maranatha's teachers credit for hanging in there, some of the teachers were truly top rate. I however credit my success in business and life to my public school education, and none of it to the time I spent at Maranatha.

- submitted by a community member
August 26, 2010
Maranatha is a great school. I wanted to highlight the art teacher, Mr. Thomas VanDeman. He is by far the most talented teacher - he can teach anyone to draw! He also is a great teacher of the Bible and has great rapport with the kids.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2010
Christian based education....I think not! If you choose to go this rout be aware of the many factors that will effect your child for the rest of their academic career and possibly life. Old curriculum (you will have better resources in a home school scenario) Leadership is poor in judgement and laking in any real values. So the public school was not for your child we thought that at one point too. We were fooled into believing this was our only option. Don't let the wolf in sheep's clothing into your child's life! By the time you find out it isn't grandma in there, it could be too late.!! Yes PRAY! make the right choices and look at all the options and choices available.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2010
uses old curriculum, does not pay teachers in time, pay-cut, no health insurance, no sick days, no snow days, not proffesional, does not verify the truth before reprimanding.

- submitted by a teacher
April 20, 2010
I have two sons at Maranatha and we've been there for two years. Another school gave up on my oldest and told me a public school would have special education for him. Maranatha took him in, refused to give up on him and he is excelling beyond my wildest dreams. The teachers, staff, and administrators are genuinely loving, God-fearing, people of high integrity and my boys love it there. I would recommend this school to any prospective parent seeking a quality academic program with strong Christian principles. The athletic programs are expanding and they have opened a new student center where children can gather for fellowship and fun (there are games, puzzles, foosball, ping-pong, chess tables, an old time jukebox and great food). This is the place for your children to learn and to show the world they are not ashamed of the gospel of Christ. God Bless Maranatha!

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2010
My son is in the child care/preschool system at this school and he absolutely loves it. He is excited to go to 'school' every morning. His teachers are phenomenal and very loving. The teacher to student ratio is low and he gets a lot of personal attention. My son's verbal and other skills are advanced for his age. The school has a great campus with several playgrounds, horses, goats and other animals to feed and watch. The tuition at this school is very reasonable expecially when you compare it to the cost of Kindercare or similar facilities. I highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2010
I was shocked when I read the negative comments about Maranatha on this site! My son has the priveledge of going to this school and that is a blessing. Yes this school is strict- it has to be or it would be just like public school...yes this school thinks a lot about money- they have to to pay the bills as they are not supported by a district and it is expensive to pay teachers...yes they 'preach a lot'. Praise the Lord...why else would you send you child to a Christian school? My son has always loved the Lord and public school tried to make him feel ashamed for that. Maranatha is a blessing to those that believe the truth! I am more interested in my son being in a loving God centered environment than about how many extra curricular activities are offered! God bless Maranatha!

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2009
I was a student for almost my entire K-12 education. I loved my time in elementary school (especially my piano lessons) and am still in contact with some of my former teachers. High school marked a huge transition for me and found myself frustrated with academics and learning, but threw myself into music and sports. My choir directors, without a doubt, changed my life. I felt that my foreign language teacher was one of the best of my entire jr.high/high school experience. My experience at MCC was a mixed bag. There were things I both hated and loved. I think that the elementary departments are superior, but junior high and high school lack in several extra-curricular & academic areas. I did not feel academically prepared once I entered college for many reasons, but hard work & dedication (outside of MCC) certainly changed that.

- submitted by a community member
no rating June 17, 2009
I am delighted to teach at Maranatha where there is an open door for Christian education and encouragement. The staff is caring and loving and consistently pour themselves out for the students. Both the Bible and the academic curriculums are challenging and superb.

- submitted by a teacher
June 13, 2009
My two children attended Maranatha since they were in preschool and each of them excelled. I feel their education was well worth the tuition paid. They each strove to get the best grades possible due to the high grading scale. They made many wonderful friends at Maranatha. We appreciate the caring and loving staff.

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2009
I am writing this as an observer of comments pro and con concerning MCC. We live in a world where we forget to thank people for services rendered because we expect to be served and treated well, but the minute we are not taken care of the way we think we ought to be treated we like to complain. My recommendation to complainers is that you walk in their shoes before you complain. There is no perfect place and I praise those who shared their appreciation of MCC. Our world needs more people like you.

- submitted by a community member
no rating June 11, 2009
THE BEST! All 3 of my children have attended there from preschool through 12th grade. They all graduated from Maranatha with top honors and GPA above 4.0. Two attend Colorado School of Mines, and one is at Regis University. Many graduates have earned great scholarships, including my children and their friends. As with any school, the success of your child is directly related to YOUR INVOLVEMENT. Maranatha staff and administrators go out of their way to give personal, loving attention and your child will have every opportunity to excel. This school is a beautiful, safe oasis in this harsh world, where a child can be centered on what is important... God, caring for other, and learning in a non-threatening environment. Your children should be your first priority - choosing a great Christian school like Maranatha is the best investment you can make in their future.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 10, 2009
Our kids have attended Maranatha for years and we are still impressed at the quality of education they receive. The campus is beautiful and always so clean. I love their committment to the Lord and the dedication shown to the kids. When I drop them off in the morning, they are always so happy to go into their classes. My 2nd grader needed help with Spelling and the after school help that Maranatha provided brought his grade up to a high B. We're very pleased.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2009
MCC is a quality school with teachers that care and teach the child, not the test as do the public schools. No school is perfect but MCC strives to be a godly influence in the life of each child. The quality of education is seen in how sought after are the graduates. Check it out, don't base you opinion on someone words.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating June 09, 2009
I've heard a few negative comments about this school and I can say, they aren't true. Most of these negative comments are from students who just don't like school. I mean think about it, who out there has never had a teacher or class they just didn't like. All of us have, every single one of us who have ever attended any school no matter what grade has had a class or teacher they just didn't like, so they allowed it to ruin their whole school expierence. Well I can tell you that MCC is a really great school. Everyone who works there is committed to the education of every child that attends. No matter what grade. They believe that every child should succeed and they are committed to them.

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2009
As a teacher it's great to have small class sizes. You actually get to know the students, their personalities and how they learn. With a senior class of 19 in my Bible class we could interact, joke around, and still get serious study done.

- submitted by a teacher
June 08, 2009
Wow! We just had graduation at Maranatha and what a huge blessing it has been for our son who has been there for 13 years. He has excelled in every way. Academically, spiritually, athletically. He has been accepted to Pepperdine, with academic, leadership, & Christian Character scholarships. The president of Pepperdine Dr Benton said they are seeking kids from Christian schools such as Maranatha. We have 2 other children at Maranatha as well. We love this school and would highly recommend it. They call kids to a higher standard and do not lower the bar for anyone. Some kids do not like that. Most believe it is a must and are made better because of it.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2009
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May 23, 2009
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- submitted by a student
January 05, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating January 05, 2009
We have had our son here for eight years. It has worked out better than we could ever had hoped for.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2008
My children have gone to MCC since Kindergarten, they have thrived in every way. One is graduating this year and looking at an academic scholarship at a great University. It is in large part due to this school. Remember this school is not affiliated with any church, and does not get any government money. The administration does an excellent job at making the most of every hard earned dollar each parent pays in tuition. They are good stewards. I have also worked there 3 years and have seen everything first hand. Structure, respect, academics and adhering to Christian biblical views are at the top of their list.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 21, 2008
This school is not a good choice because of several factors. It is profit driven and has a lot of hidden fees, it is lacking in scholarship (academic and biblical), and it has a restrictive culture. Both of my children have excelled since leaving Maranatha. I advise looking somewhere else.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 19, 2008
Maranatha does not have good academic integrity compared to other schools that I have taught at. The standards are not set as high as the administration claims. Otherwise, the school is, at best satisfactory.

- submitted by a teacher
February 24, 2008
If you are considering a private school and/or Christian education for your child, I highly recommend Maranatha Christian Center. I have two children at Maranatha - both attended public schools before attending Maranatha - and the results are amazing!! Within a few months, both of my kids began to excel academically and spiritually. The teachers really care about the kids, love their jobs and ensure that each of the kids gets whatever assistance is needed to do their best. Maranatha also offers a great sport program and wonderful playgrounds for the younger kids. The school isn't perfect - has room for improvement just like every other school - but I'm so thankful that my kids have this opportunity.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2007
I have two daughters 4 & 5.5 enrolled in pre-school and 1st grade. My older daughter has been with Maranatha for 3 years. The quality of education is phenomenal!!! My daughter will be in first grade and she is reading at a 3rd grade level. My husband and I grew up Catholic and are practicing Catholic. I love the warm Christian environment that MCC offers. The teachers are fantastic and the best part of this school is the discipline. My daughter is able to learn and not be distracted by discipline problems and kids whose parents are not involved. The parental involvement is excellent and it is obvious that the parents whose kids attend MCC are invested and committed to their kids education. Maranatha teaches phonics which is a superior learning philosophy compared to whole language. Maranatha teaches kids how to think not what to think.

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2007
Both of my children attended Maranatha for less than six months before we took them out. Prior to moving to Colorado my wife and I had searched long and hard for what we believed to be a high quality school. The administration assured us of high academic standards and valuable extracurricular activities. I am sorry to report that this is not the case. Aside from being sorely disappointed in the academics, the culture of Maranatha is where the bigger problems lie. I have been a Christian for 22 years and have been a part of numerous Christian communities throughout the country but I have never witnessed such poor Christian behavior. The details are unnecessary, please heed the advice of others who have had the courage to speak the truth about this school. I do not recommend it to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2006
We have seven sons, ages 5 to 25, and we began with Maranatha almost 20 years ago. We prefer homeschooling, but Maranatha is so well run, and such a blessing, that we've had our boys in the scool on and off for two decades. We enrolled our 6-year-old into 1st Grade at Maranatha for 2006. MCC is very strong in academics, college prep, sports, a gorgeous 20-acre wooded facility, and the student body is the most respectful I've seen in my fifty years in and around schools. Overall, a very well run Christian facility, pre-school thru 12th Grade.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2006
My children got a good foundation from this school.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2006
My son has been at MCC for two years. He began going at age 2 1/2 just after he was potty trained. MCC is a private Christain school. The environment is very warm, comfortable and friendly. The classes are small. The rooms are carpeted and bathroom toilets and sinks are lower to the ground to make it easy for children to take care of their own needs. The teachers are very nurturing and have reinforced learning great habits (like cleaning up toys after he's done with them) as well as giving him a strong foundation for reading, writing and math. The cost is reasonable for a private school. The curriculim is structured, but still leaves time for play and creativity. Our experience with our 2-4 year old has been very positive.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2006
The school is great, kids there learn more than book smarts, but respect for others and thier teachers. I lost count on how many times an older student have held a door open for parents and younger students.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2006
Teachers care about the child as an individual and provide feedback about progress. Nice range of extra curricular activities. Clean and well run.

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2006
My child is currently in Pre-K and we are very happy with the school. Maranatha will ensure that your child will succeed though discipline and love of God.

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December 05, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2005
1. Very high academic education. A very high percentage of the seniors are accepted at colleges. 2. Has numerous music, art, and sport activities. Also has introductory engineering program for high school students (drafting and CADD). 3. Many parents are involved at different levels in all grades (pre-school through high school). 4. The teachers actually care about the students.

- submitted by a teacher
August 29, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
August 28, 2005
Has great elementary academics.Kids learn to read in Kindergarten. Has small music,sports programs- 6th graders can join junior varsity in maby sports.Like all schools some parents are very involved and others are not.

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2005
Maranatha is a great elementry school. It is small and will allow you and your child to form special friendships. There is alot of emphasis on living everyday as a good Christian. This does not mean that every other word is 'praise the lord', it just means that there is alot of respect and consideration bewteen EVERYONE. The academic program is excellent. Your child will have an advanatage over any child his/her age. I truly believe that Maranatha forms a great foundation for future learning. No after school activities for the elementry age children or than daycare. They do offer expensive, but for the most part, great summer camps. While there is no cafeteria, lunch is catered in - pricy. But I would not let that be the deciding factor. The kids not seem to mind eating lunch in the classroom.

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August 04, 2005
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August 01, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 23, 2005
This school was not too bad but I would not recommend it to people who were not christians. They might get offended with the extreme preaching that they teach on a consistent basis.

- submitted by a former student
July 18, 2005
The quality of the academic programs leaves more to be desired. The availability of extraciricular activities is limited and the overall experience I had as a parent at this school was disappointing. Both of my children have excelled in private and public schools prior to Maranatha. They were not challenged properly and therefor did not excell at this school.

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July 15, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2005
The academic quality of the school is poor. It is difficult for me to get involved with most things. The moral of the highschool teachers is low and is reflected by the lack of enthusiasm in the students. My son will not be attending this school next year.

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June 20, 2005
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June 14, 2005
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- submitted by a student
June 09, 2005
My 3 year old is new to the pre-school, but so far we are very impressed. Their facilities are wonderful and the staff is very caring. At 3, they are already counting to 30, writing the alphabet and learning letter sounds. We have been told that it's typical for the children to be reading at 4. Aside from the strong academics, they seem to have plenty of time for art, music, outdoor play, etc. They also have many opportunities for family involved activites each year.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2005
As a current elementary teacher I must say that my experience at this school has been poor. The interest of the board is driven by profit. I have been a teacher at two other public schools and am sad to say that this is the worst,(educational and ethical) school of which I have ever been a part. There are teachers and administators who are truly interested in our children, regretfully not at Maranatha.

- submitted by a teacher
May 31, 2005
The negative aspects of this school drastically overshadow the positive qualities. Unfortunately I had to take both of my children out of this place after the first year. My youngest, in sixth grade, was continually supressed for being 'too motivated' to participate in extraciricular activities(which are quite limited). My oldest, a junior in highschool encountered strong opposition from the administration and teachers when he questioned the theological perspectives held by them. With limited perspectives and activities, this school leaves much to be desired.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2005
Great staff! My son Jeffrey attends the Preschool/Daycare Program at MCC and loves it here. The teachers are superb, experienced and very caring individuals. The academic program surpasses other preschool programs by far.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2005
I love it! The staff is great. My son has grown so much as a student and person. Well worth the tuition.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2005
Our children have attended Maranatha for 10 years. Not only are the teachers caring and kind, they are very dedicated to giving their students the best education possible. Our 11th grade son has received numerous mailings from many top schools, such as Columbia, Colorado School of Mines, and Cal Tech. We don't think that our sons could have received a better education anywhere else in Colorado.!

- submitted by a parent
February 14, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2005
I was a student at this school. The basic concept of the school is to teach Christian values. Unfortunately children learn from what they see and not what they are taught. I was annoyed to find that the administration was over-controlling and rediculous. They would force us to go to Bible Class every day and we didn't even learn much. Now that I have grown up, I truly understand the nature of this school. It is an institution to mold the brains of children to think the way that they want you to think. If you even step slightly out of bounds for being a free thinker, you get the Bible (and the administration) pounding their beliefs over your head. Some of the teachers were qualified to teach. Others were not. The music program was deplorable. I would never send my children to this school.

- submitted by a student
December 08, 2004
This is a not a healthy environment for children or parents. It is unfortunate what these people do in the name of Christ.

- submitted by a staff
November 11, 2004
I attended MCC Pre-K through 12th grade. I went to their church with my family for 10 yrs. I was employed as a teacher and grounds keeper for 4 yrs. Unfortunately the location is the only thing ideal about this institution. The central operating philosophy of these people is by no stretch of the imagination Christian. It is an environment that perpetuates fear, control, and ignorance. I strongly discourage anybody who is truly interested in progressive learning to even consider this place. The hypocrisy and exclusivity of the addministration is deplorable. The good intentions of the teachers do not surface as the control excercised over them is unnecessary and oppressive.

- submitted by a former student
October 05, 2004
My 2 children attended from pre-K to 2nd grade before moving out of state. Both of my children are above national standards and I attribute that to the teachers. They've been taught high values in life in a very important time in their lives. The teachers are not perfect so when issues arise, you must address it with them to correct any problems immediately. When a problem did arise, I was very satisified with the outcome. Safety was never an issue that I worried about. Their standards are very high, but watching all the children in the classes, I was able to see that the children have learned respect and how to follow directions (not the case in public schools). Based on our experience, I would recommend this school to anyone in elementary grade. One area they do lack is activities for the younger grades, unless you pay more

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2004
I was a student at maranatha from first grade through nineth. The Teacher quality is one area that this school lacks in the teachers care more about their paycheck than they do about the children. Dont get me wrong there are a few good ones but over all they are selfish. The safety and discipline was outstanding, there is no school more safe and strict on their rules than Maranatha the students are afraid to step out of line sometimes it felt like a prison. In my opinion I would not send your son or daughter to this school.

- submitted by a former student
August 05, 2004
As a parent of two students who both graduated from Maranatha Christian Center, I am so pleased with the entire education process both my children received. I know that the Christ-centered, Biblically-based curriculum and environment is not for everyone. Holding students, staff, and parents accountable to a Biblical standard (Romans 12:2) is part of what MCC is all about. I appreciate the dedication and faithfulness of the entire staff in their ministry to all students and parents at MCC! The high standards of academic excellence will assure that your child (if he or she attends MCC) will be able to achieve any goal you may have academically. The campus is beautiful and the peaceful atmosphere is unmatched anywhere else in Colorado. A great school!

- submitted by a parent
July 22, 2004
If I knew then what I know now, I would never have allowed my children to attend this school

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2004
I was a former teacher there for 3 years; so I have the 'inside scoop!' I think that there is some wonderful teaching going on; the Administrators are more interested in appearences, and your money than they are your student! There is a culture of absolute control that is distinctly unhealthy; they seem to take pleasure in verbally abusing both teachers and students under the guise of 'counseling.'

- submitted by a teacher
May 19, 2004
Maranatha provided a great learning environment and atmosphere for my son while in elementary school. Now in the 9th grade we have had enough with the unacceptance from the 'board'. Once children reach middle and high school, the loving accepting culture turns to one of distrust and unacceptance of any thought other than the ones the school deems proper. Heaven forbid that a young adult actually have a mind of his/her own. The entire secondary staff is very determined to 'teach' children how and what to think! They will even try to tell you what to think and teach in your own home! This school has felt more like a cult than a school lately, and these last two years have started to turn my son off to Christianity which breaks my heart. He thinks the entire staff are hypocrites! Yes, I actually do let him form thoughts & opinions!

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2004
I graduated from Maranatha Cristian Center. I am grateful for the experience of attending a school where Christ is the center. The faculty and staff take the time to get to know their students on a personal level. I now am a teacher. I can only pray that I influence my students the way that the staff(especially Mrs. Loser)at Maranatha has influenced me. Sincerely, Heather Thurman (class of '98)

- submitted by a former student
May 12, 2004
I have 2 children that have attended Maranatha for the last 5 years. The school is excellent academically. Every grade is one to two grade levels above the grade. When my children graduate I know that they have a great education that will allow them into just about any college. It has a strong moral grounding with the most loving teachers I have ever had to work with. The school is run very tightly, so I know that my children are safe every second that they are there. Their weakness in extacurricular activities is eaily supplemented through any number of venues.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2004
My 2 children have been going to this school for over 10 years now. They are 15 and 13 now and plan to graduate from here. It is a wonderful school that teaches morals and values, along with an exceptional curriculum that far surpasses the public schools. I highly reccommend this school!

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2003
I personaly think that this school should have more activities for the younger kids.

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Maranatha Christian Center
7180 Oak St, Arvada, CO  80004
(303) 431-5653
Last modified Maranatha Christian Center is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Maranatha Christian Center Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 72 reviews. Top