Best decision we ever made sending our son here! We retired and left the area...quickly realized we made the wrong decision. We are planning to move back, and sent both of our children to PPCS. Great school, great teachers! I have absolutely nothing negative to say about PPCS!
Pikes Peak Christian School is a great school. They always encourage the students and they love their students. Teachers always try to help the students. Students are always ready to help each other and they know each other well. Teachers always try to make the day fun! Teachers are great mentors. I love talking to the teachers because they also pray for you. I love having chapel times everyday. My favorite chapel time is when we worship God with all of my friends and teachers. I recommend that you go to PPCS because you will not regret it!
It is fantastic! I just graduated last year and had the privilege of going there for four years. The staff is very caring, engaged and knowledgable. The education that I gained there is not solely subject centric but life applicable. Every class session has the opportunity to branch out through the walls of the building and maintain its impact down the road. Another great thing is your ability to get involved, not just in one thing, but in as many as you wish. The school is not built on exclusion but inclusiveness. It is a community to its core. And that's why I loved it, am proud of it now and will recommend it in the future. Enroll! God bless!
Our son has attended PPCS his entire high school years. He recently tested extremely high on his college exams and is being pursued for scholarships by many, many school all across the US. GOOD schools. The high school math, science and language arts teachers he's been blessed with are absolutely outstanding - not just committed to students, but also extremely accomplished in their own fields of study. I know this because I am an educator, too. Wherever you choose to send your kids, it's important to get involved and come alongside the students/staff. It's not only a wonderful way to see greatness in the classrooms, but also serves as a way to see the needs YOU can help with. Picking apart or griping about shortcomings (and EVERY school has them) accomplishes nothing; volunteering changes lives. Our world has came alive with rich friendships in our school community once both my husband & I began to really connect through service. I love each & every kid at PPCS and now think of them as "MY" kids. We love our PPCS family; I'll be so sad when our son graduates this year. It's a connection I don't want to lose.
My kids go to Pikes Peak Christian School and we could'nt be happier with the education program as well as the strong Christian atmosphere. the teachers are incredible & would do whatever necessary to teach as well as minister to students. What I love about the school is that they allow students from all backgrounds to attend. They do not have to sign a faith contract, meaning they must be a Christian to attend. We believe that non Christian students & families need ministering to as well. For that reason, many have accepted Christ as their savior as well as matured in their relationship with Christ & that is the Great Commission. The school has a strong sense of family there as well. We all work together!
We love PPCS so far! My daughter is in the Ready, Set, Go program, which is like a transitional kindergarten for kids who barely meet the kindergarten cutoff (she'll be 5 in October). I love that she is getting challenged more than she would if she had to return to a regular preschool class. We are a little over a month into the school year, and her writing has VASTLY improved. The kids go to PE, library, music, Spanish, and computers even at the preschool level! We moved to Colorado Springs over the summer from Massachusetts (which is known for its good schools), and I can't believe how much more she is learning at PPCS!