I have had my son in CCS since he was 1, he is now in K4 & is doing wonderfully, I am very thankful for the staff, teachers & facility. I wouldn't have my child any where else.
My son has attended this school for K-4 And k-5 and will be attending 1st grade there next year. He does very well, he is reading at a 1st grade level and is in a class of only 6 kids. His teacher is wonderful. My only complaint is the transportation. We live 15 miles from school and we were under the impression that it had a full time bus (which we paid for monthly) The principle has decided they didn't need it anymore so it has really put us in a bad situation having to go back and forth. We love the school but may have to change to public so we will be provided with transportation. If you live in or near Labelle this school is rated #1 with me. Transportation #0.
My son has attended this school for the K3 and K4 programs, and I am hoping to enroll him in Kindergarten in the fall, if I am able to afford it. I originally had problems with the school nurse, who called me on several occassions scaring me and making her own diagnosis on things, but she has since left. The after school care people can sometimes be a little rough, but the teachers he has had have all been very kind, loving and attentive. My son is now just turned 5 and can read small sentences. I believe the prek program is the best around. I recommend it to anyone.
I give Community Christian School a five star rating. We have an excllent principal, Shelton Gwaltney. Our Board Members and parents are very dedicated and faithful in supporting our school. The Board Members are Ralph Elver, Jon Hamil, Carey Soud, Bryan Beer and Pat Langford. We have a small school, but it has many great qualities. Our teachers are wonderful people who educate at the highest degree. This year our school had a float in the Swamp Cabbage Festival Parade. We also had a Relay for Life team to raise money for the American Cancer Society. We support various mission programs and we are a member of the Florida League of Christian Schools. Our school ranges from nursery to the eighth grade. We offer enrichment such as library, P.E. art, technology, and music. Our school is clean and the students are well behaved.
I have two girls that both attended this school. My oldest child was there from 3 years old to 6 years old. My youngest was there from 1-3 years old. I had several problems with the school over the years. My number one problem is the principle now. Please do not subject your child to this so called christian enviroment.
My daughter attended CCS for k4 and Kindergarten. I was exceptionally happy with not only the quality of her education but the christian values and morales being taught as well as the compassion and caring of the staff. Unfortunately she could not attend this school year due to family circumstances, but as quickly as possible she will be returning.
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