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Seacoast Christian School

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Posted September 6, 2012

Seacoast has been a great place for my three children to learn and grow both in Christ and academically. The teachers love the students and make learning exciting for each child. My girls have been going to Seacoast for four years now and they look forward to the beginning of school even more than the beginning of summer!
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Posted September 5, 2012

Seacoast Christian school provides an excellent environment for learning. Its top-notch academic program, underpinned by moral and spiritual development, which is fostered by a devoted staff, make it an ideal educational choice for our family.
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Posted July 2, 2012

We are so glad we have been able to send our oldest daughter to Seacoast for the past 5 years and we are so excited to send BOTH girls this fall! I know they are in good hands of loving teachers and staff with a good education and solid Christian values!!
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Posted September 1, 2011

Excellent Christian education. The staff love God and the kids. My kids absolutely love going to school every morning!
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Posted May 10, 2007

My son, Seth has attended this school since the 3rd grade and I love it! I believe my son thrives at this school and loves it as well. He appreciates the fact that he attends a 'private' school and therefore gets more out of it than I believe he would in a public school such as student per teacher ratio and safety and secular influences. I know and trust that the teachers and students are following Christ and His Word. That also influences moral character and spiritual growth along with regular school learning in my child. My son is now in the 7th grade and we intend to enroll our daughter in kindergarden next year at Seacoast as well.
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Posted January 26, 2007

One of the original privately funded Christian schools in the Seacoast area, Seacoast Christian School has, for more than twenty years, been a beacon of educational and spiritual excellence in a world of mediocre public education. Small, intimate educational environment and passionate and dedicated staff work with parents and guardians to craft an education plan that challenges and inspires each student. With conservative Christianity as an ever visible thread throughout all learning, Seacoast Christian School provides for the whole student, mind, body, and soul. The education I received at Seacoast equipped me for success at the collegiate, military, and post graduate levels.
—Submitted by a former student

Posted November 20, 2006

Seacoast Christian School provides a wonderful experiance for both elementary and high school students. The teachers at Seacoast are devoted to the mental and spiritual well being of each and every student. Small class sizes ensure that each student recieves the assistance and guidance he needs, and the friendly faculty are more than glad to help. Seacoast Christian School provides a wonderful alternative to public school.
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Posted February 23, 2004

The principal at Seacoast Christian School is a Baptist minister who often leads the Wednesday morning chapel services at the school. The teachers are for the most part academically and personally supportive. There are very few disciplinary problems; in all the years I attended Seacoast, I never witnessed or heard of any violence (which I would have if it had occurred, Seacoast being such a small school). Seacoast is a great private school, especially for those who wish for their children to have a Christ-centered education.
—Submitted by a former student

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336 Main Street
South Berwick, ME 03908
Phone: (207) 384-5759


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