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PK-12
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Upper Marlboro, MD
Students enrolled: 330
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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6707 Woodyard Rd
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

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(301) 599-9600
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December 07, 2014
ccs is only looking for basketball players right now so dont waste your time/money unless sports is your desire. The teachers still try very hard but deep down inside they know they are fight a loosing battle. hoping one day soon they wake up and return to the christian values and not just getting your name in the post via basketball players that aren't eligible to play because of poooooooooooooooooooooooooor grades but they can shoot a basketball. Choose wisely, check out the high school lunch period for your final answer.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2014
This is my first year at CCS with my 5 year old first grader. I choose this school for the main reason that my homeschooler would be placed in the grade that she performed in and not the grade that her age dictated. I was also impressed with the welcoming nature I received during the orientation and interviewing process. Everything appeared quiet organized, structured and of high standards. I also like the fact that transportaion provides door to door service. I was taken aback by many of the reviews which I asked Principal Williams and her addressed very appropriately. They have hired a new Vice Principal for the elementary grades which will free Principle Williams to focus on the High School students. I do feel there is an atmosphere of "cliches" and favorites but as I am new and do not know any families it is hard to judge. So far, I do love the quality of the curriculum and the openness of having parental involvement and resolving issues. I hope this continues as the year progresses. Believe it or not, our only negative about the school is that they have lunch in the gym which requires a short walk to an adjoning building!!

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2014
One thing I can say is that the Teachers are good and they care but they have been quitting left and right. The school itself is very sub par,t that is probably the reason why they never post their test scores unfortunately if you are in P.G. County there aren't very many good choices for education. This is slightly above the public school system. I can't wait til this year is over so I can take my kids out of this school. I shouldn't have to pay this amount of money for an private education that is not even on par with public schools in other counties.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2014
Clinton Christian School is an AWESOME school! I am so thankful our children attended CCS. I really can't say enough about the teachers and the school has a family atmosphere. The students receive a biblical foundation and a strong education. The class sizes are small, with most classes having an average of 15! I love the enrichment opportunities for the students. My last child just graduated and received a full scholarship! Teachers here prepare them for college and for life.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2014
This is a great school June Smith k-4 teacher is the best make sure your child goes to her. She is very warm and caring and treats the children like they are her own. she has a very clean and easy to learn structure way when teaching.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2013
Leader of the Pack! I have had my children here for 11 years. The school has gone through some leadership transitions, but the one constant are the certified teachers with degrees, the school accreditation, and the family atmosphere. The administration is now stable and implementing new technology, renovating the campus, class rooms and adding more electives for the students to choose from. They have small class sizes, 20 or less in each room. The school also offers 6 AP classes in which my child can receive college credits. My child is now in high school and on track to graduate with several scholarships. Clinton Christian has a 100% graduation rate and 100% acceptance rate in to colleges across the country. I would recommend this school to anyone looking for a quality yet affordable education.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2013
Don't waste your money like I did !!!Sad that you have to pay so much money for a school this bad! Was A good school in the beginning but once they got the new principal went downhill fast!! multiple Teachers quitting at the same time. constant financial trouble . Parents begging other parents not to leave because so many parents are taking their kids out of this sub par school. taking my kids out was the best thing I ever did, wish I had done it sooner.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2013
My son attended this school K4-1st. School was good when he first started. A lot of turnover at this school with a new "principal" that wasn't in a postion to actually lead. School has finance issues as well. Biggest problems are fees are higher than competition and class sizes are comparable to public school (very large). CCS is not as technologically advanced as public school (ie - cannot post grades and homework online). During last school year, there were times when school felt unsafe. Overall, I would say the school is below average.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2012
I really love this school. This is my son's second year and he is in 1st grade. His teachers have been excellent and very communicative. The principal is very approachable and so is the staff. He stands out every morning and evening and greets the kids. My son loves the school and he is learning so much there. I would HIGHLY recommend CCS.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2012
This is my children's 3rd year at CCS. The first year was excellent, we had come from another christian school that was awful. My second year was little more chaotic, there was an administrative transition taking place so i decided to give them time to adjust. This third year is starting off like the second year ended, poor communication between school and parents and the costs are not comparative to the service that we receive.

- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2011
I son has received a quality education at this school but the school administration needs to be trained on how too deal with students. The school is in transition and the leadership (principal) needs to make himself more available to parents. The tuition is too costly compared to other private Christian Schools in the area.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2011
This a very good school , very nice students helped me feel like i was at home a safe , trusting place. It wasn't my first choice but it wasn't a bad one either . it gave me a chance to start fresh . and the teachers are very nice .

- submitted by a community member
March 09, 2010
As the parent of a 3rd grader, I have many concerns with the school. While I believe that the students receive a fairly good education, classrooms are extremely too big for a private school. Also, 3rd graders are pushed so hard in school & the schedule is so tight that there is not even time for them to go to the bathroom without missing an entire subject by the time they return. There is an over-abundance of homework for the students in the evenings. The school needs to realize that the students need to be socialized as well as educated, and they cannot spend all of their time in the evenings doing homework assignments. They need to extend the school year into June (as do most schools) & allow the students more time to comprehend the subject matter.

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2009
I attended CCS 3 years ago and I LOVED IT!!! There was so much involvemente parents and so much activity. I attended a homecoming game a year ago. I was so happy to see all my friends.

- submitted by a student
no rating November 12, 2008
My two children attended CCS. The school has good teachers in the elementary grades. The school charges lots of fees in addition to the tuition such as detention fees and aftercare fees when a child is involved in extracurricular activities. The school even has Saturday detentions with fees. The scchool has strict rules about how a parent can submit a complaint. The handbook also indicates that a student can be disenrolled if the parents are 'uncooperative'.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 31, 2008
My child has been at CCS for 8 years. Although they have excellent teachers the discipline system at the shool is very wrong. It charges a parent 10 dollars a detention. And your child will get a detention for 1 missed assignment. I understand the schools strickness but this policy burdens the parent very much. The system should not be made to punish us parents but our children. Also for the life of me i dont know where all this money is going because I am sure for 1 hour a teacher shouldnt get paid close to 1500$. The school is starting to fall from its traditional valeus. Before they think of expanding they need to worry about the students their now.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2008
We love the school, staff, student and parent community within CCS. My child is beginning the 1st grade and 3rd year at CCS, and I am so proud of her academic achievement at this stage. I feel as though we are a part of an extended family of good Christian people. Good structure, academic enrichment, and environment of loving people. We are truly blessed!

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2008
I am an advanced placement student at CCS. My experience is very different from the experiences described by the previous writers. My school is actively preparing the students for greatness. I am thankful for my Christian teachers and for my Christian education.

- submitted by a student
no rating April 05, 2008
Im a former student of ccs and i went there for 6 years. This school i think was a little close minded. The teachers kids got special treatment ,they sometimes taught things half way for fear of being to 'vulgar'. My friends and i used joke about how public school at least had a cafateria! I remember running through the rain when the campus got flooded , They had classes in the basement were pieces of ceiling would fall off (no joke) Some of the teachers they hire are in rookies. My riend told me about a teacher who through things at the student. I haven't been there in over a year so maybe they changed but...my experience was maybe a b=

- submitted by a student
March 26, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
no rating March 18, 2008
My son has been at CCS for 10 years and will graduate this year. This school has been a wonderful place for my son. The teachers and the administrator are very dedicated to the chilren. I am very grateful for everything CCS has done for my son.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2008
My children have been at CCS for 3 years and in the beginning I was excited about them being there. However, as other parents have stated, Mr. Crutchfield has run the school into the ground organization and financial wise. He has incorporated ridiculous fees and continues to add them on at will as the school year goes on. I applaud the school in teaching my children about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, however if the school wants to continue to strive for excellence, get a new administrator and stop the crazy fees.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2008
CCS is a superb Christian School. As a CCS faculty member, I am proud to announce that our graduates are well prepared to enter the finest institutions of higher learning. Prince George's County is blessed to have such a wonderful educational alternative to public schooling.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating February 05, 2008
My child attends CCS. I expected a lot more, acdemically from the school. The work my child brings home does not seem to be much different than what is being taught in the public school sector. We moved here from another state were my child attended a private, christan school. It may not be fair to compare the two as equal, but her previous school, although about the same size, was far less expensive; but more importantly, it instilled solid morales and values in my child. I do not see similar results at all with CCS. As a matter of fact, I see very little christian character building. I agree with all the parents that say parental involvement is not encourage. My child's teacher seems very petty when it comes to enforcing discpline. I don't foresee us returning next yr.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2008
As you read over the upcoming reviews, keep an open mind. So many GOOD changes have happened since the end of the 2006 school year that you won't hear about. Upset reviews are wrtten from parents that didn't read the guidlines or their child couldn't act correctly and continued to get in trouble. As things change, there are struggles at times; this is to be expected. Several problematic students have left over the last two years, creating a MUCH better learning enviornment. Sports may be limited, but that is due to lack of interest; not options. In PG County, CCS is a great choice. It's not an easy mission field... for new parents and students: go visit. It is a medium sized private school, so try not to compare it to a larger one or one with public funds... -Great Job CCS!

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 10, 2007
I am a high school student at CCS. I enjoy the challenging academic coursework especially the AP Courses.

- submitted by a student
no rating October 24, 2007
I have been at CCS for a number of years. The teachers are professional and the administration is responsive. I know from the test results that my children are receiving and excellent Christian education.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2007
I am very pleased w/CCS & its teachers and administrators. I have watched my kids grow spiritually & academically over the last 4 yrs. No school is perfect but the minor things that I could bring up are not even worth bringing up & they do not compare to what CCS has done for my children. Its frustrating to read comments from parents how 'CCS parents do not have a voice' when there are Parent/Administrative forums held quarterly that are poorly attended by parents. Parents, if you have concerns come out & voice them (in LOVE) instead of complaining to others. In the past the extracurriluar activities were almost non-existing but now they are plentiful & geared toward the lower grades. There is band, violin, chorus, dance, cheerleading, & chess to name a few. Your child canl have a fulfilled & rewarding experience at CCS.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2007
I am very pleased with CCS. My son is going to the first grade and he has done very well. This summer he read several chapter books (he reads everything). I love letting people listen to him read and then telling them that he is only going to the first grade. His teachers always provided me feedback. I really love Mrs. Hardy. If I have questions or concerns, I email the new administrator Mr. Crutchfield, and he responds immediately. I also like how CCS does not teach to the standardized tests - they use ABEKA. My mom teaches and right before the standard tests, they drill the kids. One of my concerns was that it appeared that room parents were the only ones that had a voice. I was informed that a parent/administrators forum was formed. As far as athletics, I'm going to sign my son up for track this year!

- submitted by a parent
July 02, 2007
My child completed second and third grades at CCS. Second grade went pretty well. I became irritated when schools all around, public & private were donating to Hurricane Katrina victims and CCS did nothing. When I asked my child what was being done, she indicated that they prayed. Yet,in December they wanted the parents to donate items for a shoe box to send to needy children in another country. As a third grader, I had a problem with so much empasis being put on a history project in the spring w/the majority of the people in history discussed were not African American; yet an oral presentation, as well as a visual aid had to be completed. Black History month was pretty much treated as a regular month, with the exception of an assembly on Harriet Tubman. Collectively, parents do not have a voice. We will not return next year.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2007
Well, speaking as a student at CCS, I know firsthand about what truly goes on up there. CCS is seen by many as an extremely strict school with no extracurriculars. However, I see the school as more than that. Sure CCS is not perfect; it has its flaws, but so does any school. Mr. Crutchfield is seriously trying to make the school better and is dedicated to fixing problems the school has had in the past. The high school is gaining new AP courses and the school is going through the process of accreditation. Even though it is not a perfect school, I am glad that I attend there. I have teachers that actually care about me and what I do with my life, and I am learning more about myself and how I should live my life according to the Bible. Thanks CCS, no matter what anyone says.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 12, 2007
My daughter attended CCS for K5- 2nd grade. We will not be returning. Mrs. Hardy (K5) was great. I am very displeased with the way the teachers are moved around from grade to grade; the high student /teacher ratio; and the tuition drastically increasing for next year. There is no cafeteria for a hot lunch program. Fundraising was out of control this year and for what? The handbook is not followed. For such a small school, there are too many principals and disciplinary teachers.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2007
I am a Christian teacher at Clinton Christian School. I have enjoyed my first year of service at our great school primarily because the administration is consistently supportive. It is true that our Administrator insists that parents and students and teachers follow the rules which are in place for the welfare and benefit of all. I love Clinton Christian School because she is a great school. However, I would recommend her to you only if you are securely looking for a loving but disciplined Christian school environment.

- submitted by a teacher
April 30, 2007
My child has been at the school for 3 years - this is the last year. For a Christian school the administration lacks Christian values, i.e. the administrator esteems himself higher others. The only good thing about our experience has been my child's teachers - they have all walked in salvation and all genuinely cared about the children in the class. Discipline is left up to the classroom teacher although a position for 'Dean of Discipline' is funded and filled. There is no nurse, parents are not valued unless they attend the church or unless they are a room parent. Extracurricular activities were unheard of until CCS started trying for accreditation are are still virtually non-existent for lower grades. I encourage parents to not believe the lies CCS tries to feed, not waste their hard earned money at CCS, and to keep looking!

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2007
We have two children that attend CCS. We have been pleased with the teachers as well as the current administration. Yes, CCS does believe in structure. Clinton Christian does follow biblical teachings and the teachers are great and want to teach the children. We have partnered with the teachers and have had no issues. The teachers do contact you if your child has a sudden drop in GPA or is in danger of failing. Progress reviews are sent home for parent review as well. We have considered other schools but quite frankly the quality of the academic programs is far greater than other private schools in the area. CCS could improve in extracurricular activities. Overall, Clinton Christian is an excellent school.

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2007
I am a very happy parent of two CCS students. You will not go wrong by sending your child to Clinton Christian if you are looking for a school filled with quality Christian education, sincere love for students, and consistent standards for parents and students alike. The other writers are apparently not aware that CCS has an active parents' group. Others and I have joined with the Administration in creating a parent's group which meets on a monthly basis with the Administrator. We have conducted career related programs for our Juniors and Seniors. And have assisted with many classroom and school related activities. Many opportunities for parental input and involvement exist. Student activities are many. I suggest that you visit the school's website. My children are happy, our family is involved, the faculty and staff are excellent, and CCS is truly a GREAT SCHOOL.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2007
I have two children at CCS. My first year was unremarkable. This past year with the new administrator has been FRUSTRATING. He does not value a parent's input. The dicipline can be very petty and I am no stranger to dicipline.The teachers rarely communicate with parents, there is no forum for the parents to make decisions regarding their child's education (i.e. PTA). All decision are made by one entity and the bottom line decision is about the all mighty dollar not all mighty God. DO NOT GO TO CCS!

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2007
Parents keep looking. Unless they get a new administrator the one they have at present, Travis Crutchfield will leave your pockets empty with the ENDLESS fees and have you frustrated because his administration is UNORGANIZED. For a Christian School, they do not teach in a Christian Light. If you voice an opinion that is not favorable, your child will pay the consequences. If your child is in academic trouble you will find out about it AFTER the fact and not when you as a parent could do something about it. Parents are not valued at this school. The truth is CCS is not about education or God.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2007
The teacher student ratio is too high. There is not a school nurse. If you have a complaint the church is the entity in which to file your concern. The administration is disorganized and there is no teacher accountability. If you are looking for an exception to public schools this is not the place. There is no differentiation of instruction. You either get it or you don't.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2007
I have two children in CCS and they absolutely love the school. The teaching staff is highly skilled. They have made sure that my children remained challenged during their four years at the school. The new administration is a man of God who wants only the best for the children.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2007
As a parent, I am more concerned about the quality of the education, rather than extra-curricular activities. We have tried to challenge our kids since they were toddlers, never underestimating their capabilities. It is refreshing to have teachers who share in our philosophy and present the same challenges to our children and always encouraging them to do their best.

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2007
My son is currently attending CCS and K5 and this year somewhat is the best. There are so many things that he should know how to and does not. They do not recognize that every child learns different they are very quick to label your child. His teacher this year is pretty good but I'm so displeased with the administration and the cost. This is his last year there.

- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2006
I had recently removed my daughter from CCS because the teachers didn't address different learniing styles of the students. The administration is disorganized.

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2006
Parents beware and save your money!!!! my son attends ccs, and i wish i knew half of the stuff when we enrolled him into the school that i know now. Ccs isn t accredited. When you compare the curriculum of other schools to ccs, the curriculum (even in public schools) are better. The school doesn t have a school nurse or a gym. The school goes up an average of $60 per month every year on the tuition without explanation or an increase in services. There are not any extra-curriculum activities geared towards elementary school aged kids, and whatever program you place your child in is an additional fee. Even with musicals during the day, there is a fee to watch your child perform in a recital. There isn t an open line of communication encouraged for the parents to talk to the teachers or administrators. Keep looking, and put your child in another school.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2006
Parents beware! The new administrator is horrible. He is rude and condescending to parents. There is no accountability with the teachers, they are allowed to do and say anything to your child, and if you attempt to hold them accountable, then you are labeled as a trouble maker. When they say it's a family church, they're correct, because most of the employees are related. The school is only concerned with getting your money. The parents have absolutely no voice. Prior to the 2006 school year, I thought the school was pretty good; however with the new leadership I am sure the enrollment will decrease drastically.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2006
My Daughter entered Clinton at Pre-k 2, she went all the way up to the sixth grade. We could no longer take the way the teachers singled the children out. It seemed as though the teachers with children that attend the school get more attention than the other kids. Also they have had staff changes many times. Miss Dewy one of the administrators has gone to another private school. This school was horrible, we ended up taking our child out and sending her to public school in Bowie. She is getting good grades and is much happier. Parents save your money

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2006
I am a former parent of two students who attended this school. I pulled both of my children from this school. Although I was extremely pleased with the ABEKA curriculum. I was highly displeased with the lack of encouragement of parental participation at the school. With this current culture enforced by the Administration and Faculty it allows the teachers not to be accountable to the children they serve and the parents who finance the service. This makes no business sense and it is inevitably set up for failure. The only saving grace for this school is not God, but that parents are frustrated with the surrounding schools. I enrolled my children at Rosaryville Elementary and found it to be the best school in this area.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2006
The academic program at CCS is excellent. I have two boys who have attended 11 and 7 years each. Extracurriclar activities are limited and focused on basketball. Track is often a second thought, even though they have had excellent runners. An increase in muscial instrument instructions would be great as well. The high school level should really focus on math and science programs. My son will be leaving this school in 9th grade because the labs are ancient and are not updated. I also do not like the kids eating lunch in the classroom. There is no parent involvement and no pta. Conference is only scheduled in January after the second marking period. The school prefers to make all the decisions and you either agree or disagree and leave-no democracy. As in any schools there are concerns, but overall for elementary and middle school we are pleased.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2006
Good school overall. Work hard to give the children a safe environment to learn. Troubled with school allowing outside organizations take over of activities, Football, Cheerleading and Track and Field. If the school took over these programs I believe they would see an even greater parential support.

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2006
Our children have attended CCS for six years (primary grades) and our experience has been nothing but pleasant. The curriculum is challenging and provides much needed structure and foundation for future educational endeavors. In my opinion, the administration does their part in teaching biblical principles, respect and discipline. The remaining responsibilty of rearing our children lies with the parents. CCS does provide limited extra-curricular activities, however that is not a primary concern because those activities are available in an abundance through various community programs, boys and girls clubs, etc. Our concern is to place our children in an environment that is conducive to learning, safe, emphasizes God's place in our everyday lives and teachings, and CCS provides that. We believe that parents are as involved as they choose to be.

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2005
This is a decent school. It isn't the best because they seem to care more about your clothes and allow almost no individuality. If you are spirited and outspoken, i don't recommend this school. The athletics aren't the best, either. However, they do have a good educational program.

- submitted by a former student
August 24, 2005
I am a student at Clinton Christian.I have learned a lot going to CCS. I really recommend it, you make friends easily.I love it. It's just like any other public school;except we have bible class!

- submitted by a student
May 26, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2005
This is a good school. All schools have good and bad parts but overall I really enjoy this school for my kids. I love the athletic department and am looking forward to next year. Some of the coaches really care about the kids.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 11, 2005
to be truthfully honest this school would be ok if it wasn't for some of the teachers and administrators they are either not reachable or on serious ego trips. speaking of the dress code they expect the students to follow the code dealing with facial hair but the teachers dont have to follow this. to this id like to say that they should lead by example. not likely that they will they are soo self righteous. -concerned student

- submitted by a student
March 12, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
February 23, 2005
For the price of the school's tuition, you would expect more. I have been at this school for 13 years and it only seems to get worse and worse. Most of the teachers have no desire to teach or help a child that is have difficulties. Also the dress code is formed around the school making money rather then caring about quality. It is very depressing when you must wear uncomfortable clothes everyday then to see your school administrator walk through the church wearing sweat pants. The very fabric of the school is faulty and the inner workings are flawed with very few TRUE Biblical principles. The disciplinary system proves nothing and is mainly an annoyance to both the students and the parents.Its horrible seeing how far away this school is from the basic truths it was founded on. Besides a few teachers this school is not worth wasting money.

- submitted by a student
February 17, 2005
well what can i say this school is amazingly disturbing i cant believe that they call themselves a school and whats worst is that they use god as a front. they truly need to rethink there standards and reread their bibles cause i cant find alot of the biblical principles they claim the school is based on. the truth is hey this school is more like a public schools than they think. the rules dont work the discipline system is even more ineffective

- submitted by a student
January 24, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2005
My child is currently in K4 at CCS and my experience has been nothing less than frustrating. I suppose if your child is very docile and quiet that CCS would be the perfect fit. However, for a child with spirit expect to lose your mind over the restrictive nature of the classrooms. My experience with this school is that they attempt to model all children to a particulary somewhat military standard without regard to individuality. I am very disappointed with CCS and do not plan on subjecting my child to the mental stress of CCS once the school year is completed!

- submitted by a parent
December 28, 2004
I am currently a parent at CCS, and I am so thankful that God led our family to this school. The teachers have a true love and deep commitment to the spiritual and academic well-being of my children. My entire family has been shown the love of God through the people at CCS. As for the complaining about the rules, I am grateful for a school that is teaching my children how to exercise self-discipline and how to respect the authorities that God has placed in their lives. (especially my high schooler)! Thanks CCS!

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 10, 2004
this school is a joke i feel like im getting stupider by the second. this schools curriculum does nothing for the learning process everything is basically given to u no challenge whatsoever. the teachers are not fired up to teach so how can they expect us to be fired up to learn.im suppose to be advanced and i could not spell this letter by myself i dont recommend u send ur kids to this school im a student in 10th grade and have been here for 11 years if i feel like this what does that say for this school i have no reason to lie. beware of clinton christian school it will kill ur intelligience.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2004
I am a former parent of a child who was enrolled in Clinton Christian in Kindergarten and part of 1st grade. I removed my daughter midway through the 1st grade because I was not satisfied with the instruction and care provided. I had ongoing difficulties with my daughter's teacher, and her attitude and lack of concern for the students was appalling. I was further disappointed with a meeting I initiated with this teacher and her supervisor. When I realized my concern for the rigors of the classroom instruction, rude behavior of the teacher, & lack of care for my child were overlooked, I attempted to give the school a 2nd chance my requesting my daughter be transferred to another teacher..(mind you this had been honored by 3 other parents whose children were instructed by this teacher). This was not done. For obvious reasons, I cannot reccomend this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 15, 2004
I am a student at this school. The school has very high standards of itself. Even though they are few activities for elementary, I look foward to next year when I am in middle school so I can play them. Personally, I don't really care for this school. But it is a greal school,however.

- submitted by a student
February 27, 2004
I currently have two children attending Clinton Christian School and this is there second year in the school. I am overwhelmed by the care and love that is showed to each child in the school. The teachers are dedicated to bringing forth the best and God's best in each student. The sensitivity and individual attention given to each child is outstanding. Each and every child is judged on their individual ability and that of another. My son specifically requested that he remain in the school until he graduates. Could there be a better request or testimony of the school's character from a child? Don't miss out on this wonderful school filled with God's Spirit. What's even better, I attended the school many years ago and the same Jesus that was instilled in me is being instilled in my children! Praise God from whom all blessings flow!

- submitted by a parent
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Clinton Christian School is a Christ centered school that is edcuating the next generation of leaders. We offer a Christ Centered atomosphere, quality education, second to none performing arts program, and growing athletic program. Visit us today, where everyday is an open house at CCS!

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Clinton Christian School
6707 Woodyard Rd, Upper Marlboro, MD  20772
(301) 599-9600
Last modified Clinton Christian School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Clinton Christian School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 66 reviews. Top