I have taught in the public school system in many areas including the Crossville area. Crossville Christian school is by far superior. The staff is very loving and have the best interest of the children at all times. The classical curriculum is God centered. Although the curriculum is challenging, the teachers all go the extra mile to make sure the children grasp what is being taught. I have never taught in a school where the teachers all work together as a team the way they work at CCS. The leadership is outstanding and the students and families are tops! I am blessed to be a teacher at CCS!
I have had a child in Crossville Christian for over 8 years. My older child "aged" out of CCS, and what a shock it was to enter the public school. CCS offers a challenging curriculum in a loving and caring environment. The students are the number one priority among the teachers and staff, and all discipline is done in a Godly manner. I highly recommend this school to anyone.
Crossville Christian has been a blessing for our son. We love the non-denominational faith based education curriculum. The class sizes are small making sure each child is given the attention needed to help them excel. The teachers and Headmistress truly care about the children. If you want to give your child every advantage for a great education and a wonderful environment for social interaction, I would highly recommend Crossville Christian School.
Incredible school, caring teachers, great kids, small class size and Mrs. Andrews is an amazing headmistress. The tuition is very reasonabe and the education is priceless! We went from public to private school and are so happy with the change.
There aren't many private schools in the area to choose from but I had to take my children out of CCS. The teachers wouldn't listen to the parents and the administration always sided with the teachers. The teachers and the administration believe they know what is best or right for the children and fail to work with the parents. I wasn't alone in my problem, since many other parents had the same problem. But like I said the first time, there aren't many choices. I've since moved closer to Knoxville primarily because I didn't like this school and didn't want to send my children to public school. The public schools in the area are acceptable but I prefer my children religious based education. The schools here in Knoxville are all much better.