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PK-12
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Conroe, TX
Students enrolled: 330
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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4503 IH 45 North
Conroe, TX 77304

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(936) 890-8080
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October 30, 2014
Went into 10th grade and was super excited about going to a Christian school. I was going to learn alot about God, I was going to be welcome to many sports, I would meet some new friends, I'd do well academically. I did very well academically, the school's ciriculumn is horrible, easy, and science is totally biased. Besides learning a lot about God, the kids in my class (12 total not including me, 8 of which are girls) were very rude. They do not welcome new students and completely ignored me. I also remember being told how a student before me had been bullied out of school. Most students there do very badly academically as well, the average score is probably 70 with many failing scores and low B's. I dont know how they pass. Sports are great, and while people are accepted into a team upon request, the people aren't always as accepting as the policy. I was doing basketball for the first time in my life, and everyone-including the coach-knew that. I came out the gym in tears.Look, just dont make the same mistake I did, especially if you have a child who is looking for friends and a place to fit in this place is definitely NOT the place. Be careful when checking out any school.

- submitted by a student
August 17, 2014
We drew a bad card on teachers at the public elementary school. I knew my daughter was a little spoiled but not special ed like the public school teacher told me late in the fall 2013. I quickly started doing more hours of homework with her, bought my own books form the teacher's store (I had a hard time figuring out what were the assignments going to be at the public school, they just would send 1 sheet at a time and give me a website that never worked). I knew I had to make a move. I interviewed several private schools & Covenant effectively communicated what exactly she needed to be studying. I did lot of homework even still but it was not just me alone anymore. The teacher taught her way more than I did. When you hear your child say something learned at school with enthusiasm, you know good things are happening. When we got the results on the Terra Nova test at the end of 1 semester with Covenant. Our child was at the top in the national standings and even higher on math and science. There is a lot of bible and prayer but it does not interfere with the core academics. In fact (as it proved in my childs case) it improves academics substantially.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2014
I'm very sorry but the vast majority of people associated with this school are not living for Jesus Christ. My child graduated with a broken heart. Most kids only attend for the sports program. This school is probably 95% upper middle class, Caucasian, Baptist kids with many only attending due to parents' pressure to keep away from public education. This is the real truth. Many leaders and teachers favor their own children and the cliques are absolutely real and devastating to new students. I question the motive of the hearts associated with this school. Our family loves The Lord and we were left feeling very alone and hurt. We have moved on but I had to share the truth. You've been warned. There's a reason why the school has barely grown in the last decade or so. New buildings are the last thing they need. They all need to examine their hearts and motives. Please pray for CCS. Pray for God's help.

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2014
Great school! Truly an excellent Christian school - strong academics and biblical world view. Wonderful school that teaches students the truth.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
When we first toured the school 3 years ago, we were instantly drawn to the professional, yet relaxed atmosphere. We've been so grateful to have our boys learning about the world that God made, from teachers who genuinely love them and desire for them to excel. I feel like the core is solid and the foundation is Christ, and we have been very pleased with the healthy balance between academics, athletics, social development, and spiritual emphasis. This school is definitely the real deal!

- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2014
Covenant Christian School was very disappointing, We spent one year there and that was one year too many. There was not one positive moment there. The teachers were the worst we have ever had and the adminstration turned a blind eye. Think twice before enrolling there. We pray that no family will have to endure the year we had.

- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2014
A wonderful, loving environment conducive to learning. Teachers, staff and students care about each other. It's a college prep school which affords students the opportunity to excel academically. We have 2 kids in high school and they just thrive in this Christian environment with good Biblical values. We are going on our 3rd year here and we could not be more happier.

- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2014
Covenant is an excellent school with many qualified, loving teachers. Small class size allows for personal attention from the teachers. The Love and concern they show their students is one of the best things about this school. Many technology advances have been made recently and the students have many opportunities for sports, music, art, and several ministry activities. Not only am I a staff member, I have had 2 children attend Covenant from kindergarten all the way through 12th grade. Both have benefited greatly from their years here. I would highly recommend CCS to anyone!

- submitted by a teacher
September 20, 2013
Covenant Christian School has everything our family needs. Wonderful teachers, staff, parents and students. Sports are a big part of the school and something we love. The onsite tutoring is important to us also. Parent involvement is awesome. This is our second year, and we couldn't be happier.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2013
I am totally impressed with and love this school! I am a teacher who left public education and moved my children in order to get a challenging education in an environment with like- minded Christian teachers. The results for my children have been wonderful and the quality exceeds my expectations. There are athletic opportunities , artistic opportunities and a Biblical knowledge that will stay with them for life. I can't say enough good things about the teachers , staff and fellow students !

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2013
The school seriously needs to update their curriculum. My daughter would come home with hand cramps from the amount of busy work. The leadership at the school is extremely weak. If you have any issues arise, there is no recourse. I was told to resolve it with the teacher. The school appears to care more about sports than academics. This is obvious by the new sports complex.

- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2012
The academics and sports at this school are great, can't deny that. Most of the teachers were pretty decent but some were iffy. The reason this school is getting a low rating by me is because of the students, and lack of discipline. I was bullied endlessly the two years I went there, not one thing done about it. The kids I had to deal with were most certainly NOT Christ-like by any means. A real shame.

- submitted by a community member
October 04, 2011
We couldn't be more happy with the spiritual and academic opportunities that CCS offers. Our oldest child graduated after several years at Covenant and he was well prepared to enter both college and the "real" world. We know several graduates that have been accepted into prestigious colleges and into honors programs. Every year, it seems like the majority of graduates earn some level of academic scholarship for their college education. Sports and other extracurricular activities are pursued with excellence but kept in proper perspective. Some highlights for our kids have been performing in a play at the Creighton Theater, singing in Carnegie Hall with the chorus. Tuition is in line with (or less than) other private schools that have an independent campus and a full complement of programs. There are less expensive private schools in and around Conroe but CCS provides the best value in my opinion. A new administrator was hired in 2009 and he brought a fresh perspective to a place that was already performing to our expectations. The teachers are caring, dedicated and capable. The parental involvement is high; the place is like an extension of our family.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2010
What an awesome place! Our daughter has been to 3 other Christian schools in 11 years and it's been a rough ride. Two of those schools closed down due to somewhat 'ungodly' circumstances and the other was just a mess. The teachers and leaders at CCS truly do care for the student! They are constantly in prayer and believe me, this is rare! Sure, the tuition is up there but I believe it's worth every penny. You get what you pay for. Yes, there are a few cliques among the students but this is the real world. The new headmaster is a gem. A godly man who truly does invest his heart and soul into the Christian education of our kids. So glad he is here. The whole atmosphere of the place changed for the better under his leadership. We couldn't be happier with CCS! May God continue to bless her!

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2008
While the tuition may be rather expensive, and the administration is overbearing at some times, this school has been such a joy. The teachers are extremely helpful, not just in academics, but in your faith. The environment is amazing and that overshadows most of the 'downsides' that I see. I have made lasting friendships with many of the other students that couldn't have been made anywhere else.

- submitted by a student
no rating August 27, 2008
This school is just way too expensive. We tried to work with the administration to suggest ways to keep the quality high yet possibly save parents some money but got no where. Example: School Uniforms cost way too much (and this is a real shame as the quality was no better than what we could have bought for half price at local discount stores) and the tuition is way too high. The lunch time meals are barely worth buying, we had to mostly pack a sack lunches. Forcing boys to dress for PE in the bathroom was bad. Like most Christian schools the teachers are great and very caring but the administration is patronizing and doesn't seem focused on the chilren, only the bottom line. I regret we were unable to continue at CCS as our child had made great friends and was truly blessed with some

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2008
CCS is a great environment. My kids love it and are happy to go to school each day. The tuition is a large part of my budget but money well spent. Buy a smaller house, get an older car or a part time job. Having my kids in a safe, loving place with excellent academics, great sports programs, and a Christ-centered atmosphere is worth the sacrifice.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2007
CCS is a great school I have been going here for five years and I have loved every minute of it. The staff is very caring and Christ centered. The athletics is also Christ centered. Overall CCS is a great school.

- submitted by a student
April 21, 2006
Academic programs are well attended to. Sports is certainly king at this institution as it is at most. I was especially disappointed that they would promote school events on Sundays considering the fact that our family is committed to church involvement and this school claims to be also. Any school committed to these ideals should be sensitive to the fact that Sunday is a busy day for Christians. Athletics and other extra curricular activities are meant to enrich our lives as hobbies and past-times rather than become our lives. What happened to teaching our children balance? I must say that parental involvement is very much expected by the faculty and staff of CCS. This is a very strong quality of the school.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2005
this school is a christian school. very expensive.

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
December 13, 2004
As parents of two students who have spent their entire school careers at Covenant Christian School (son, grade 11, daughter, grade 9), we can tell you that it has been a great blessing to our children and our family. Rarely will you find the combination of academic excellence and spiritual emphasis that is present at CCS. Give us a try. You won't want to leave!

- submitted by a parent
December 13, 2004
Covenant is a wonderful Christian environment for learning. Our children are taught academics, of course, but they are also led by their teachers spiritually. All the teachers profess Christ as their Lord and Savior, and weave Christianity into their lessons every way possible. My second and fifth graders have attended Covenant since Kindergarten and they absolutely love it. No, it's not for the rich. My husband mows yards on the side just to pay the tuition. No one here makes you feel like you are 'smaller' than the next person. We are all part of the family of God.

- submitted by a parent
October 16, 2004
We are in our second year at Covenant and feel that it is a great school; academically and spiritually! My son loved his 1st grade and is doing well in 2nd grade. They do teach you to live as a Christian. It is not cheap to go there, it is more expensive than some schools but less than others. I am so thankful when I drop my son off there. We truly feel he is in a great and safe place.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2004
It's a good school but seems more like a 'christian country club' for the well-to-do to send their kids to with little emphasis placed on loving Jesus with all your heart! 1st grade terrible, 2nd wonderful from there it's a toss up. I wasn't too impressed with most of the staff so we left. They also can milk you dry for everything. And the debt service fee, well, that's more than most can handle.

- submitted by a parent
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Covenant Christian School
4503 IH 45 North, Conroe, TX  77304
(936) 890-8080
Last modified Covenant Christian School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Covenant Christian School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 26 reviews. Top