Congratulations to the CHCS Class of 2017 who graduated on Sunday, May 14. This class was the first to graduate with the Cum Laude status which is an Honor’s Diploma with a GPA of 4.0 or higher. Five graduates obtained . . .
To Run Track at MSSU this Fall
Almost every high school athlete says it's been a dream to play college sports after signing a letter of intent. Not Jonathan Johnson. "Even at January 1 this year, I was against running track in . . .
The School Board of College Heights Christian School is pleased to announce that Mr. Randy Goldsmith has accepted the position of Superintendent beginning July 1, 2017. Mr. Goldsmith has been serving as the upper school principal at The . . .
College Heights Christian School, Joplin, MO, is accepting elementary (K-5) teacher applications for 2017-2018. We are seeking candidates for our faculty team who are educationally qualified, energetic, collaborative, and interested in . . .
Our annual Missions Week, held March 13 -17, 2017, was a huge success! This week is dedicated to serving others, and directly complements the school’s mission of developing servant leaders with a Biblical worldview. . . .
Congratulations to the One Act Drama team for their 1st Place State Qualifying win recently. Anna Souder, Zane Leavens, Emma Davison, Jonah Wilcox, Hannah Bagley, Eden Laws, Daniel Estep, Jacob Knudson, and Matthew . . .
Our annual Open House was held on February 9 th with many new families in attendance. If you missed it, please schedule your own private tour today. A guided walk around our school will introduce you to our classrooms, our . . .
Our school's annual spelling bee was held recently with Kelton Welch winning the 4th & 5th grade elementary division and Jay Ball successfully winning the 6th grade middle school competition (his third win overall). Each classroom . . .
Do you have an interest in your student becoming part of the College Heights Christian School family? Enrollment has begun! Please join us for Open House on Thursday, February 9th from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. The classrooms will be . . .
Congratulations to Elijah Cornett and every Geography Bee finalist! The top two students from each class 4th through 8th competed in the annual school competition. Eighth grader Elijah Cornett was the overall winner and will move forward to . . .
Congratulations to three outstanding High School students who placed in the Rotary Four Way Test Speech Competition. For Joplin Noon Rotary Club, Senior Myles Jackson took 2nd place. For the Joplin Daybreak Rotary Club, Elizabeth Reaves won . . .
A Homecoming Alumni Gathering was held during the games on December 16th. Alumni from the 80's to the class of 2016 were in attendance with great food provided on the mezzanine during the games at the Ozark Christian College . . .
Congratulations to the CHCS 2016 Homecoming King and Queen Matthew Gao and Kenlee Jonas! The Homecoming court each represented a Biblical characteristic as nominated by their class with the King and Queen voted on by the High . . .
Kindergartners worked hard at assembling their Jesus Bags, or hygiene bags, to distribute this Christmas season. Many items including personal hygiene items, food, water, Bibles, and warm gloves and hats were each put into large bags that . . .
Congratulations to our High School Scholars Bowl Team for their win at the Kickapoo HS Tournament in Springfield. CHCS had three teams compete against large size (Class 4) schools with our A team taking home the Kickapoo Scholar Bowl Varsity . . .
The 8th grade American History students were able to participate in the Truman Presidential Library's Educational Department's "White House Decision Center." Students role-played President Truman, Charlie Ross, and many . . .
Students, parents, teachers and administrators all participated in the Fall Blood Drive sponsored by our National Honor Society. Nearly 70 units of blood and plasma were donated. Thank you to everyone who helped and who participated in this . . .
Students of all ages have worked recently to give back to others this holiday season. First, middle school and high school students donated personal hygiene items and small toys to Operation Christmas Child. Shoe boxes are . . .
Please join the CHCS Drama Department as they present "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever!" on Thursday and Friday, November 17 & 18 at 7:00 PM and Saturday, November 19 at 2:30 PM in the Chapel. Tickets can be purchased online . . .
Saturday, November 5th, Cougars of all ages came together for our annual fundraiser for the classes. Middle School and High School students worked the booths and Elementary students participated. The kids had a lot of fun with the cake walk, . . .
On October 28, our entire student body from Pre-Kindergarten to Seniors joined together to worship together. Mrs. Bogar's third grade class taught us about how jack o lanterns portray Christ's plan for us. We collected an offering for . . .
The Parent Teacher Fellowship sponsored the annual Cougar Run on a recent Friday evening in October. Students, grades Pre School through 5th grade, asked supporters to sponsor them while they biked, ran, skated, or walked the course set . . .
A senior forward, Dylan Zarrabi is now the Cougars' all-time leading goal-scorer. He knocked in the record-tying and record-breaking goals during a 3-0 victory against Lone Jack on October 8. After tying Brantley Gossett's school . . .
On Monday, October 3rd, several new members were inducted into the CHCS chapter of National Honor Society. The students’ selection into the chapter is based on four criteria: Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service . . .
Transformed was the topic of this year's Spiritual Emphasis Week, held annually during the first full week of school in September. The week kicked off with songs from our Praise and Worship team. Chapel was held each day with additional . . .
Watch and listen to what faculty have to say about the atmosphere at College Heights Christian School in this new video clip. Whether you enjoy the Christian atmosphere, high academic rigor, small class size, activities offered, or . . .
High School students tell what College Heights Christian School has meant to them in this new video clip. Please call today to find out more information and how you can experience being a part of the College Heights family.
Carmen Creswell, College Heights Christian School senior, will be the first student to graduate with a college associate degree while simultaneously getting her high school diploma from College Heights. Ms. Creswell started her college . . .
Serving our community is a real strength at CHCS. In blessing our community, our National Honor Society members recently hosted the annual fall Community Blood Drive bringing in 64 donations. Additionally, our school’s . . .
ACSI NEXUS 2015 —an annual celebratory learning experience that brings together a wide spectrum of Christian educators from across the country. Internationally known thought leaders will challenge you professionally and encourage you . . .
CHCS is a religious institution providing an education in a distinct Christian environment, and it believes that its biblical role is to work in conjunction with the home to mold students to be Christ-like. On those occasions in which the . . .
College Heights Christian School believes…. 1. That the Bible is the inspired, infallible, and authoritative Word of God. (1 Cor. 14:37; 2 Tim. 3:16, . . .
“CHCS glorifies God through excellence as a Christ-centered learning environment that produces servant leaders with a Biblical worldview” This is our mission. We do not take lightly the privilege we have at CHCS . . .
Welcome to our new and improved website! We are excited to launch this site with its many new features including mobility, additional space for posting pictures of our students, and feeds for Facebook and Twitter. Our goal is . . .
“ CHCS glorifies God through excellence as a Christ-centered learning environment that produces servant leaders with a Biblical worldview. ” This is our mission. We do not take . . .
Another great way to support CHCS financially is by participating in one of the PTF fundraisers each year – Cougar Run/Carnival (fall) and Cougar Cards (winter). Last year $ 33,000 was given by PTF for major projects. To . . .