Our School's Story
The Christian School at Castle Hills seeks to lead students to know Christ and make Christ known.
The Christian School at Castle Hills began in 1981 by a group of interested members of Castle Hills First Baptist Church and Dr. George H. Harris. The school began with grades 1–6 and an enrollment of 100 students and has continued to grow. Our current enrollment is approximately 600 students in Preschool through 12th grade.The Christian School at Castle Hills has seen nearly 1000 students graduate, who today are dotted around the globe leading and serving their world. Among them are physicians, lawyers, engineers, business leaders and entrepreneurs, pastors, teachers and missionaries. The biblical worldview and servant leadership principles they were taught at Castle Hills are now influencing their generation.
Castle Hills has a long track record for academic achievement. Across the years, 98% of our graduates have been college bound. Routinely, Castle Hills classes score more than two years above national averages on standardized testing.
Our pledge at Castle Hills is to give every graduate the edge for success in the university environment. Our four year college prep high school is academically rigorous and focused on both spiritual and leadership success in life.
The faculty, staff, and leadership ofThe Christian School at Castle Hills are a uniquely gifted and dedicated group of professionals, many with advanced degrees in their fields. The bond between faculty and students is warm, caring and supportive. So much more than instruction pours out from the inspiring lives of our teachers.
The Christian School at Castle Hills is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) which is the largest body of Christian schools and colleges in the world. For information concerning our accreditation, you can go to www.acsi.org.
“But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings of eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not faint.”