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Learn More About CCS!

You can learn about our academics, arts, and athletics here on the website. We encourage you to click the button below to receive more information. You can also schedule a meeting so that you can ask all of your questions and get to know us better.

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Legacy Celebration

Join us on Saturday, April 29, at 6:00 p.m. in the JH/SH Campus chapel as we honor several men and women who have helped create and maintain the CCS legacy. Click the link below to learn more and let us know you’re coming.

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Re-enrollment Now Open!

Cincinnati Christian School’s administration and staff are already looking ahead and making plans for next school year. Click below to access your Family Portal account to complete re-enrollment for 2023–2024. We look forward to continuing to grow in Christ with you next year.


CCS Overview

CCS was Founded in 1971
645 Total Enrolled Students
6 Major Accreditations & Affiliations
32% Diversity Rate
100% Graduation Rate 86% College Bound
25 Exceptional Fine Arts Programs
36 Honors & AP Courses
140 Churches Represented
Students Come From 37 Zip Codes
11 Athletic Programs


Cincinnati Christian Schools partners with Christian families to provide a Bible-centered, quality education for the whole person—spirit, heart, body, and mind. Our job is to provide a superior level of education as we equip, train, and disciple each student to follow Christ and impact culture.


Fine Arts

God created people in his image, and people possess the inherent desire to replicate the beauty of the Master Artist’s creation. The CCS Fine Arts Department cultivates and fosters the innate need for our students to create and make things of beauty through music, visual arts, and theater.

Fine Arts


CCS Athletics endeavors to build leaders with Christian character. We strive to impart upon our student-athletes integrity, sportsmanship, discipline, teamwork, self-sacrifice, and a willingness to be role players in the kingdom of God.


Student Spotlight!

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Jolie Percy

Based on her excellent PSAT scores and her GPA, Jolie Percy was invited to apply for College Board National Recognition Programs. The National Recognition Programs are a proven way for many students of color and students in rural and small towns to stand out in the college-application process and access millions of dollars in scholarships.

Math Olympians

Congratulations to our 2023 elementary Math Olympic team.

In February, twenty-two of our 3–6 grade advanced math students participated in the 2023 ACSI Math Olympics. The Math Olympics is a series of timed tests that are given in a series of rounds. Each student competes against other students in his or her grade and category. The areas of competition include arithmetic computation and mathematical reasoning. Everyone did a great job! Myles Dwyer, Belle Green, Abby Lynch, Maddie Lynch, Steven Oppong, Silas Romine, Ethan Smith, & Annie Williamson all received ribbons for scoring in the top 5 for their grade levels.

Ohenmaa Sarfo-Bonsu

Congratulations to CCS senior Ohenmaa Sarfo-Bonsu. Ohenmaa was awarded a silver key for her essay submitted to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Silver Keys are awarded to distinguished work demonstrating achievement at the regional level. Approximately 7-10% of regional submissions are recognized with Silver Key Awards.

Matthew Quarry & Chase Mixell

Matthew Quarry and Chase Mixell took a Class B solo to the Ohio Music Educators Association District 13 solo and ensemble contest. Both students received a superior rating for their performance. This is the highest possible score that can be received. They both worked very hard to achieve this.

Keller Harrison

Congratulations Keller! He represented CCS in the Division II State Bowling tournament! Great season!

Belle Green

Congratulations to our elementary student council president, Belle Green!