Mission Statement of Eastside Christian School

“Educating Children in the Christ Inspired, Joyful Pursuit of Excellence”

Purpose Statement

  • Help students grow and mature in their Christian faith
  • Help students discover God’s plan for their lives
  • Provide strong academics for each student
  • Help students to become productive citizens for our country
  • Help our students to be a transforming influence in our community

It is our desire to seek these purposes guided by wisdom and strength from God.

I, Giulia Abraham, am a daughter of the One True King.The spiritual gifts the Lord has blessed me with are leadership, discernment, teaching, and faith. When I was younger, I struggled and worried about figuring out who I was and wanted to be as a person, but what I was really missing was my identity in Christ. This school has transformed me into who I am today and helped me to make my parents’ faith, my own. As a child of God, I have peace and purpose. In high school, I hope to use my platform as a student-athlete to shine the light of Jesus to others and would like to get into a leadership position where I have the chance to tell others about the hope they can have in Him.

Giulia Abraham Mission Statement - Class of 2017

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ECS does not discriminate on the basis of sex, color, race, national or ethnic origin in its policies or program. However, ECS does reserve the right to select students based on its own criteria of spiritual commitment, academic performance, and personal qualifications including a willingness to cooperate with the school administration and to abide by its policies and regulations. Potential disqualifiers may include language barriers, behavioral problems, and special educational needs that our program does not address. ECS administration welcomes a conversation regarding our ability to meet your child’s special academic needs. ECS complies with all WA state age requirements for preschool through middle school. The ECS Board has final authority over registration and any issues should be directed first to the Principal.