The staff of Eastside Christian School is committed to providing an outstanding academic education that is distinctly Christian in its framework, methodology, and atmosphere.

It is our firm belief that absolute truth does exist and is found exclusively in the Bible. With this as our foundation, the staff at ECS is dedicated to instructing from a Christian worldview and integrating the principles of the Christian faith into each academic subject and co-curricular activity.

Overall, the spiritual ministry of ECS is characterized by these primary attributes:

Relational – Our staff and faculty invest deeply in our students. They get to know them personally, recognizing their strengths and encouraging them in their areas of growth.

Applicable – We strive with great intentionality to make God’s Word relatable to everything our students are involved in.

Enjoyable – Our goal is to create an atmosphere in which following Christ and pursuing a deeper relationship with Him is enjoyable. Children possess a natural enthusiasm that we endeavor to nurture, especially in terms of their faith. Our teaching, chapels, and one-on-one interactions are intended to reflect the positive nature of God’s love for all of us.

Parents consistently mention that one thing they like best about ECS is the Christ-centered education their children receive, and the spiritual growth they experience, by being a part of our Christian community.

ECS tuition affords your child and family a learning community that is first and foremost Christ-centered.  Our teachers gather together every morning for devotional time in God’s word and corporate prayer, a practice that carries over to the classroom as they lead their students in Bible study, memorization, prayer and worship. Teachers weave their faith in Jesus into every subject and challenge their students to academic and personal excellence as children of God. The joy of Christian fellowship is evident in our relationships between staff, students, and parents.  As we recognize and experience Christ’s love and forgiveness ourselves, we are compelled to foster caring and nurturing relationships at school and in our families, which spills over in acts of love and service to our community.


Rev. Daniel Rogers
Director of Spiritual Life