Thank you for your interest in Gaston Christian School. As our mission statement reads, “The mission of Gaston Christian School is to help students mature spiritually and excel academically by offering a Biblically integrated, college-preparatory program that will enable them to impact the kingdom of God by living productive Christian lives.” At Gaston Christian School you will discover a faculty and administration that puts all of education in a Christian perspective.
At these events, you’ll tour the campus, meet our teachers, coaches and administrators, hear from some of our students, watch classroom demos, and learn about all of our programs – from athletics to performing arts – all in one visit. They’re informative, exciting and fun!
If you’re unable to attend these events, we’d be happy to arrange a school day tour. To arrange a tour, please contact the school at 704-824-4128.
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*Aptitude and/or academic achievement in the average to above average range
*Age-appropriate development, socially and emotionally
*Amenable to instruction and correction
*Desire to attend Gaston Christian School
*Parents/guardians who are supportive of the school and its Statement of Faith, Philosophy Statement, and Mission Statement.
*Students entering Kindergarten must meet the minimum age requirement (age 5 on or before August 31st) and should show an overall readiness to begin school.
*Due solely to the limited resources of the school, we regret that we are not equipped to meet the needs of students who may require unique or specialized learning programs. If your student has an IEP or special learning plan, we will need complete documentation.
*Rarely are students admitted to the high school after the first four weeks of the school year.
*Rarely are students admitted for their senior year of high school.
Gaston Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, athletic, and other school administered programs.