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Christian High School is located in northern O’Fallon, Missouri.
Our school day starts at 8:00am and ends at 3:00pm. 

Christian High School is a place where students discover their talents, what motivates, and what inspires them. During the high school years, our students make deep connections with their teachers and their peers. They become part of a tight-knit community committed to learning and serving God. Our high school curriculum includes everything you would expect in a private high school – literature, history, biology, chemistry, physics, calculus, and language, as well as numerous Advanced Placement, and dual-credit college courses. Innovative electives, experiential components, and technology bring the material to life and motivates students. Smaller classes encourage continual interaction, sharing of ideas, and allows teachers to establish a real rapport with each student.  

 

Thoughts from our High School Principal
Education is not limited to formal schooling or traditional academic pursuits. No one ever arrives at the end of education; it is a lifelong journey for all. CHS, then, is a piece of each student’s education, not the whole. We are privileged to be able to teach and learn in a formal school environment where the faculty and staff seek to elucidate the fingerprints of God from the complexities of their various academic disciplines, build growing relationships with students inside and outside the classroom, and ultimately aid each student in identifying and eventually realizing his or her unique God–given strengths and abilities. 
 
Time invested at CHS is an education for life rather than simply more schooling. This requires that we develop not only their academic and cognitive skills or their various gifts and talents, but also cultivate the heart, the core of their character and disposition that will have significant impact on their ability to navigate the world around them. Aristotle’s words are as true today as they were when stated, “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” 
 
It is my prayer that God uses each student’s experience at CHS in the scope of that student’s larger education to draw the student toward a closer relationship with God. 
 

Warren Aldrich  
CHS Principal