We're Striving for 3rd place

#1-Family | #2-Church | #3-School
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An ally for your family preparing the next generation of faithful followers of Christ


Class Size

Our small class size allows us to give more individualized attention to not only the academic needs but also the behavioral, emotional, and spiritual needs of our students.


Local Churches Represented

Church participation is vital part of our “3rd Place” strategy. Our student body represents a large number of local churches in our area. A Pastor’s Reference of church participation is a required part of the Admissions Process. 

Years In

Ridgeview Christian School was founded in 1976 out of the burden of the members of Ridgeview Baptist Church to provide a school that had a distinctly Christian environment.


"The fact that the Word of God is the foundation for all that happen is something I treasure"

– Elementary parent

“The teachers are interested in my child and his abilities I don’t worry about what my child is learning or his environment while I am working”

– Elementary parent

“I know that what I am teaching my child at home and what he hears at church are being confirmed at school”

– Elementary parent

“We’re very grateful for the RCS and consider it a privilege to be part of the RCS family”

– High School Parent

“The third place strategy is of huge importance to our family! It takes family, church and school to properly support, teach, mold and prepare our children”

– Hish School Parent

The Plan

Step 1

Request Information

Step 2

Submit Application

Step 3

Complete Admission Process

Step 4

Receive Final Acceptance

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Ridgeview Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.