Find Your Home. Find Your Community.
Christ-centered, student-focused, engaged learning
Small school. Big opportunities. Our school strives to teach students to know God and His world through Christ-centered education in order to serve Him in today’s society. We encourage students to use their God-given gifts in the classroom, in chapel, on the field, in the gym, on stage and more.
Diverse Student Population
Participation & Service Opportunities
Calvin Christian provides a wide range of learning experiences to develop student leadership skills and grow their heart for others.
Besides participating in after school activities such as drama, band, choir, and orchestra (which receive top ratings at competitions), students are also encouraged to fundraise, perform, and host social events through opportunities like student council and chapel teams.
Calvin Christian students are encouraged to get involved with service projects within the community through the Student Life Center, as well as participate regularly in volunteer opportunities. The GCCS staff is committed to integrating community-based learning opportunities into their curriculum. GCCS students are known to have classroom experiences all across the Grandville area – from cleaning up the shores of Buck Creek to learning about agriculture at local apple orchards.
GCCS offer a variety of experiences outside of the classroom such as:
CCHS offers a variety of classes for all types of learners such as AP, concurrent enrollment, Spanish Immersion, online and STEM courses are available on campus. Our 1:1 Chromebook program allows students to gain 21st century digital media literacy and to engage in meaningful projects that creates global connections around the world.
CCHS also offers a program called Ambassador High, focusing on community-based learning. This program allows students a complete education of core subjects 3 days a week, plus internships 2 days a week related to student interests.
CCHS has excellent Educational Support and Inclusive Educational specialists who strive to meet the needs of all students, while all teachers participate in a student support team that monitors all students’ progress and responds to their individual needs.