Tabernacle Christian School strives to continually raise the bar in regards to our students' education and academic performance. Using the Stanford Achievement test, a nationally recognized tool for objective measurement of student achievement, TCS is able to prepare students for a smooth academic transition from grade to grade or school to school. Students at TCS consistently test above their grade levels. A wide range of subjects are taught, including: reading, mathematics, language arts, science, social studies, music, religion; as well as elective subjects such as technology, Spanish, and physical education. Our curriculum includes traditional Christian educational materials from A Beka Book and Association of Christian Schools International materials, and the world's leading elementary educational publisher, Pearson Scott Foresman resources, among several other recognizable educational publishers.
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Spiritual Life at TCS
TCS students are taught about Jesus through the King James Version of the Holy Bible and the Positive Action Bible curriculum. Bible classes are taught daily and students are taught the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag, the Christian Flag, and to the Bible. Tabernacle Christian School is based on the infallible Word of God, and the Christian interpretation of the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Students of TCS are provided the educational skills necessary to sustain and defend a Christian worldview. The values of Tabernacle Christian School are scriptural ideals that guide all areas of school life.
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Tabernacle Christian School is currently enrolling for the next school year. Students at TCS consistently score above their grade level in standardized testing, learn the skills necessary to lead a Christian lifestyle, and excel at all aspects of academic life. TCS is a member of both AdvancEd and ACSI and accredited through SACS/CSSI.
For more information about our curriculum, extra curricular activities, and enrollment guidelines, read our Admissions page.