School starts at 8:30 A.M. and dismisses each day
 at 2:45 P.M. (Grades K-3) & 3:00 P.M. (Grades 4-12)
There is a 30 minute drop-off and pick-up time allowance, 
after which day-care applies. 


Day Care is available from 6:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M.
Either A.M. or P.M.   - $100/month per family
Extended Hours 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. - $120/month per family
Maximum Hours 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. - $140/month per family


Tuition is an annual fee payable in 10 equal monthly installments due on the first day of each calendar month.


Grades K-5 $495/month              Grades 9-10 $595/month
Grades 6-8 $545/month              Grades 11-12 $645/month
Sibling on the standard program - $395/month

In addition to the standard program, the Special Needs Programs (S.N.P.) and Maximum Assistance Programs (M.A.P.) are designed to help students who are working far below grade level, have difficulty working independently, are in Special Education, have ADHD, or ADD. Extra staff persons work very closely with them to provide one-on-one tutoring, continual behavioral guidance, and supervision to assure that they stay on task.  All students must have manageable behavior.


Grades K-5 $695/month               Grades 9-10 $795/month
Grades 6-8 $745/month                Grades 11-12 $845/month
Sibling with special needs - $595/month


Grades K-8 $895/month
Grades 9-12 $945/month
Sibling on M.A.P $795/month

 A 2% discount is given to parents who elect to pay the full year's tuition in advance.  Ask about our Church Membership discount.

(Tuition prices are subject to change without notice. Please call and verify rates.)


     A one-time only $150 Registration fee  is due for all new students. Registration fees are non-refundable. A Student Activity fee of $350 is due each year for in-person students. It can be pro-rated for students starting in mid-year. This fee includes the issuance of a laptop or V-tech, use of materials, resource books, DVD's, computer software, Web-based content, audio materials, bus transportation to and supervision on field trips, sports events, and extra-curricular activities for the entire year.  Our fundraising is limited to our annual 4th of July Fireworks stand.

       Students entering the Accelerated Christian Education Program for the first time will be given a thorough Diagnostic Test for placement purposes only.  This test is not for screening students into or excluding students from the school.  It is given so that we can properly place students in the curriculum. We will give them assignments to fill in any gaps in their learning , or give them advanced work if appropriate.  The testing fee is $45 and is paid at the time of registration only once for new students.

Transportation is provided within a 5 mile radius.  One way = $50/month   Both ways = $100/month

Carson Christian School is on Central Avenue between Victoria Street and the 91 Freeway.

We have a chapel,


air-conditioned classrooms,


ample parking, and a playground with a full basketball court.


We also have state-of-the-art Wi-Fi capability for accessing our internet-based curriculum as well as for research.
Students are supplied with individual computers and given audio-visual lesson content.




Carson Christian School, established in 1983, has been one of the most successful schools in the Southland. Because of the self-motivating aspects of the curriculum, each student has the potential for success.

It is an individualized, 'no fail' program, allowing students to start at any time and work at their own level to master material, without being in competition with each other.  Teachers have no need to grade 'on a curve'.  The learning process here contains a safety net, so there are no D's or F's. Included is the opportunity for credit recovery.

The emphasis is placed on genuine mastery, rather than social promotions.  In the early grades, Phonics are introduced, producing a turnout of good readers.

Our highly qualified staff persons are selected for their teaching knowledge and their dedication to education and Biblical principles.

We also offer:
Responsibility Training
Educational and Recreational Field Trips
Organized League Sports
Work Scholarships when available

Uniforms are navy blue or black skirts or pants (jeans are allowed) and white polo shirts.  On Fridays, gray sweats are worn for P.E.

Lunch can be brought from home or purchased at school.  Food and snack prices range from 25 cents to $2.50, depending on the selection.  Teachers will assist young children with making purchases.  Other food options may be available on selected days.