ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
- Mrs. Lowe
Thank you for your interest in our school! Erial Community Church Christian School is committed to providing a quality education while exalting Jesus Christ. Our school provides a low student/faculty ratio and takes pride that we have utilized the award-winning A Beka Christian curriculum for more than thirty two years. This high-quality program of study is enhanced with classes in computer, music, physical education, and weekly chapel services that provide our students with opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. In addition, our facility boasts a growing library and a spacious and modern gymnasium as well as a caring and affordable after-school program for our working parents. We would be delighted to help equip your child with an excellent Christian education that will serve as a firm foundation for their future.
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.
Our Mission Statement
The main objective and purpose at ECCCS is to train students in the knowledge of God and the Christian way of life and to give our students an excellent education. The teachers of ECCCS realize their solemn responsibility before God to mold the life and character of each of their students in order to build a good foundation for each child's future. The administration and faculty at ECCCS demonstrate a loving concern for each child under their care.
ECCCS is a ministry of Erial Community Church.
While the foundation of Erial Community Church dates back to the Civil War, Erial Community Church Christian School is entering its 33rd year as a Nursery to 8th-grade school.
The school was founded in 1984 as the daycare center, God’s Little People, by three women; a nurse, a teacher, and an administrator. It was quickly apparent that there was a need for a school so in 1991, God’s Little People merged with Erial Community Church and opened its door as Erial Community Church Christian School.
After the first two students graduated kindergarten, the school expanded one grade per year until it eventually reached the 8th grade. In 1985, ECCCS became a member of the Garden State Association of Christian Schools and The American Association of Christian Schools.
The school continues to succeed with the use of the A Beka curriculum as we educate our students for eternity.