Montrose Christian School Christ-centered education for the glory of the Savior and the good of society

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More Than A School, A Community

Montrose Christian School (MCS) is a diverse caring community that seeks to shape a Christian worldview into students for the glory of God, for the good of humanity, and for the growth of each student.

Our school, established in 1977 as a ministry of Montrose Baptist Church, seeks to shape leaders and impact the world for Christ. MCS is a fully accredited Christian school characterized by faithfulness to the Word of God and excellence in all that we do.

Our education focuses on the development of the whole person: spiritually, intellectually, physically, and socially. From this we want students to learn to be good servants of God and humanity (Deuteronomy 6:5; Leviticus 19:18; Matthew 22:37-39): shaping leaders, impacting the world for Christ.

Academic Community
  • 2 out of 3 of our teachers hold advanced or post-graduate degrees.
  • We have teachers who have graduated from: The Johns Hopkins University, Duke University, Georgetown Medical School, Messiah College, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, etc.
  • For Seniors and Juniors, we offer Advanced Placement classes (AP Literature, AP European History, AP World History, AP Chemistry, AP Calculus, etc.).
Biblical Community
  • We are a ministry of Montrose Baptist Church.
  • We serve under the faithful leadership of our Pastor and School Chancellor, Dr. Ken Fentress.
  • All of MCS Administrators are faithfully members of Montrose Baptist Church.
Christ-centered Community
  • We are unapologetically Christian.
  • We believe and thereby faithfully preach God’s Word.
  • Our teachers are as much committed to academic development as they are to Christian character development.
  • We offer daily Bible classes and weekly chapel services for Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School students.
Diverse Community
  • Our student body contains students from every continent, except Antarctica.