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Welcome and thank you for your interest in East Cobb Christian School! Serving as a ministry of East Cobb Presbyterian Church since 1987, we are a five day a week K-8 school providing a child honoring educational program committed to inspiring the next generation to be life-long learners. As you explore educational options in our community, I trust you find our school to be an educational environment that embraces its mission to partner with parents not only to teach the minds of their children, but also to reach their hearts with the love, grace and wonder of God.

As you learn more about our curriculum and philosophy, I believe you will see the difference a living education can make for your child. The truth of God’s word and the teachings of Charlotte Mason form the guiding principles upon which our school stands. As communicated in Colossians 2:3, we believe that “In Christ are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” Our curriculum leads our children to explore God’s rich and beautiful creation in the context of a knowledge and relationship with our Creator. This living curriculum helps our children learn not only the “what” but, just as importantly, the “so what”.  

Because we believe that parents are the primary educators of their children, we take seriously the opportunity to come alongside of you in raising life-long learners. In addition to a rich learning experience for our students, we esteem and call parents into a high level of involvement in the life of the school. If you are intrigued and would like to take the next step in learning more about this unique educational alternative here in the heart of East Cobb, we would welcome you to contact us. We would count it a privilege to answer any questions you may have or set up a tour for you to see first-hand our school in action.
 
In His Service and Yours,

Billy Creech
Head of School
                                                                                            

 

“The question is not, -- how much does the youth know when he has finished his education -- but how much does he care? And about how many orders of things does he care? In fact, how large is the room in which he finds his feet set and, therefore, how full is the life he has before him?” ― Charlotte Mason (School Education, p.170-171)