Christian Unified Schools
Christian Unified Schools

Teaching students to think, learn, and live from a Biblical worldview

Spiritual Life

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.  Proverbs 22:6

At Christian Unified Schools, we endeavor to instill in each of our students the importance of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  The spiritual development of our young people goes far beyond weekly chapel services and Bible classes. 

From positive staff role models to practical lessons directly from the Word of God, our goal is that every student learn to actively pursue God's Will for his or her life. 

Our students come from dozens of Christian churches all over San Diego County, representing many different denominations.  Christian High School Bible teachers teach the truth of God's Word, which is the school's source of authority.  The goal is for these students to own their own faith and, in effect, to stop borrowing the faith of their parents

Chapel

All students go to chapel once a week.  Chapel speakers range from local youth ministers to special speakers.  At the Jr. and Sr. High level, outstanding speakers are brought in for the annual "Spiritual Emphasis Week," during which students attend chapel each day.  The CHS chapel worship is led by Patriot Praise, a worship team made up of talented student vocalists and instrumentalists.   Elementary chapel worship is lead by a very gifted staff member along with a praise team of older elementary students.

Service

From Kindergarten to seniors in High School, our students are encouraged to be involved in service to their school, church, community and to the world.  Opportunities to minister include student council and outreach programs at the elementary level; ASB in Jr/Sr High; school sponsored mission trips; etc.  Students are challenged by chapel speakers and encouraged to participate in their own home church short term missions opportunitites.

This spring, students from Christian High engage in annual Easter break missions trips.  The elementary schools participate in multiple outreach activities during the year including Operation Christmas Child, a pajama drive for Children's Hospital and letters to a military unit. 

At the Jr and Sr High level, community service is required.  Current freshmen perform 10 hours of community service during the school year, sophomores 15 and juniors and seniors 20.  Forms, a list of approved sites, and a calendar of events are found on the website under the community service tab in the High School menu.  Mrs. Nicole Uhland currently oversees the Patriot Servants program.

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High School Missions Trips

When Jason was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer in the summer of 2015, CHS was overwhelmed by Jason's testimony, his love for Jesus, and his love for his classmates.  The page linked from the title above allows those who didn't know Jason to hear his testimony from his mouth, and experience the blessing of hearing from this exceptional young man who wanted to live out the rest of his days in praise and as a living testimony to the love of Christ.  We miss you, Jay.   11/2015


Shadow Mountain Community Church Southern California Seminary Turning Point - Dr. David Jeremiah