The Southwest Chicago Christian Schools have a heritage of being a parent-run school that provides a Christ-centered education for students. For more than 100 years, our goal has remained the same - to provide an educational experience that is integrated with the Reformed understanding of the Christian faith. Moreover, we provide an education that challenges students to develop their gifts and talents so they can live a life of service to the honor and glory of God.
Parents who choose to send their children to SCCS believe in a Christ-centered education. That doesn't mean, however, that families must attend churches from the Reformed tradition. In fact, an increasing number of parents from other Christian churches are choosing SCCS for their children.
Today, SCCS serves nearly 1,000 students on three campuses in the communities of Oak Lawn, (Preschool-8th Grade), Tinley Park (K-8th Grade) and Palos Heights (Chicago Christian High School). Each school offers a broad educational program including core curricular subjects as well as Bible, art, music, computer, physical education as well as co-curricular activities. CCHS also offers classes in business and technology.