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Please have your credit card ready to pay the FULL, half-off tuition on February 25, 2014.
Tuition voucher will be refunded if student is not accepted after application is submitted.
Eastside Christian School
Address: 1701 West Valencia Dr., Fullerton, CA 92833
Grades offered: K - 6, 7-8, 9-12
Tuition's Available: 2
Mission Statement: Our mission is to create a dynamic Christian environment, where students strive for excellence and are nurtured into well-rounded, caring, community leaders.
Info: Eastside provides opportunities for our K-12 students to learn and exercise leadership while investing in the community around us. As Eastside Christian School students grow to love the Lord with all their heart, soul mind and strength, they are supported and encouraged in their academic, spiritual, social and civic development. ECS students are daily “learning to lead, leading to serve.”
Our elementary program identifies a charity each month to support with time or money, including a local community center, CHOC, Ronald McDonald House, and a school in the slums of Mathare, Kenya. We have an organic garden on site for children to learn to care for the earth, as well. We provide a leveled math, science and reading program for upper elementary; as well as weekly academies for special interests. An extended day care program also offers enrichment programs for all elementary.
Our older students tutor at a local public school daily, serve dinner to homeless residents in our community weekly, participate actively in important organizations such as Easter Seals and Operation Christmas Child, and engage in Serve Days each semester when all staff and students serve together at a local charity or organization. We also offer a college prep program that includes athletics at all ages, and a commitment to address the needs of the whole child. ECHS students can take up to eight AP courses, and must meet graduation requirements that set a high standard for students. We also have many students who are provided services by the local public schools through their Individualized Service Plan.
Students are learning the science of aquaponics farming in grow beds on site, while they implement this sustainable food source, and practice serving our community with the harvest. Eastside is also offering a rigorous SAT prep Academy available after school. Students scores have increased up to 500 point through participation in this course. Open to the public, the academy classes run one day week at a reasonable cost.
Eastside offers a one-to-one technology program and uses the iPad2 in all instruction for junior high and high school students, teaching them to use technology as an academic tool and as a social opportunity. Introducing STEM lessons to build interest and excitement in science and math has allowed Eastside to foster problem solvers and creative thinkers at all levels, Kindergarten through 12th grade.
While Eastside’s commitment is to work in our community to make it better, we also recognize that our students and their parents are part of a family here. Our staff works with families and students from all ethnicities and socio-economic levels to create a broad, loving experience in education.
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*This is for tuition only, does NOT include registration, technology, yearbook, or sports.
Each tuition voucher is valid for the tuition cost for attendance at the specified school for the 2014-2015 Fall through Spring academic year (not including summer school). All other costs of attending the school, including books and supplies, uniforms, and fees to participate in sports or events, are not covered by the voucher and are the responsibility of the student and his or her parent or guardian. Only one voucher per school may be purchased or used by a household or family. Each voucher may only be used by a new student not enrolled or in the enrollment process at the specified school prior to February 25, 2014. Purchase of a voucher does not guarantee admittance for a student to the specified school, and the student must meet all school admission, attendance, and conduct requirements to enroll and attend throughout the school year. The voucher is not transferable, and may be used only by a family or household member of the purchaser. The voucher is not returnable or redeemable for cash, except if a school confirms to KFSH that a prospective student with a voucher completed all application requirements but was not admitted to the school, in which case upon request by the voucher purchaser KFSH will refund the cost paid to KFSH for the voucher. The voucher purchaser should consult with his or her tax advisor concerning the tax treatment of payment of tuition using the voucher.