Character development through meaningful classwork and homework

K4-8th Grade Advanced Academics

3rd-8th Grade Electives and Extracurricular Activities

6th-8th Grade Advanced Pre-Algebra HS Algebra 1 and HS Geometry

7th-8th Grade Advanced HS Grammar

3rd-8th Grade Electives and Extracurricular Activities

Come join us for an unsurpassed learning experience from Kinder through 8th Grade!

Our four year olds all learn to read!

Cultivating Prayer and Leadership in Elementary through Junior High

First graders diagram sentences and read from the King James Bible!

Partnering with parents to provide a low cost, accelerated education emphasizing Bible knowledge, advanced phonics, writing and mathematics.

Serving grades K4 to 8th
Strickland Christian School logoWe salute you as parents who are committed to providing your child a quality Christian education and are willing to make the sacrifices necessary to transform your child’s mind and heart. (Rev. 3:20) Our mission is to equip students to be lovers of Jesus and His Word, to emulate Christ’s character, purpose and ministry so that they may truly be His instruments to a lost world.

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PSIA Awards 2021-2022


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Daily Bible Verse

And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst.


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Currently enrolling for the 2024-2025 school year


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About Strickland Christian School

Strickland School is dedicated to training children in godly character while providing them with the academic skills necessary to make them successful students and leaders in their communities.



Strickland Christian School offers Bible study appropriate for each grade level beginning with four year olds. Our goal is to produce children who love and obey God and His Word.

Strickland Christian School students on the playground

What Our Parents Say

“I was worried that my child’s needs were not being met in a public grade school. In public school, my child would go weeks without learning anything new. I wanted him to have more than just an average education.”