About Pella Christian
Pella Christian Schools is a parent run preschool – 12th grade system serving the students of Christian families on our two Pella campuses – Pella Christian Grade School and Pella Christian High School. Our long tradition of excellence began over 100 years ago . Today Pella Christian provides a Christ-centered, whole child education to over 750 students from 450 families representing over 70 Christian churches in South Central Iowa.
We want to help your student grow—academically, socially and emotionally, and most importantly, spiritually. In partnering with you as parents, as well as your church, we help provide a solid academic and spiritual foundation for your student. At Pella Christian Schools, we develop students’ God-given gifts and equip leaders for lives of service.
Our vision for each student is to cultivate discipleship habits and practices that both forms the learner and transforms God’s world around them. These Biblical characteristics include living our role in God’s story as image reflectors, community builders, God worshipers, justice seekers, earth keepers, order discoverers, beauty creators, creation enjoyers, truth seekers and servant workers.
Pella Christian Grade School and High School are Independently Accredited in the State of Iowa by our accrediting agency, Christian Schools International.
Pella Christian High School
Pella Christian High School educates and nurtures each student to serve in God’s world.
Pella Christian Grade School
Proclaiming the Lordship of Jesus Christ in all spheres of life and learning, Pella Christian Grade School, together with the parents, provides excellent academic training rooted in God’s infallible Word, challenging students to develop their individual God-given gifts for a life of service in God’s kingdom.
Pella Christian High School was recently named one of the Top 50 Christian High Schools in America.
Forbes.com ranked Pella as the third best city in the nation to live in based on the “best bang for your real estate buck in regards to public and private education.”
Based on the largest Christian education study ever conducted, The Cardus Survey suggests a summary of their findings: