We started a freshman class in the 16/17 school year – the pioneer class of Evansville Christian High School!  For the 17/18 school year, this class, as well as our second 9th grade class, will move in to our new, freestanding campus/facility on the northwest corner of Epworth Road and Lincoln Avenue.  The high school school day will be 8:20 a.m. – 3:20 p.m. with the campus open for students from 7:30 a.m. until 3:45 p.m. (with no charge).  For information on the facility and status of our fundraising, click here.

We are thankful that you would consider Evansville Christian High School as the organization to partner with in your child’s education.  We are a school committed to growth, service, and relationships that are rooted in the hoe we have been given through Jesus Christ.  Our culture, our courses, our outcomes – everything – is intentional.  The information and links below will give you a clear picture of the opportunities that your student can experience at ECHS.  As you review the information, please call to schedule a tour or to ask questions!

An ECHS student will graduate with the options of an Indiana Core 40 or Core 40 with Academic Honors diploma which will align with and exceed the requirements from the Indiana Department of Education.  Standard, honors, and AP courses will all be part of the ECHS experience.  High school course placement (for certain content and levels) will be determined based on current academic records, MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) test results, and parent/student/staff input.  All three pieces of data will help identify the best path to success for each student.

For ECHS Course and Credit Requirements, click here.

For ECHS Freshman Core Content Courses, click here.
For ECHS Sophomore Core Content Courses, click here.
For ECHS General and Directed Electives Courses, click here.

We understand that cost and affordability are important considerations and we are excited to confirm that the freshman classes in the 16/17 and 17/18 school years will receive a special pioneer tuition rate.  For those two classes, families will pay the same tuition as that year’s 8th grade students for all four high school years.  Further, as with current grades, high school students will be eligible for the State’s school choice/voucher programs as well as ECS Tuition Assistance.

For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, click here.

We encourage interested students/families to contact our office to arrange a tour, ask questions, and learn more about this next exciting chapter in God’s plan for ECS.