Inspired by excellence & innovation

We offer a wide range of high quality teaching and extra-curricular activities.

Because Virginia State Teaching Standards for reading, math, social studies, and science rank among the most rigorous academic standards in the nation, Clovis Christian Schools aligns our teaching with Virginia State Standards. Please reference the attached hyperlink as a reference for viewing these standards.

Clovis Christian Schools is jointly accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and AdvancED (, which is a rigorous process that requires CCS to meet 11 standards, including a continuous improvement standard. We commit to providing rigorous core academic classes and challenging electives. CCS is not a textbook-driven school that allows a selected textbook adoption by grade level or teacher to determine student-learning goals. Instead, we follow the Virginia Standards of Learning that reflect rigor and cultivate analytical thinking. All instructional materials or resources are evaluated and then selected with the sole purpose of effectively implementing and staying true to our challenging student learning outcomes.

No doubt our students will leave CCS capable of navigating the complex problems of today. Whether your student is beginning their education journey in Pre-K or ending it as a senior in high school, we are committed to preparing your student for a lifetime of academic success.



Our exceptional instruction begins with the youngest among us. CCS provides an exemplary early childhood and grammar school program, with the only 5-Star rated Pre-K program in eastern New Mexico.



In grades Pre-K through 4th, our students will hone their skills in Mathematics, Science, Social Studies/History, Language Arts, and Bible while learning about the world from a Christian, biblical worldview.


Middle School

We give our students the best instructional care possible. Our middle school students, 5th through 7th grade, encounter classes that build on their foundations of math, science, language arts, writing, reading, and more.


High School

In high school, our students are further challenged to think critically about the purpose and pursuit of learning, about the application of their lessons, and about their specific gifts and aspirations.