School Profile

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Located in our brand-new facility on top of the beautiful hills of Pismo Beach, California, Coastal Christian School has been serving the Christian community for more than 40 years. Coastal Christian’s K-12 education is rooted in the eternal Word of God, and the Christian worldview is reflected in every activity of the school.  The school’s highly experienced faculty, staff, administration, and board are committed to a faith in Jesus Christ ensuring that our children are taught by people who are committed to the Lord and Biblical education.

Our teachers and classrooms provide a loving, nurturing, and challenging environment where each student is accepted and valued as child of God.  We partner with parents by providing quality academic education designed to develop students who will follow Christ, embrace Biblical truth and live lives that glorify God. Our goal as a school is to infuse Christ into everything we do. Our weekly chapel services include outdoor student-led music and worship overlooking the beautiful knolls of God’s creation here on the Central Coast.

Coastal Christian School focuses on the development of the “whole child” in regards to education and each student’s place in the family of God.  Our students’ daily life includes everything from technology classes to competitive sports programs, to fine arts and music.  We instill a humble service mentality by providing opportunities for students and staff to serve in our local community as well as across the globe with programs that help children in need.  Coastal Christian firmly believes that the total learning experience must be rooted not just in rigorous academics, but also in the development of technological skills and analytical thinking. Students learn a pattern for life built on the certainty of God’s Word and the confidence that they can do all things though Christ who gives them strength. (Phil 4:13)

I advise no one to place his child where the Scriptures do not reign paramount. Every institution in which men are not increasingly occupied with the Word of God must become corrupt. I am much afraid that schools will prove to be the great gates of hell unless they diligently labor in explaining the Holy Scriptures, engraving them in the hearts of youth.
— Martin Luther