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The Partnership

We take our role seriously when it comes to our responsibility in the development of children into Godly men and women who serve Christ.  We challenge all Coastal Christian School teachers and students alike to make a difference for Him, and this lifelong training is something that can only be done in partnership with parents.

Desiring to strengthen the work parents have begun in their homes, we join moms and dads on the path toward life-long learning.  We recognize that the Holy Spirit distributes many different types of gifts (1 Corinthians 12:4), and we welcome parents to use their talents at Coastal Christian School – in the classroom, during sporting events, at fundraising events, and more.

Research demonstrates that parent involvement in schools directly correlates to student achievement.  Coastal Christian School encourages parent volunteers and gives them many opportunities to plug into life at our school. From classroom support to assisting with school events to chaperoning field trips, parents are a key part of our program.  It is truly an honor and privilege to partner with you educating His children and enabling them to be the light of the world.

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” - Proverbs 22:6

"The teachers here are really unique and show us Christ's love in the way that they teach. We are always reminded to love our neighbors & friends as ourselves and that we are all created in God's image."


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Coastal Christian School
1005 N. Oak Park Blvd.
Pismo Beach, CA 93449

Phone Line 1: (805) 489-1213

Fax: (805) 489-5394

Email: info@ccspismo.com

Our Vision

The vision of CCS is to exalt Jesus Christ in every venue of education while proclaiming His truth, knowledge, love, and wisdom to transform minds and hearts to glorify God.

Our Mission

The mission of CCS is to partner with parents in preparing students to serve God in all of life by providing excellence in the spiritual, academic, social, and physical aspects of education.