Thank you for your interest in Ezell-Harding Christian School, and welcome to the EHCS Admissions page. EHCS offers a college-preparatory curriculum for students age 2 through the twelfth grade. We believe that Ezell-Harding provides the excellent education and Christian environment you are seeking.
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At Ezell-Harding Christian School, all of our students are challenged spiritually and academically each day. Because of these high standards, our students excel in and out of the classroom. EHCS students can participate in Advanced and Advanced Placement classes, TSSAA Athletics and service projects in which they demonstrate their faith. Additionally, we are a 1:1 school with all of our students using the Google Chromebook or Dell Venue 10 Tablet.
As stated in our mission, Ezell-Harding Christian School is dedicated to helping each student realize the full potential God has prepared for him or her. EHCS is a special place where each students can prepare for their future on earth and for eternity.
“Sending my children to Ezell has been a wonderful opportunity. This was an answer to my prayers about finding a great school education-wise, that teaches Godly principals, in a multi-cultural setting! I tell everyone I know who is looking for a great Christian school about Ezell-Harding. Keep up the amazing work!!”
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To be considered for Pre-School, Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten, students must be 3, 4, or 5 years old, respectively, by August 15 of the year they plan to enroll.
After all documentation is submitted to the Admissions Office, the family will be contacted regarding upcoming new student admissions testing (grades 1-12) or new student screening (Pre-School, Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten)
Upon acceptance, a $125 fee and technology fee will be required to reserve a place for the student.
With a robust curriculum aimed toward critical thought and interdisciplinary processing, students from EHCS achieve much higher test scores than the state and national average.
On average, our elementary and middle school students test at double their grade equivalent on the standardized Stanford Achievement Test.
High school students complete their education with the opportunity to attain more than 30 hours of college credit through Advanced Placement and Dual-Enrollment courses; 33% of our most recent class earned college credit through these courses.
100% of graduates were accepted to accredited colleges, universities and other post-secondary programs.
Ezell-Harding Christian School is a profitable investment of time and tuition dollars. Private education comes with a sacrifice of time and finances, and Ezell-Harding students are seeing large returns on their families’ investment.
The 2015 senior class was awarded $1.84 million in scholarships to attend college or university study.
94% of them received scholarship.
100% of them were admitted to college.
Over the past ten years, at least one student from each graduating class has been selected as a National Merit and Achievement Finalist, Semifinalist, or Commended Scholar.
Ezell-Harding Christian School is committed to winning! Whether you excel in the classroom or kicking a field goal, hitting a jump shot or documenting the victory from behind a camera, playing a syncopated rhythm or singing Handel, Ezell-Harding can help you reach your goals.
Ezell-Harding Christian School boasts a well-developed competitive athletic department with state titles in nearly every TSSAA sport.
Our student athletes play Football, Soccer, Golf, Volleyball, Cheerleading, Bowling, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Tennis, and Track.
EHCS has won 24 TSSAA state championships in 7 sports
EHCS students don’t only compete on the field.
Student-athletes as well as non-athletes form the Champion Quiz Bowl team.
EHCS students compete in fine arts with choral and instrumental ensembles but also in mathematics and technology.
Faculty members are committed to lifelong learning within the disciplines they instruct. However, faculty relations do not only consist of instruction.
The teachers at EHCS show genuine interest in the students’ lives, personal growth and development.
Seen regularly at ballgames and fine arts events, the teachers at EHCS display their commitment to students through generous giving and mentorship.