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Are you ready, Cougars?

Check your email, Cougars! All of the back-to-school information has been released. This special edition snapshot includes forms, dress codes, Cougar Cave information, and OHHHH so much more! There is a lot of information here too!

Back to School

Have a Great Summer, Cougars!

Wishing all our Cougars a safe and enjoyable summer break! As you relax and recharge, know that we’re already counting down the days until we see you again. Cougars, don’t forget your summer homework! 

Summer Homework

Learn More About CCS!

You can learn about our academics, arts, and athletics here on the website. We encourage you to click the button below to receive more information. You can also schedule a meeting so that you can ask all of your questions and get to know us better.

Learn More

CCS Overview

CCS was Founded in 1971
709 Total Enrolled Students
7 Major Accreditations & Affiliations
33% Diversity Rate
98% Graduation Rate 88% College Bound
25 Exceptional Fine Arts Programs
36 Honors & AP Courses
156 Churches Represented
Students Come From 44 Zip Codes
11 Athletic Programs


Cincinnati Christian Schools partners with Christian families to provide a Bible-centered, quality education for the whole person—spirit, heart, body, and mind. Our job is to provide a superior level of education as we equip, train, and disciple each student to follow Christ and impact culture.


Fine Arts

God created people in his image, and people possess the inherent desire to replicate the beauty of the Master Artist’s creation. The CCS Fine Arts Department cultivates and fosters the innate need for our students to create and make things of beauty through music, visual arts, and theater.

Fine Arts


CCS Athletics endeavors to build leaders with Christian character. We strive to impart upon our student-athletes integrity, sportsmanship, discipline, teamwork, self-sacrifice, and a willingness to be role players in the kingdom of God.


Student Spotlight!

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Carson Settimo & Carson Reed

Let’s give a round of applause to Carson Settimo, who has earned the prestigious title of valedictorian, and Carson Reed, our esteemed salutatorian for the class of 2024! Your dedication, perseverance, and academic excellence shine brightly, inspiring us all. Your accomplishments are a testament to your hard work and commitment to excellence. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition!

Matthew Quarry

Matthew participated in Asbury University’s All-Star Band intended for exceptional high school band students. He auditioned for chair placement and earned first chair of the first part in the clarinet section, making him the overall section soloist from a total of sixteen high schools! Amazing job, Matthew!

Tori Schneider

Tori qualified for and competed in the 500 freestyle at the state swimming competition! Way to go, Cougar! CCS is so proud of your hard work and dedication.

Robotics Teams

Congratulations to both of our robotics teams who placed first and second respectively at their recent competition! Both teams were invited to participate in the State competitions in March. Great job, Joel Brown, Kyran Brown, Aaron Carangi, Liam Faig, Carter Fulkerson, Carter Graves, Alexander Gutowski, Alexander Harris, Emma Kimberlin, Noah Meyers, Ajay Motter, Lissaury Paulino, Hadassah Romine, Madison Sidwell, Carson Veatch, Caleb Wilch, Mycah Wood, & Elizabeth Yeager!

David Padilla & Carson Settimo

Seniors, David Padilla & Carson Settimo received the Governor’s Merit Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded by the governor of the state of Ohio to students who qualify and are in the top 5% of their class. Congratulations, we see all the hard work and dedication you have both put into your education!

Seleste Brinker, Maya Hockney, Micah Molinuevo, Riler Romine, & Ella Woollard

Five CCS students participated in the recent JustWrite Ohio competition. Congratulations to Seleste Brinker, Maya Hockney, Micah Molinuevo, Riler Romine, & Ella Woollard who will all be moving on to the state competition! Seleste Brinker was #15 out of the 40 people in Division 2 (all juniors and seniors), and Ella Woollard was #14 in that same division. Also, Ella Woollard was one of only three Division 2 poetry winners! In addition, we had a few students who wrote the number #1 stories in their rounds, so there is a possibility they could get published in the anthology next year. Great job, Cougars!

Ben Theile

Ben Theile was accepted and participated in NKU’s New Orleans Style Brass Honor Band. This experience is only open to outstanding high school wind and drum players in the tri-state area. The goal of this workshop is to promote an important part of the history of American music. The workshop involved many hours of rehearsal and several hours of lectures, followed by a finale concert. He did a fantastic job!

Hadassah Romine, Caleb Wilch, & Laura Caplinger

Membean, an individualized, interactive vocabulary program, hosts annual national competitions. Last month they had a “Pseudoword” competition where students were challenged to use prefixes, roots, and suffixes to create their own “pseudoword” or fake word. They had to define their pseudoword and use it in a sentence as well.
Three of our freshmen, Hadassah Romine, Caleb Wilch, and Laura Caplinger, worked together to create “precentiphobia.” Their word means the fear of numbers less than one hundred. Not only did they place in the top 10, but they won 2nd place out of all the 9th-12th grade submissions, winning a $200 Amazon gift card! Congratulations!

Abigail Mathews

Each spring, 10,000 high school sophomores from across the country join one of HOBY’s 70 State Leadership Seminars to hone their leadership talents and apply them to become effective, ethical leaders in their homes, schools, workplaces, and communities. Their leadership programs are designed to prepare students to turn their ideas and goals into reality. Each program adheres to the five core HOBY values: Volunteerism, Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, and Community Partnership.
Congratulations to Abigail Mathews, for this year’s HOBY nomination from Cincinnati Christian Schools. Abigail wrote an outstanding essay on the importance of leadership. Thank you for reflecting Jesus in all you do!

Isaac Adamson

Please welcome our 2023–2024 6th grade student council president, Isaac Adamson! Isaac was elected by his peers to represent their voices and lead student council meetings.

Corbin Schaefer

Congratulations to our 2023–2024 5th grade student council president, Corbin Schaefer! Corbin was elected by K–6 students to help institute their ideas at student council meetings.