7350 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, Ohio 45014
Christ-Centered Education Cincinnati Christian Schools is living out its purpose everyday by providing an extraordinary learning environment in partnership with our Christian families; teaching and encouraging our students to serve Christ in all they do in order to impact their culture in which they live.
Preparing students for future success Our balanced and thorough academic program lays the groundwork for outstanding achievement in college, career, and beyond. More than that, our students discover their purpose as creative thinkers and servant-leaders within the world. CSS students become informed and transformed.
The Right Choice We believe your child is the most important gift you’ll ever receive, and their education, the most important gift you’ll ever give. We invite you to consider CCS as your partner in that endeavor.
Developing well-rounded student-athletes The mission of Cincinnati Christian Schools' Athletic program is to enrinch the spiritual lives, develop the social and moral character, and enhance the physical skills of our students by means of a competitive athletic program, administered in a loving and caring Christian environment.
Fine Arts Our Fine Arts program is designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the visual and performing arts and develop skills necessary to not only pursue further training in the Arts but to use them to minister to others.
Helping you in your journey CCS is dedicated to growing our students’ love for Christ by teaching and reinforcing Christ’s example to “live out” our faith.
Children: Daniel (CCS ’31) & Edith (CCS ’35)
Education: Bachelor in Early Childhood Education and Special Education, Wittenberg University. Masters in Teacher Leadership, Wright State University. LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) Trained, American College of Education.
Profession: First-grade teacher
Strengths Sara brings to the board: Sara has been teaching for over 20 years and has a vast knowledge of curriculum, behavior supports, and interventions. Most of Sara’s professional career has been in special education, serving families and children who are dealing with disabilities that impact their learning. She now teaches at Deer Park Community School District as a first-grade classroom teacher, staying updated on research and science regarding education, especially in the areas of reading and math. Sara hopes to bring a Bible-focused and highly competitive education to all CCS students so that they can enter higher education, the work world, or as a homemaker, being centered in Christ and able to reach their fullest potential.
Whenever Sara has a day off from her teaching job, she can be found at her own children’s school, volunteering and hanging out with the children God has blessed her to lead. Sara loves to cook and garden. Sara is very passionate about children and yearns to serve them in a holistic manner.
Personal testimony: I was raised as an only child in a loving Christian home. My father was a political refugee from Lebanon, and my mother was a Cincinnati-born and raised girl. Growing up in rural Ohio and attending church every Sunday was an integral part of the foundation for my beliefs in family, country, and God. The earlier half of my life was tumultuous as a Christian. I believed wholeheartedly but didn’t always follow God. In my early twenties, my father became terminally ill. Soon after his passing, my mom became sick. My father’s passing of cancer was fast, but my mother’s was more than a decade-long battle. Having gone through this experience, I learned to lean into God and trust him more than myself. I am now able to witness about these principles to others. I also see God’s miracles and blessings clearer than I did before. I still stumble and admit my sins, but I strive to show God’s love daily to all people. Today, whenever I feel led astray by the enemy or my own free will, I pray for the Holy Spirit to guide me through so that I am making the best decisions for God’s will, not mine.