Ambassador
Christian School

Ambassador Christian School opened its doors in 2013 as a high school and today serves grades 6–12. The school offers a variety of extracurricular activities, including athletics, speech and debate, worship team, computer club, student government, National Honors Society, yearbook and chapel art team. Additionally, students have the opportunity to partner with a faculty or staff member to create new clubs.


How does Ambassador Christian School support a healthy lifestyle for kids?

“As a Christian school, we believe a healthy lifestyle for students is motivated by God’s love. So we emphasize a real relationship with God and focus on building relationships with other students and faculty. We accomplish this through our Spiritual Formation program, which includes daily Bible classes, chapel services, volunteer opportunities, and school-wide events such as our annual retreat and our yearly mission trip to Mexico.”


How can parents best invest in their kids’ future success?

“We believe a private college prep Christian school is the best investment parents can make for their children. In addition to offering strong academics, Ambassador Christian provides all the soft skills (listening, speaking, writing and teamwork) for students to be successful as adults. Our emphasis on mentoring students and the family atmosphere on campus is the key to our success and the success of our students.”


What trends are shaping the field of education today?

“Ambassador Christian students gain admissions to Ivy League and other universities around the world. We are seeing more students interested in a double major in college, so they take dual-credit college courses in high school. Students with a double major have a more likely chance to earn high wage jobs in the future.”


What makes your teachers the best in the business?

“Ambassador teachers are the best in the business because of their passion for students and their training. All Ambassador teachers are experts in their field and trained in the Harkness method—a discussion-based teaching method that allows students to participate in guiding the conversation. Our teachers dedicate their extra time, free of charge, to help students on a one-on-one basis. Recent alumni Madison Dunn said it best when he remarked, ‘Nowhere else have I ever felt so loved and cared for by teachers. The faculty and staff are an amazing family.’”


What are your goals for 2021?

“We are excited about new programs for students including internships, research projects, new athletic facilities and music programs. Our goals include growing these new programs and meeting the social and emotional needs of students returning to in-person classes full time.”