Christian fellowship school has been educating children since 1981
Established in 1981, CFS provides a college preparatory, Christ-centered education to over 380 students from Pre-K to 12th grade. CFS students represent over 35 church congregations in the Columbia area.
CFS teachers and programs are intentional in helping students grow and develop, not just academically, but also in character and spiritual life. To this end, the school’s instructional goals and extracurricular activities are designed to train students in three primary areas: Knowledge, Faith, and Character. All of this is done in a community of grace where students are known and loved.
CFS students are regularly recognized for their academic and athletic achievements. Over 90% of CFS graduates continue their education and have been accepted at over 90 different colleges and universities with many receiving outstanding scholarships.
Rebecca Lewis Wins Literary Contest: Scholastic Publishes Her Book!
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Lizzy's Walk of Faith brings community together in hope for cancer cure
With fog rolling over the lake and cool air producing goosebumps, hundreds of people gathered with one focus this fall morning: supporting childhood cancer research and honoring those affected by it.
Lizzy Wampler lost her fight to cancer in 2018, but she encouraged us to not lose faith and to help find a cure, so others will not have to fight this battle as she did. In her honor, the Wampler family and friends have started Lizzy's Walk of Faith Foundation. This found ... read more
CFS Families Making A Difference
If Julia Chisholm could do one thing to make Columbia a better place to live, she would provide better access to affordable medications and incentives for wellness.
Family Ties Run Deep
Michael Aslanidis’s family is the driving force behind everything he does. In fact, it’s his family that got him where he is today, but specifically, his grandfather, Gus.
CFS MISSION STATEMENT
Christian Fellowship School will provide
quality Christian education
in a community of grace
where students are known and loved.